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George Wythe College making presence felt
A team of five George Wythe College students spent a day at the Monticello Elementary School tutoring students last Thursday. The students love having “big kids” mentor them.
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Great Grandchildren of Seth and Vivian Shumway
Great grandchildren of Seth and Vivian Shumway filling the sports teams at San Juan High School this year include: back row (left to right) Grady Shumway, Cody Shumway, Stetler Shumway, Peyton Blac...
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January 30 snow storm

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Goodbye to a miserable January
It has been quite the January. We’ve not had a stereotypical January in many a year. Don’t mind the snow – it’s the cold and wind that’s been kind of miserable.
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Major storm hits
A major winter storm inundated San Juan County in recent days, resulting in a host of weather-related problems.
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San Juan County pins economic hopes on energy development
Despite the recent disappointing news that the Lisbon Valley Copper Mine is suspending mining operations and laying off 101 workers, energy production in the county is steamrolling ahead.
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Public works on Council agenda
The situation regarding the status of Monticello City Manager Trent Schafer remains ongoing following the January 23 meeting of the Monticello City Council.
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Update on George Wythe College
George Wythe College has a permanent presence in Monticello now with the leasing of the Hyland Hotel at the corner of 100 West and 100 South.
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Local skier spends night on the La Sals
A local cross country skier spent January 24 on the south side of the La Sal mountains when he became disoriented while cross country skiing. Robert Hugie of La Sal and Moab drove to the parking lo...
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Statewide newspapers to continue delivery in southeast Utah
Rumors have been rampant the last couple of weeks that the Newspaper Agency Corporation, which prints and distributes both the Salt Lake Tribune and the Deseret Morning News, planned to stop delive...
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