2010 Archives
Monticello Council rescinds political sign ordinance
Campaign signs are sprouting up around Monticello after the City Council rescinded an ordinance that restricted signs to 45 days before an election.
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Flipping Flea Market to invade Monticello
The Flipping Flea Market is set to invade Monticello this weekend in the second annual version of events sponsored by the Monticello Rotary club.
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County resident fifth in Navajo Nation primary
San Juan County resident Kenneth Maryboy finished fifth in the August 27 primary election for Navajo Nation president.
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Final section of trail carved out
The final section of trail at the Monticello Mill Tailings site was recently carved out by the helpful youth and leaders of the Monticello Fourth Ward Boy Scouts. Only a few places on the new mount...
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Bucks win big over Raiders, 68-6
Monticello’s big 68-6 win over the Whitehorse Raiders on August 29 gave new Buckaroo coach Art Adair his first head coaching win and puts the fifth ranked Buckaroos back in the 1A limelight.
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San Juan rolls past Piedra Vista 35-8
I took six weeks last season for San Juan to accumulate 75 points. Through two weeks of play the Broncos have already topped that mark (79) scoring 35 points against the visiting Piedra Vista Panth...
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Local artist likes to paint “from life”
A few people are born great artists. And some people work very, very hard to become better artists. Richard Russell has done both. “Painting is,” he says (in humble understatement), “just a part of...
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School district has completed nearly $37 million in capital projects at local schools since new program began in 2007
The San Juan School District has completed nearly $37 million in capital projects in the eight years since voters approved a voted leeway program to help fund the projects.
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Newspaper Rock 10K will add optional 26K trail run
Get your running shoes (or walking shoes) ready! The eighth annual Newspaper Rock 10K race, set for October 11, will feature a few new twists this year. In addition to the eighth year of the specta...
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Broncos beat Bucks 44-7 in opener
The first game of the 2014 football season is in the books after the San Juan Broncos defeated the Monticello Buckaroos, 44-7, on August 22 in Monticello.
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How are your tomatoes doing?
A blight of some sort has wreaked havoc among tomatoes throughout the county, but primarily in the Blanding area. In Monticello, a swarm of aphids caused some problems with the downtown flower pots...
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Torrential rains drench area, contribute to oil spill
Torrential rains in the past weeks brought more than two inches of precipitation to many areas of San Juan County and contributed to an oil line break in the Aneth oil field.
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Monticello Elementary starts new year with a new school

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New police chief in Blanding
Lloyd Watkins is the new Chief of Police in Blanding. Watkins’ hiring was unanimously approved at the August 12 meeting of the Blanding City Council.
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Routine call becomes search and rescue near Goosenecks
A routine call to law enforcement turned into a search and rescue effort on August 12 near Mexican Hat.
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