February 2009
Jane Rachael Gibbs Robson
Jane, 85, passed away on Sunday, February 8, 2009 at her home. She was born September 12, 1923 in Price, UT, the sixth child of Henry Thomas Gibbs and Sarah Chatterton Potter.
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Jeffery “Jeff” Mark Black
Jeffery (“Jeff”) Mark Black passed away February 7, 2009 after a valiant, short month’s bout with leukemia.
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Leona Alexander Carter Bailey
Leona Alexander Carter Bailey, 92 returned home to be with loved ones and to serve her Heavenly Father on February 5, 2009 in Blanding, UT.
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Bucks claim wrestling title
High school wrestling is often referred to as an individual sport. Last week, 14 individual wrestling champions were crowned in five classifications and young athletes from across the state stood a...
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School District trims budget by $1.5 million
More than $1.5 million has been cut from the San Juan School district budget, and more cuts may be coming. A decrease in funding from the State of Utah triggered the cuts, which were made at the Fe...
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Bucks claim title with convincing win
The Monticello Buckaroo wrestling team made history on Valentines Day, winning their first team state wrestling championship in 23 years and eighth overall.
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Whitehorse stumbles at home
Whitehorse High School scheduled a Parent/Teacher Conference for Tuesday, February 10 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. At first, the usual 10 percent of parents showed up to check on their student’s progress...
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Photo of the week
A yucca plant peaks out of the snow during a spectacular winter day in the canyon country. The San Juan Record will pay $10 each week for the photo of the week. Send your entries to sjrnews@frontie...
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Schools show gains in closing test gaps
The San Juan School District is showing progress in its effort to tackle one of the biggest challenges facing schools across the nation: closing the achievement gap.
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Mary Ann Williams Perkins and Sarah Williams Perkins
In the century between 1850 and l950, the vast majority of women in the United States toiled in anonymity raising large families and often losing babies at birth or to childhood diseases.
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