2010 Archives
Lead from lone faucet at La Sal School
An unused water faucet at La Sal Elementary School tested positive for high lead content in a recent water quality test. The test results set off a series of additional tests and resulted in cappin...
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Students advance to National History Fair
Two groups of local students earned awards in the Utah History Fair on April 16. Kaia Jay, Esperanza Lee and Kami Atcitty (above) took first place in the junior division for a documentary on The Lo...
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Bears Ears / PLI contrasts are stark
The future of the Cedar Mesa / Bears Ears area is uncertain as the clock ticks toward the end of the Obama Administration.
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Cottonwood Steakhouse reopens for the season
April Fools – Not! Cottonwood Steakhouse reopened its doors on April 1 and began their 21st season in Bluff.
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Bear hunt
Hunters took this enormous bear in San Juan County on April 10 during the Utah spring bear hunt. While the final measurements on the bear are still uncertain, the hunters are certain that it will e...
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MHS baseball
The Monticello High School baseball team has a good start to the season and excitement is growing for a successful junior varsity team. Team members include: (top row, left to right) Head Coach Ste...
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San Juan County files Voting Rights countersuit
San Juan County has filed a countersuit in the ongoing legal battle over voting rights in the county. The countersuit was filed on March 31, 2016 by San Juan County Clerk John David Nielson and Com...
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Commissioners hear report on tourism promotion
The San Juan County Commission meeting on April 5 covered a lot of ground, including tourism development, fixing roads, dog control, and a resolution to approve $1.5 million in lease revenue bonds ...
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Bears Ears National Monument designation disastrous for Utah grassroots Navajos
Trusting the federal government has historically resulted in broken promises for Native Americans. As a Diné/Navajo woman, a resident of San Juan County and Commissioner, I speak in behalf of my co...
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San Juan baseball splits Region series with Emery
The San Juan Bronco baseball team split a pair of region games with the Emery Spartans. On the road in Castle Dale, UT on April 5, the Broncos picked up an 8-2 win over the Spartans.
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101 Ways is on the way!
We need some help! The annual San Juan Record visitor’s guide, 101 Ways to Experience San Juan County, will go to print in a few weeks, and we are seeking input into what adventures to include.
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San Juan River Bridge renamed to honor fallen hero
A picturesque little bridge crossing the San Juan River at Mexican Hat has been renamed to honor a fallen local war hero. The Jason R. Workman Memorial Bridge is the new name of the bridge on Highw...
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MHS Prom royalty
The Monticello High School Junior Prom was April 1. After a promenade at the high school, the remainder of the prom was held at the Hideout Community Center. Members of the royalty are: (left to ri...
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Blanding Council concerned about commission districts
The ramifications of the lawsuit between San Juan County and the Navajo Nation was just one of the many topics discussed at the Blanding City Council meeting held March 29.
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Prom, blossoms and the dance of threatened species are signs of Spring
So, you want to know how you can know for certain that Spring is upon us?  Us San Juaners know that the weather isn’t a reliable indicator. 
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