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Spring in beautiful San Juan County
This photo was taken on the White Rim Trail in Canyonlands National Park. The lighter rock of the White Rim is in the foreground; the three thousand foot red rock buttes are seen several miles acro...
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A look at the current satus of nuclear energy
(Editor’s Note: This is the second in a four part series on the Uranium Industry in southeast Utah. Last week, the history and legacy of the boom years of the 1950’s and 1960’s (locally) were exami...
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Monticello snow lingers

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Advice for Andrea pours in from near and far
I am continually amazed at how small the world is with technology.
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A review of Reclaiming Dine History
Like many of you, I went through school learning history from books written by Anglo men educated in the European tradition.
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Library hours, story hour to change
In response to constant patron requests for the library to open earlier in the day, the San Juan County Library Board voted to change the Monticello Library hours of operation on a trial basis.
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Memories of a San Juan icon
I think about the pioneers who settled San Juan County more as I get older. I am humbled by the enormous contributions they made refining this harsh land we call home.
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Is Navajo a dying language?
A recent survey of Native Languages found the just ten native Lipan Apache speakers remain on the Mescalero reservation in southern New Mexico.
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Public Virtue is a lost philosophy
In the earlier days of our country’s founding, “Public Virtue” was a common phrase. It is a bit of a lost philosophy in these “me - me” days.
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Take idea from the movie industry
Per Terri Winder’s column: Any suggestions? in the February 27 SJR, I have one.
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