Life in San Juan
Easter events scheduled
The Easter season means many things in San Juan County. In addition to local residents, there are a large number of visitors to the area, and they will be able to participate in Easter services at ...
Legacy and Leadership at History Fair
Sixty local students presented projects on “Legacy and Leadership” at the annual regional History Fair on March 17. The event was held at the Utah State University campus in Blanding, under the dir...
Paca Pantry opens
The owner of Peter Springs Alpaca Ranch, LLC, Dorothy Pipkin-Padilla, began a new venture in 2014, Wild Mountain Meats, LLC; purveyor of Alpaca meats featuring: burger, steaks, chops, ribs and saus...
The debate over gun rights and gun crime rages on. Proponents of strict gun control never answer two questions for me, which are: 1- What makes you think a criminal will obey new gun laws? and 2- ...
Are you doing that?
It was a slow night at Twin Rocks Cafe. Outside giant flakes of snow gently fell, and a thick white blanket cloaked the gravel parking lot. But for the occasional snowplow that scraped and sparked ...
So it’s Spring Break. For about one-third of the county population that means V-A-C-A-T-I-O-N and a goodly portion of them have packed up and gone somewhere green.
English wins District Spelling Bee
With the correct spelling of harbinger, Aspen English became the Spelling Bee champion of the San Juan School District. The eighth grade student at Monticello High School defeated 14 challengers in...