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New port of entry opens
A newly remodeled Port of Entry opened in the past week in Monticello. A painting on the wall in the new Port shows a scene from the Monticello Port in 1965.
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Maverik opens
The new Maverik Convenience Store opened in Monticello on November 10 with a grand opening. An estimated 2,500 people showed up during the opening. Not bad for a town of 2,000 residents. Workers at...
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Election results
The November 8 election results are good for the incumbents as all five on the ballot were re-elected in Monticello and Blanding.
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Sunrise service to honor veterans November 11
Veterans will be honored at a memorial service on November 11 at 7 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Park in Monticello. The program will feature military honors and a guest speaker and will include Vetera...
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San Juan County taking close look at Census data
San Juan County continues to move forward on a redistricting request that was presented to the county by representatives of the Navajo Nation Human Rights Office.
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Football season ends week early after Bucks, Broncos defeated
The Eagles have landed, right on top of their opponents and just like that, the stellar football seasons of both the San Juan Broncos and the Monticello Buckaroos concluded.
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Cabin restoration
Crews have been busy working on the restoration of an old cabin on Horsehead Point, east of Monticello. George Barry homesteaded on the property in the 1930s. His granddaughter, Natalie Green of Sa...
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Ex-sheriff pleads guilty to misuse of public funds
Mike Lacy, who served as San Juan County Sheriff for more than a decade, has pled guilty to charges that he misused public funds.
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Bucks claim 1A state volleyball title
Playing with abandon, glee, and wonderful teamwork, the Lady Bucks blocked, frustrated and systematically dismantled the vaunted Rich Rebels to capture their third state volleyball championship for...
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Commission to address voting district boundaries
Leonard Gorman, Executive Director of the Navajo Nation Office of Human Rights, made a presentation to the San Juan County Commission on October 24. Gorman had previously visited the commission on ...
Oct 26, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend
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