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CEU-SJC in second year of grant to train health care professionals
CEU-San Juan Campus is in its second year of a federal grant to train “home-grown” health care professionals. Virgil Caldwell, project director, said the $1,260,893 grant from the U.S. Department o...
Oct 08, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 34 34 recommendations | email to a friend
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Preparedness guides distributed
Local residents may be seeing a valuable tool in their mailbox soon, an emergency preparedness guide distributed by the Southeast Utah District Health Department.
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Cal Black
The story is told of the member of an Indian tribe trying to describe to a friend the kind of man their chief was. The best explanation he could give was, “he makes many, many, many tracks.”
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Natural Bridges N.M. Centennial Children’s Art Contest
There were a host of winners when Natural Bridges National Monument marked its centennial anniversary and held an art contest.
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Fall soccer
Ethan Wilcox gets a kick out of playing soccer during a beautiful fall afternoon in San Juan County. Staff photo
Sep 24, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 281 281 recommendations | email to a friend
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County, school district team to build football concession stands
New concession stands and bathrooms are planned at local high school football fields, the result of a partnership between San Juan County and the San Juan School District.
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Churro Sheep group to hold national meeting in Monticello
The Navajo-Churro Sheep Association will hold their 2008 national meeting in Monticello. Sheep breeders from all over the United States will gather together to discuss issues that affect their indu...
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Driving lessons for Joseph
I have a friend; we’ll just call him Joseph. He isn’t very old; but I am old and don’t act like it, so who’s to judge? Neither of us claim maturity or better than average driving skills.
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The end of the world! 
Well, that’s kind of what it looked and felt like last Wednesday, as a huge plume of smoke rose in the air above “The Mountain” a.k.a. the La Sals. My first thought – no, don’t ruin my camping week...
Sep 03, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 373 373 recommendations | email to a friend
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Blanding has in with rainmakers
For the second month in a row, Blanding has had more rain than normal, compared with less rain than normal in other area communities.
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