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Pro Rodeo returns to San Juan County
On June 16 and 17, San Juan County hostd its first professional rodeo in more than 20 years. The stands were packed to standing room only for both nights. Nearly 1,400 tickets were sold for the event.
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Blanding Independence Day celebrations coming
Once again, it’s that time of year, as Blanding gears up for its annual Independence Day tradition. Thousands are expected to converge for a day of patriotic celebration that will stretch a few day...
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Rodeo Queens crowned
Kiley Tracy (right) is the Blue Mountain Round-up Rodeo Queen for 2017. Tayia Bennett (left) is Junior Queen. Courtesy photo
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Miss San Juan crowned
Carlin Goodwine (left) was recently named Miss San Juan for 2017. Ashley Adair (right) is her attendant. Courtesy photo
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High fire danger prompts fire restrictions in San Juan County and beyond
Current and forecasted weather conditions coupled with extremely dry conditions and heavy loading of vegetation throughout San Juan County have created hazardous fire conditions.
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Country artist Collin Raye to headline San Juan County Fair on August 10
Country music superstar Collin Raye will highlight the San Juan County Fair with a performance on Thursday, August 10 at the San Juan County Fairgrounds in Monticello.
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Monticello City Council discusses need for transparency in City matters
Transparency seemed to be the public’s focus of the June 13 Monticello City Council when Tom Wigginton addressed the Council during Public Comments.
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Volunteers and archaeologists stabilize historic cabin in Recapture Wash
Volunteers, archaeologists, family members, and the State of Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration (SITLA) came together this past spring for a remarkable restoration project of ...
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Jackalope Trading Company newest addition to the local business scene
The Jackalope, aka The Warrior Rabbit, was first encountered by John Coulter, the first white man to set foot inside what is now known as the State of Wyoming.
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Marie Ogden and San Juan County’s Home of Truth
In 1933 in the depths of the Great Depression, 49-year-old Marie Ogden, a spiritualist and millennial Christian, moved to Dry Valley in San Juan County, UT to establish a religious colony and to aw...
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