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Crews building nearly 11 miles of bike trail in and around Monticello
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Approximately 25 workers from the Forest Service offices in Monticello and Moab gathered on June 6 near the Fourth Hole at the Hideout Golf Course in Monticello.  The young volunteers were under th...
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Adventure and blessing on the other side of the world 
Russell Schafer hates getting dirty, but he loves fixing cars. He’s spent most of his life doing both at Schafer Auto Clinic on the northern edge of Monticello.
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Candidates for San Juan County Sheriff
Running for San Juan County Sheriff are Cal Dean Black and Jason Torgerson.
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Large crowds enjoy Stampede rodeo
More than 1,500 spectators attended the three-day San Juan Stampede Pro Rodeo held at the San Juan County Fairgrounds in Monticello June 7-9.
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Military scholarship to dental school for local
Gaining entrance to dental school is extremely difficult, and receiving a scholarship is nearly impossible. Yet this is exactly what Southern Utah University (SUU) student Dallin Duncan recently ac...
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True Buckaroos and a Bronco complete a busy season on the Utah High School rodeo circuit
How many true Buckaroos or Broncos do you know? I guess that depends upon what qualifies a person as a true Buckaroo or Bronco, but arguably, six Monticello High School students and one San Juan Hi...
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Broncos win inaugural Blue Mtn Classic
School sports tend to slow down during summer break, but they don’t come to a complete stop. Many teams attend camps and tournament to fine tune their skills, improve, and compete.
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From the June 13, 2018 issue
  • Property values remain roughly the same
  • New spa set to open
  • Canyon Country Music Experience tickets on sale for September concert
  • Letters to the Editor:
    • Water conservation advice from South Africa
    • Gotta teach them better
    • Bears Ears country is our home
  • Dust in the Wind: Journalism students help increase understanding of complex issues
  • Wedding announced
  • Missionary news
  • Students earn top awards at San Juan High School
  • Food Adventures: Jackrabbit ruminations
  • Tied to the Post: The minion conundrum
  • From the Past

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A week of San Juan County sports
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Broncos win inaugural Blue Mtn Classic
Jun 12, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 251 251 recommendations | email to a friend
School sports tend to slow down during summer break, but they don’t come to a complete stop. Many teams attend camps and tournament to fine tune their skills, improve, and compete.
Memorial Day NASCAR race honors Aaron Butler
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The memory of Staff Sgt Aaron Butler was honored at the Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR race, held on Memorial Day weekend at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina.
Judge orders SUWA to pay county attorney fees
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The Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA) has been ordered to pay the court costs for filing a lawsuit against the San Juan County Commission.
Information sought on April 14 murder near Bluff
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Information is sought on the murder of Antonio Montowine on April 14 south of Bluff. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is offering a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the ar...
New surgeon realizes dream to return home
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Dr. Mario La Giglia’s 22-year desire to return to San Juan County is officially reality, as he becomes the newest surgeon in the area. He will serve as a surgeon at San Juan Hospital in Monticello ...
Governor replaces retiring Judge Anderson
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Changes have been made to the Seventh District Court after the retirement of Judge Lyle R. Anderson. Governor Gary R. Herbert has appointed Don M. Torgerson to take Anderson’s place.
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