May 2008
George A. Adams
Fifty-two years ago, in 1955, a granite slab was placed on the front lawn of the Courthouse in Monticello. It was placed there to remind those who came later who came first. The inscription begins:...
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Jense Nielson
Kuman Jones wrote: “As for the physical or practical part of the establishing of the San Juan Colony, Bishop Jense Nielson stands first. I have met many men in whose hands I would be willing to pla...
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New 4-H clubs offered
Parents, are you looking for fun summer activities in which your children can participate? A new group of leaders have come together to provide opportunities in Family and Consumer Sciences for you...
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The end of civilization (Part II)
Terri Winder’s column last week (May 7 SJR) made my blood pressure spike! I was not upset with Terri, but with the subject she broached. I agree with her. Just thinking about it makes me crazy. If ...
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Quiet brunch with strawberries and other delicacies
There were a couple of things that shook me up this week. First, this last Friday and Saturday was the annual father-son outing. This is the first year I didn’t have a son to take with me. Due to a...
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Elnora E. Barry Shupe Scharf
Elnora Elizabeth Barry Shupe Scharf passed away May 1, 2008 in Fruita, CO. She was being cared for at Family Health West for the past three years.
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Jeramia Bennett
Jeramia Bennett, age 30, formerly of Canjilon, NM and recently of Denver, CO, has passed away.
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