2010 Archives
Hole In The Rock Foundation seeking to buy Bluff Transfer Station from County
Less than one month after the operating hours at the Bluff Transfer Station were cut in half, the San Juan County Commission is considering a proposal that could shut it down completely.
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Monticello Council sells bulk plant property
The sale of land at the old Woody’s Bulk Plant was the first order of business at the April 11 meeting of the Monticello City Council.
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Blanding discusses ongoing wellness center issues
Upkeep and funding of the San Juan Wellness Center in Blanding is an ongoing issue. The topic was discussed at the April 11 meeting of the Blanding City Council.
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Blue Mtn Entertainment Spring Gala is April 24
Blue Mountain Entertainment welcomes everyone to attend, free of charge, the annual Spring Gala, featuring local talent, on Monday, April 24 at 7 p.m. in the Monticello High School auditorium.
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Bucks have depleted teams in mid-season
With depleted teams once again, the Buckaroo boys and girls track teams competed in the 2017 Carbon High Invitational on April 11 with good results.  With many juniors and seniors in Washington D.C...
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School District meets with La Sal Elementary parents to discuss future of school
Nearly 20 parents and concerned residents of La Sal met at La Sal Elementary School on April 12 to discuss the future needs of the school. 
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BLM moves to open portions of Recapture Canyon
Portions of Recapture Canyon will be opened to motorized traffic in a decision announced on April 10 by U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke.
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County prosecutor considers charge in case involving cattle harassment on Lime Ridge
Prosecutors are considering charges of criminal mischief against two residents of Durango, CO for intentionally cutting off access to water for a herd of cattle in San Juan County.
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Easter services set at local churches
The Easter season means many things in San Juan County. In addition to local residents, there are a large number of visitors to the area, and they will be able to participate in Easter services at ...
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Bucks drop 3 to Spartans
The Buckaroo baseball team stayed winless in Class 2A East baseball after three losses to the Emery Spartans last week.  The Bucks, 0-6 in region play and 5-9 overall, lost both games of a double-h...
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2017 STEAM Expo
Hundreds enjoyed the STEAM Expo at Utah State University - Eastern in Blanding on April 6
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Bluff Founders Day celebration
Bluff Founders Day and Frybread Festival held April 8, 2017.
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The charm of a barn
If a barn could speak, what secrets and stories would it reveal? Surely it would tell of the birthing of a calf or foal; the death of a long milked cow or well ridden mare.
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Dirt work about to begin for new Bluff Elementary School, concerns over archaeology persist
After years of preparation, construction work is set to begin at the site of the new $6.5 million Bluff Elementary School. The San Juan School District purchased the 12.5-acre property in 2015. Loc...
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Rare historical photos digitized for public use
The Utah Division of State History has made publicly available a new collection of rare photographs of southern Utah from 1890 to 1912.
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