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BLM special agent is focus of investigations
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Dan Love, a controversial law-enforcement agent for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), is the subject of several investigations into his actions as special-agent-in-charge of BLM activities in Ut...
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Meeting Mike Trout
Braxton Jones, a fifth grade student from Monticello, made ESPN Sports Center this week for his reaction to an autograph from American League Most Valuable Player Mike Trout during the first day of...
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Janet Ross retires after 32 years at Four Corners School
The Four Corners School of Outdoor Education has a new leader after more than 32 years under the direction of Janet Ross. Ross recently retired after a successful career primarily spent in the cany...
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“Fraulein” wins spelling bee
Twenty-one spellers from throughout the San Juan School District battled through 13 rounds on February 23 before Adriana Johnson, a sixth grade student at Albert R Lyman Middle School in Blanding, ...
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Students “Take a Stand in History”
“Taking a Stand in History” is the theme of the annual History Fair that was held on February 22 at the Utah State University Eastern campus in Blanding.
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Buckaroo boys head to state tourney on three-game winning streak
With three wins in a row to finish the season, the Monticello Buckaroos head to the 2017 1A Boys Basketball State Championships, with high hopes. 
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Lady Broncos gain valuable experience at 2A Tourney
For the San Juan girls basketball team, last week’s 2A State Tournament didn’t go as planned.
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From the March 1, 2017 issue
  • Research effort seeks to protect historical recordings
  • From the Past
  • Four decades, four campuses, 4,000 graduates
  • Spring Break Challenge at area sites
  • Letters to the Editor:
    • Speak strongly for “mostly silenced” voices
    • How much private land?
    • Brodericks say thank you
  • Is It Just Me?: Majority rules?
  • Tied to the Post: The storyteller
  • Birth announcements
  • Blanding DUP to meet
  • Free tax help is available
  • Art award
  • Sports Shorts: What is the measure of success?

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A week of San Juan County sports
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Lady Broncos gain valuable experience at 2A Tourney
Feb 28, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend
For the San Juan girls basketball team, last week’s 2A State Tournament didn’t go as planned.
Bears Ears issues delayed in US Senate
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The holding pattern surrounding the Bears Ears National Monument continues as the US Senate has failed to move ahead with the confirmation of Ryan Zenke as the Secretery of the Interior.
Bluff community plans celebration around heritage events, Founders Day
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The first annual Bluff Founders Day and Frybread Festival will be held at locations around town on April 8, 2017.
Grayson Country Quilters
Feb 21, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 15 15 recommendations | email to a friend
2016 ended strong for the Grayson Country Quilters of Blanding.  Besides organizing their usual awesome 4th of July quilt show, and running a successful 4-H quilt camp, they made literally carloads...
New scholarship at USU-Eastern honors Silvia Stubbs
Feb 21, 2017 | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend
The Utah State University - Eastern campus in Blanding has a new scholarship called the Silvia Stubbs Scholarship. The scholarship awards two students $1,000 to help pay for spring semester.
Escaping persecution creates a melting pot of foods
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Heads up, this will not be about the Mormons and their travels to Utah in 1847. No, I am going ahead in time to 1914 with the establishment of “Russian Settlement”.
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