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As promised, lawsuits filed over monument changes
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As promised, a host of lawsuits have been filed in federal court after the December 4 decision by President Donald Trump to reduce Bears Ears National Monument.
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Boundaries of new monuments still vague, details becoming clearer
Preliminary maps are still all that are available, but the boundaries of the new monuments are starting to be understood.
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Change in monument status may bring changes to Friends of Cedar Mesa
The December 4 executive order by President Donald Trump to rescind Bears Ears National Monument and create two smaller monuments may trigger significant changes for a Bluff-based nonprofit organiz...
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Utah Navajo Health Systems, Blue Mtn Hospital win health honors
Blue Mountain Hospital (BMH) and Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. (UNHS) were honored at the Rural Health Association of Utah’s annual conference, on December 1 at Dixie State University, in St. Geo...
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Presidential motorcade
A number of people have asked about my experiences on December 4 when I was part of the White House Media Pool that covered the President’s quick visit to Salt Lake City.
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Saving pop tabs for good
“The Ronald McDonald House provides a home away from home for families traveling to get treatment for ill or injured children in the intermountain area. 
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Buckaroo basketball is in full-swing
On December 5, the Monticello Lady Buckaroo basketball team headed north to face the Grand County Red Devils. Coming into the game, the Bucks sported a record of 1-3 with the Red Devils sitting at ...
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From the December 13, 2017 issue
  • BLM to offer 43 parcels in March oil and gas lease sale
  • Empire Electric Assoc. student and adult scholarships
  • Christmas lights fill Veterans Memorial Park
  • Record dry, warm conditions
  • Ask an Expert: Six tips for holiday spending
  • Drill teams place in competitions
  • Orphaned bears released
  • ‘Round the Region
  • Letters to the Editor:
    • “World is run by those who show up” • Love living here because of back yard • “Every intention of being good stewards”
  • Northern News: Staying awake in church
  • From the Past
  • Tied to the Post: Three times more fun  
  • Birth announcement
  • Food Adventures: Karen Rose Smith, Cozy Mystery author full of comfort cooking
  • The Round-up: Bronco basketball improves to 2-2 after Farmington Tournament wins
  • Buck wrestlers claim silver pool win
  • Leber places at Tiger Paw Wrestling Tournament
  • Deadly daughters, a poisonous past, and the Monticello Uranium Mill
  • Tips for avoiding holiday spending headaches

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Buckaroo basketball is in full-swing
Dec 12, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 228 228 recommendations | email to a friend
On December 5, the Monticello Lady Buckaroo basketball team headed north to face the Grand County Red Devils. Coming into the game, the Bucks sported a record of 1-3 with the Red Devils sitting at ...
President Trump cuts Bears Ears by more 85 percent
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For the second time in less than a year, a presidential signature has made significant changes to San Juan County. On December 4, US President Donald Trump signed an executive order that changed Be...
Boundaries of Bears Ears cut by more than 85 percent, now two units
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There are significant management changes for more than one million acres of public land in San Juan County after a presidential proclamation by President Donald Trump on December 4.
Text of Commissioner Benally’s speech
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Rebecca Benally was a featured speaker at the Utah State Capital Building when President Trump signed the executive order. Her speech follows:
San Juan celebrates
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Two rallies took place on Saturday, December 2 that involved San Juan County residents and their response to the news that President Donald Trump was expected to significantly trim the boundaries o...
Statements regarding local national monuments
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President Donald J. Trump “Our precious national treasures must be protected.  And they, from now on, will be protected.  Under my administration, we will advance that protection through a truly re...
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