2010 Archives
Upward Bound announces local food drive
The Upward Bound (UB) program is in full swing this summer at USU Eastern – Blanding Campus. Sixty students stay on campus to take high school and college prep classes as a bridge for the upcoming ...
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A root on me
It was a hot Saturday afternoon, and I was in the yard pulling, chopping, hoeing, and raking weeds.
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Sec. Zinke to make Bears Ears recommendation
Saturday, June 10 is the deadline for Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke to issue a recommendation on Bears Ears National Monument.
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Cheryl Bowers named to Blanding City Council
Cheryl Bowers was sworn in as councilwoman to the Blanding City Council on May 30. She will fill Trevor Olsen’s vacant seat after Olsen resigned in May. Bowers will fill his seat until January, 201...
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Sheriff to appear July 25
A July 25 initial appearance is scheduled in Seventh District Court in Monticello in the case of criminal charges brought against San Juan County Sheriff Eldredge, Chief Deputy Alan Freestone, and ...
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Local teacher earns fellowship
Lynda Boyle, a teacher at Monticello High School, has been awarded a James Madison Fellowship by the James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation of Alexandria, VA. A total of 53 fellowships were a...
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Bears Ears review by Sec. Zinke is due Saturday
On June 5, I had an interview with Austin Cope at KSJD radio in Cortez about the Bears Ears National Monument.
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Need timely resolution to Sheriff, deputy charges
A cornerstone of our civilization is the assumption that we can trust our law enforcement officials, prosecutors, and the judicial system.
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Trades in Sports Shorts for a white shirt
After 13 years of writing the weekly Sports Shorts column for the San Juan Record, Scott Boyle and his wife Cassie have moved on to bigger and better (and farther) things. The Boyles enetered the M...
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Monticello City Manager resigns
The City of Monticello is looking for a new city manager after Ty Bailey announced he is leaving the community. Bailey, who has served as Monticello City Manager since January, 2015, accepted a pos...
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Educator named interim school leader
Ron Nielson has been named to lead the San Juan School District for the next year. Nielson was appointed to be the interim superintendent by the San Juan School Board after a special school board m...
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Whitehorse graduates

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Annual visitors guide released
School is out, the weather is great and summer has begun! The San Juan Record is delighted to release the fourth annual 101 Ways to Experience San Juan County.
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Monument Valley graduates

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Biased survey found predetermined outcome
In August, 2016 The Pew Charitable Trust (Philadelphia, PA) hired the Benenson Strategy Group to conduct a survey asking questions about Bears Ears National Monument. This was approximately four mo...
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