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On the trail with X Country
It was a horse and cowboy show Friday at Loyd’s Lake in Monticello, as the local cross country teams captured every individual and team title in the annual high school race.
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Locals participate at Engineering State
Joshua Meyer and Hans Hurst, seniors at San Juan High School, and Devin Wright, of Monticello High School, are among the students who participated in “Engineering State” at Utah State University th...
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Construction crews busy in Monticello
Orange cones and beeping machinery have continued for the third straight summer in the Monticello area.
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Reward offered in poaching case
The carcass of a trophy buck deer was located by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources on August 21 near Kigalia Point on the south end of the Elk Ridge unit. The buck had six antler points on ea...
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Monticello Elementary Students of the Month
Students of the Month have ben named at Monticello Elementary School. They include: (top row, left to right) Cameo Shaw, Tyler Draper, Tacovi Warren, Yeni Carranza. Middle row: Aidan Cook, Timmy Co...
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The awesome power of Mother Nature
In the spring of 2005 on a trip over the mountain to Blanding, I was amazed to see a huge chunk of the south slope of Indian Creek swept clean. It was as if a gargantuan vacuum cleaner had simply s...
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Recreation director is new Assistant City Manager
A restructuring of the administrative staff for the City of Monticello was approved by the city council on August 24. It could mean big savings to the city budget if all goes as planned.
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Seven of 12 public schools meet federal standards
Seven of the 12 schools in the San Juan School District made Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) for the prior school year under the standards required by the federal government’s No Child Left Behind A...
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Blue Mountain Entertainment sponsors Lowe family
“Think colossal. Then think beyond. Only then will you have an idea of the titanic amount of talent within the musical Lowe Family,” says entertainment reporter Julie Kilmer.
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County Commission asserts “coordinating authority” with federal land agencies
The San Juan County Commissioners have exercised their “coordination authority” in an effort to align county policy with federal land management policy.
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