January 2009
Sheepherder submits to drilling, electric shock and finally the needle
Sometime last week, Federal Judge Ricardo Urbina ruled against 77 leases for exploration for gas and oil drilling, including 103,000 acres around the canyonlands of southeastern Utah.
Jan 28, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 45 45 recommendations | email to a friend
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“Giants in San Juan” needs help
The San Juan Record has featured 14 giants so far in our series on San Juan’s great leaders and characters. Feedback has been positive, and we hope to continue the project through the coming year.
Jan 14, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 871 871 recommendations | email to a friend
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New color pallette for the San Juan Record
The new design of the San Juan Record features a new color pallette that is designed to reflect the spectacular beauty of San Juan County. With color on every page, it is important that the paper f...
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Buckaroos win overtime thriller over Raiders, 69-67
In an important Region 19 game Friday night in Monticello, the Whitehorse Raiders lost a closely fought game to Monticello Buckaroos, in overtime, 69-67.
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Gulliford’s Travels: Lees Ferry and the Lonely Dell
“You had to struggle to make a living out here. You had to have real backbone,” says Clela Johnson, whose grandfather worked at the Lonely Dell Ranch on the Paria River just upstream from Lees Ferr...
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San Juan Record redesign culminates months of effort
We are excited and a little exhausted to know that you finally have a copy of our newly redesigned newspaper in your hands (or on your computer screen). Until this issue of the newspaper, the San J...
Jan 07, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 890 890 recommendations | email to a friend
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William Riley Hurst
William Riley Hurst was born in the Mormon Colonies of Old Mexico in l908. In l910, When Riley was two and a half years old, the family was driven out of Mexico by Poncho Villa’s forces during the ...
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A 17 foot snowman
A massive snowman, up to 17 feet tall, suddenly appeared in the middle of the road in Blanding after one of the recent blizzards. Courtesy photo
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