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San Juan’s anthem: The Blue Mountain song
Filed deep in the memory of almost anyone who grew up in San Juan County in the last 80 years are the melodic refrains of the Blue Mountain Song.
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Zoe, the “human” kangaroo
I’d heard about Zoe, but until I met her, I thought my buddy Greg was just pulling my leg. After all, “taking the piss” out of Yanks is an Aussie pastime.
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The Bronsons, Joe Cooper and the Fabled Happy Jack
Few who lived through it would argue against the fact that the Uranium Boom of the l950’s was the lynchpin that put San Juan County on the map.
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An autumn’s view from Abajo Peak
Where did summer go? How could we already be into autumn, that lovely but most melancholy season of the year? Time just isn’t what it used to be.
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A mare and her foal
A mare and her foal. Enter your photos in our Photo of the Week contest. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record . You can email your entries to sjrnews@frontiernet.net. Gar...
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Bennett introduces bill to relieve state from Navajo Trust fund responsibilities
Senator Bob Bennett (R-Utah) recently introduced a bill that would give more fiscal responsibility to Utah’s Navajo Indians by turning over the state managed Utah Navajo Trust Fund to the Utah Dine...
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Old West vs New West: The two-headed monster
When I was younger, I believed that I would grow wise with age and see the world with a clarity that eluded the eyes of a 25 year old.
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Disturbing cases of poaching
There have been several especially disturbing cases of poaching in San Juan County recently. Last week, two mature bull elk were illegally shot near the West Summit Road.
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Eagle Air Med presents $1,300 to San Juan Health Service District
Eagle Air Med recently presented $1,300 to the San Juan Health Services District for a new chemotherapy chair at San Juan Hospital.
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Fascinating life of Chief Posey
One of the principle reasons Mormon Pioneers were dispatched to the vast wilderness of Southeastern Utah in 1879 was to befriend the Indians.
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