March 2008
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.
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No reason for Winder to apologize
I see no reason why Terri Winder should apologize (see March 5 San Juan Record). The kids today see and hear too much already. Maybe the “committee” has become immune to trash in literature. I refu...
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“Sad way to be introduced to literature”
My letter is in response to Terri Winder’s recent article and letter in the San Juan Record. I am a junior at Monticello High School, where I have been involved in the YAC program.
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2008 Sterling Scholar Winners

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Eleven local winners named in annual Sterling Scholar competition
Students from the San Juan School District had a good night when the winners of the annual Sterling Scholar competition were announced.
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Out of the cave and into the light
Some of you have asked where I have been. I have been here in my cave waiting for the snow to melt. We have had lots of snow; I mean for a few weeks, it was like full time work to shovel snow.
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1A State Basketball Photos
The action was intense at the 1A state basketball tournament February 27 to March 1. The Whitehorse Raiders dropped a heartbreaking opening game to eventual runnerup Piute, but bounced back to clai...
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2008 Sterling Scholar Candidates

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FBI awards $75,000 for discovery of fugitive remains
In a quick ceremony on February 7, the Federal Bureau of Investigation presented Eric Bayles with a check of $75,000 for his discovery of the decomposed remains of fugitive Jason Wayne McVean.
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Man killed in Page, AZ known to many
San Juan County residents were saddened to hear of the brutal murder of a homeless transient in Page, Arizona.
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