March 2008
Memories of a San Juan icon
I think about the pioneers who settled San Juan County more as I get older. I am humbled by the enormous contributions they made refining this harsh land we call home.
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Is Navajo a dying language?
A recent survey of Native Languages found the just ten native Lipan Apache speakers remain on the Mescalero reservation in southern New Mexico.
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Public Virtue is a lost philosophy
In the earlier days of our country’s founding, “Public Virtue” was a common phrase. It is a bit of a lost philosophy in these “me - me” days.
Mar 12, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 37 37 recommendations | email to a friend
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Growing number of books in Young Adult market
I am writing this letter in response to Terri Winder’s article of February 27, 2008.
Mar 05, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 210 210 recommendations | email to a friend
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Nearly 120 race in Blue Mtn to Canyonlands triathlon
Nearly 120 racers competed in the Blue Mountain to Canyonlands Triathlon March 1. The race, the only triathlon to include cross country skiing instead of swimming, drops from high in the Abajo Moun...
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From a stick horse to an XBOX
My earliest childhood memories (age 5-9) center around my Grandpa A. B. Barton’s orchard, barn, pigpens, chicken coops, and haystacks. I loved to ride to his farm one mile east of town on the old t...
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