August 2007
Blanding gets $1 million to expand water treatment facility
The City of Blanding has been awarded a United States. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development loan for $266,000 and grant of $750,300 totaling $1,016,300, to fully fund the Blanding wat...
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Summer and San Juan County Fair culminates with full week of events
The 2007 San Juan County Fair culminates this week with a full schedule of activities. “We’re really revin’ in 2007” is the theme of the fair. More than 50 volunteers, led by fair manager Anna Thay...
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New state-of-the-art CT scanner
A Community Impact Board (CIB) grant approval in April was the springboard for the July installment of a new state-of-the-art multi-slice Commuted Topography (CT) scanner at San Juan Hospital. The ...
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Registration set at area schools
Believe it or not, but the beginning of the school year is just around the corner. Registration at schools will take place in the next few days. Registration at ARL Middle School is August 6-8 from...
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New faces, procedures
New faces, new procedures, new equipment, new changes; that’s what’s on the forefront for San Juan Health Services District. Dr. Curtis Black, San Juan County native, joins the staff as the newest ...
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Car speed concerns in Monticello
MONTICELLO CITY COUNCIL by Anna Thayne Beverly Rowley appeared before the Monticello City Council in the public comments portion of the July 25 meeting, asking that the city to consider lowering th...
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Losing a son at war
LIFE IN A NUTSHELL by Terri Winder When a family member dies, one of the immediate concerns – a “big thing” – is burial plans. It was a mixed blessing that we were spared this responsibility. Initi...
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Dealing with the loss of a son in war
LIFE IN A NUTSHELL by Terry Winder Part I I will always be grateful that the phone call from our daughter-in-law came first, before the two Army officers came in their government car. I can’t imagi...
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Wendy Lee Hall Walker
“You left so suddenly, your thoughts unknown, you left us memories, we are proud to own. Your life was full of loving deeds, forever thoughtful of our special needs. Today and tomorrow, our whole l...
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New faces at Whitehorse High School and Montezuma Creek Elementary
Teachers and principals come and go and some teachers seem to stay forever at a school. Some find new jobs, others find out that their funding are exhausted and some retire.
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