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Wrestling gets underway at San Juan
The final winter sport preview for the 2015-16 school years at San Juan High belongs to the Bronco wrestling team. The San Juan mat men will kick off their season this Friday and Saturday, December...
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Largest phase-shifting transformer takes up residence in Monticello
With the arrival of a second shipment from China, the Rocky Mountain Power Pinto substation outside Monticello just became home to the largest phase-shifting power transformer in the United States,...
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Commissioners hear a report about local employers with soldiers in Ntl Guard
Several months ago, San Juan County Surveyor Sam Cantrell came to the commission meeting stating that one of his employees, Jacob Regalado, was being deployed as part of his service with the Utah N...
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Bluebird of Happiness: Tauna D. Larsen
On a shelf in my kitchen sits a small glass bluebird called, “The bluebird of happiness.” It is a gift given by Tauna DeGraw Larsen and her mother, Maxine Himmelberger to the graduates, newlyweds, ...
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Seventy turbines needed to match this one well
Thanks for publishing my letter and fitting it all in (see the November 18 SJR). I’ve received a few ‘positive’ comments so far, but also asking for how I got my numbers, so I have provided a Table...
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Has Thanksgiving been gobbled up by Christmas?
My second youngest daughter currently works at a Joann fabric and crafts store. She told me that a few weeks ago that a customer demanded to know, “Where’s Thanksgiving? You’ve gone right from Hall...
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Pumpkin is not just for pie anymore
During the fall and winter seasons, pumpkins often make an appearance from the maniacal face carved into them for Halloween; to the slice of pie decorating a dessert plate at a holiday meal.
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Tumbling tumbleweeds 
Last week, I was manning the sales counter at Twin Rocks and visiting with customers when a strong storm blew in.
Nov 23, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 33 33 recommendations | email to a friend
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Blanding has new police and fire chiefs
Blanding has a new police chief and a new fire chief after the November 10 meeting of the Blanding City Council. The appointments were made by Mayor Calvin Balch.
Nov 18, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 40 40 recommendations | email to a friend
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Local quilts to new mothers in Africa
Members of the Grayson Country Quilters Guild from Blanding and surrounding area recently donated baby quilts and receiving blankets for delivery to the Prince Mshiyeni Memorial Hospital Birthing W...
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