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San Juan High School science teacher is 2019 Teacher of the Year
Jamie Carling, a Science teacher at San Juan High School, is the 2019 Teacher of the Year for the San Juan School District. Carling was honored for her work at a March 4 banquet.
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Commission approves four new policy resolutions
In a continuation of the trend of setting policy through resolutions, the San Juan County Commission approved four new resolutions at their March 5 meeting.
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San Juan High School Prom Royalty
The 2019 San Juan High School Junior Prom was held on Saturday, March 2. Royalty includes: King Kade Francom and Queen Tyler Shumway, First Attendants Staten Perkins and Hayley Shumway, Second Atte...
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Blue Mtn Entertainment presents Extasis March 19
Extasis Argentinean Tango Trio is sure to thrill the local audience with exotic and gorgeous music on Tuesday, March 19 at the Monticello High School auditorium.
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Spring sports underway at San Juan
Mother Nature has put forth some impressive effort to delay spring and along with it spring sports at San Juan High. But even she could not stop the Broncos. With snow still on the diamonds and a f...
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2019 spring sports set to kick off
With the Monticello High School winter sports season officially in the books and many athletes relaxing on Spring Break this week, we take the time to look ahead to the imminent spring sports seaso...
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Extended Fridays will make up school snow days
Extended Friday schedules will be used to make up the two days lost to bad weather in the San Juan School District.
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Construction of Bluff school is underway
Construction of the long-anticipated, $10 million elementary school in Bluff is finally underway. On February 26, students, teachers, district staff, and community members gathered on a dirt lot ju...
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San Juan County moves out of severe drought
My son, Samuel, has a neat trick. His hair is curly, and it tightens on his head just before we get some precipitation. Conversely, when it’s going to be dry, his hair is relatively straight. A wee...
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Oil spill reaches San Juan
In the past week, a six-inch diameter transfer line northwest of Montezuma Creek began leaking crude oil and produced water into Bucket Wash. The wash, which is usually dry, was flowing with snowme...
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Whitehorse and Monument Valley girls conclude successful basketball seasons
The Whitehorse High School girls basketball team hasn’t experienced much recent success at the annual 1A state tournament in Richfield.
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Monticello basketball competes at State: boys finish seventh, girls battled hard
Every season, every team starts the year with certain goals and expectations. The sequential goals for the Monticello boys basketball team this season were to win a region title followed by a state...
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Oil and gas leases fund CIB programs
Oil and gas leases on federal land have helped fund more than $58.8 million in projects in San Juan County since 2010.
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New Blue Mountain Shadows explores food
When it comes to “What’s Cookin’?” both necessity and available ingredients have always dictated the end results of human consumption.  The new winter issue of Blue Mountain Shadows explores cultur...
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Earthquake may have been triggered by brine injection at Paradox Valley Salinity Control Facility
A magnitude 4.5 earthquake on Monday, March 4 shook San Juan County and shook up a number of residents. The earthquake was recorded at 10:22 a.m. on Monday. The epicenter of the quake is two miles ...
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