Life in San Juan
Diplomas for more than 200 high school grads
Diplomas will be presented to more than 200 high school graduates in ceremonies set to take place at five high schools in San Juan County. The commencement services mark the end of another year in ...
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Engineers return from Afghanistan
(On April 25, the 624th Engineer Company Utah National Guard Unit returned from an eleven month deployment to Afghanistan, bringing back a number of San Juan County natives, including the Carr brot...
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Business Spotlight: Inn at the Canyons
The Inn at the Canyons hotel located on the north end of Monticello offers guests award winning lodging and services.
May 08, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 24 24 recommendations | email to a friend
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Donna Arthur is San Juan Record Mother of the Year
“When you have 12 children who will stand together and shout out to the world what a great mom they have, I think that shows she did something right,” Cheryl Bowers says of her mother, Donna Arthur.
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Bennett reviews The Searchers
On May 26, 1956 Warner Brothers released The Searchers, a western movie directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne. It was based on a novel written in 1953 by Alan LeMay about the real-life abdu...
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Local dancers earn top honors
Local dancers from the San Juan School of Dance earned top honors at a dance competition held in Spanish Fork, UT. The Encore Team, ages 12-14, placed third overall in their division with their Jaz...
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Local cattle ranchers create calf pool
The average size cow herd in the United States is now less than 40 head. Most cattle operations are smaller with the owners working other jobs off the ranch.
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ARL student wins third spelling bee
Jared Ward, a eighth grade student at Albert R. Lyman Middle School in Blanding, made a three-peat as top speller after a competitive 26 rounds in the Region Spelling Bee.
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Monument Valley students complete service project
Having the determination to finish their project was the ultimate goal for Monument Valley High School students Nolten Bowsley, Colin Crank, Ethan Black and Clement Holiday.
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Special Prom is a magical night
Arriving early, most of the 23 guests of honor line up against the west wall. The guys are wearing their best clothes; many of the girls are wearing new dresses.
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