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Two bills regarding medical marijuana pass on to Utah State Senate
Two bills seeking to legalize the use of medical cannabis passed through Senate legislative committees on February 4 and will be discussed by the full Utah Senate in coming days.
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Native beauty of Cedar Mesa Pottery
Warning! When entering Cedar Mesa Pottery, via the gift shop, be prepared for a visual assault of the most beautiful Native American pottery collections.
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Bucks claim tenth title in ten years
Saturday night, the Monticello Buckaroo wrestling team sealed a decade of dominance, as they won their tenth championship in a row at the 1A divisional tournament.
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Native Club competes
The San Juan High Blue Mountain Native Club competed at the Rock Point Song and Dance Competition on January 29, placing in five of seven categories. They were first place in Song and Dance and Gro...
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Monticello City will keep its own police force
The Monticello City Council has decided against proceeding on an idea that could have absorbed the Monticello Police Department into the San Juan County Sheriff’s Office.
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City of Blanding accepts new vehicle allowance policy for city employees
It took several meetings over several months, but the City Blanding has approved a new Vehicle Allowance Policy for city employees. After discussing the issue at three meetings, the stars were fina...
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Commission sets new school board boundaries
The San Juan County Commission has approved a new map of voting districts for the San Juan School District. The plan will now be presented to Federal Judge Robert Shelby, who ordered the county to ...
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Legislation addresses entrenched public land issues
Additional environmental protection to public lands in Eastern Utah is almost certainly on its way. How much land is to be protected and at what level? That is yet to be determined.
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New Year baby
Robert Hanson Laws is the 2016 New Year Baby at San Juan Hospital. The son of James and Kara Laws was born at 1:04 a.m. on January 19, 2016. He was delivered by Dr. Kelly Jeppeson and weighs in at ...
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School superintendent will retire
The San Juan School District is looking for a new superintendent after Dr. Douglas Wright announced his retirement on June 30, 2016. Wright told the school board on January 19 that he won’t seek an...
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