February 2009
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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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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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.
Feb 11, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 282 282 recommendations | email to a friend
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Remembering great Scout leaders
This week is National Boy Scout Week. Last week in the Salt Lake papers a Boy Scout from Ogden was featured having earned all 121 merit badges offered by the BSA. What an accomplishment for one so ...
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Love language
The headline read, “When we multitask, we get stupid.” My too kind and loving wife looks up over her glasses and asks, “Have you been multitasking more than usual honey?”
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Benjamin Perkins: Father of a San Juan Multitude
Benjamin Perkins was a leader of the Hole-in-the-Rock expedition. He pioneered Bluff and Monticello. His character and contributions to the building up of San Juan County are legendary.
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Mile posts in life
I just flew past mile post 49 and suddenly I am thinking, what is my hurry? Where am I going?
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