New presidency in Blanding
A new presidency was named on May 15 to lead the Blanding Utah Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Alon Pugh (center) is the new stake president. He will be assisted by counci...
EMS week: Called to care
Take this week to thank an EMS worker in your town. In 1973, President Gerald Ford authorized a week to celebrate Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel and the important work they do. This is ...
Bees, hives, taste of honey
Utah, the Beehive State, adopted the symbol of the beehive onto its state flag and seal in 1847; representing the qualities of industry, perseverance, thrift, stability, and self-reliance.
San Juan School District 2016 graduates
Monticello High School Graduation Wednesday, May 25 at 7 p.m. San Juan High School Graduation Thursday, May 26 at 5 p.m. Monument Valley High School Graduation Friday, May 27 at noon Whitehorse Hig...
What we’ve learned so far
Sorry for the little hiatus. I am a mother, and sometimes mothering gets……chaotic. Speaking of motherhood, it isn’t inaccurate to say that I spend most of my waking and bits of my sleeping hours ag...
The San Juan High School softball team plays in the 2A tournament this week in Spanish Fork. The first game of the tournament is a replay of the 2015 championship game, with the Broncos facing the ...
New business in Monticello
Monticello’s newest business is Hometown Stitching. Located at 40 East 200 South, Hometown Stitching offers sewing classes, alterations, and crafting supplies.
Potato casserole for any need
A funeral is a time of sorrow, the passing of a family member, friend, neighbor that grips the mind and heart with deep sadness. Usually the reasoning is that this person is missed; no longer can h...
MHS performs well at State Drama
Millie Boyle and Joe Fellmeth earned top honors at the 1A state drama competition on April 22 in Richfield, UT. Their pantomime, Awkward Junior High Dance, was named the top pantomime in the state....