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Whitehorse educator is SJSD Teacher of the Year
Robert Sanders, an industrial arts teacher at Whitehorse High School, is the 2012 Teacher of the Year for the San Juan School District.
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Bus ruling may cause challenge in Red Mesa
As of March 26, students from southern San Juan County who attend school in Red Mesa, AZ may find themselves without a ride to school. School buses will no longer cross state lines, leaving approxi...
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Group asks county to place health subsidy on ballot
“This issue, if not resolved now by allowing the citizens to have a voice in it, will continue to be the source of unnecessary conflict in the county. ...We need harmony in our county,” is the clos...
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Non-party candidate throws a twist into Commission race
The announcement of an unaffiliated candidate for the San Juan County Commission has thrown an unexpected twist into the local political scene.
Mar 21, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
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Road closure issue continues to draw attention
“As elected officials of San Juan County, I feel like our responsibility is first and foremost to safeguard and protect the rights of the citizens of the county,” said San Juan County Commission Ph...
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Injured eagle released to the wild
Fury, a female eagle captured last April near the Monticello Airport, was released into the wild at the end of the old airport runway.
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Monticello Elementary Students of the Month
Students of the Month at Monticello Elementary School include: top row (left to right): Mahrin Whitaker, Haven Cafferty, Sarah Haller, Hyrum Johnson, Joseph Boyle. Middle: Tepaynga Hellewell, Madis...
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Road battle heats up
“The Sheriff’s office believes the BLM had every intent to close the road,” said San Juan County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Alan Freestone regarding the investigation of the closure of road D0570 in the ...
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Community Impact Board nears $1 billion in funding
The Utah Permanent Community Impact Fund Board is approacing $1 billion in funding granted or loaned to assist Utah communities in projects around the state.
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Family in need
A fund has been created at Zions Bank to assist a Monticello family that lost their home and many belongings in a fire.
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