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Two road projects finished
Two recently reconstructed roads were dedicated on October 12. More than $3.75 million was spent on the new roads, which are on heavily traveled school bus routes near Montezuma Creek.
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Monticello candidates
MAYORAL CANDIDATES Craig Leavitt Tim Young CITY COUNCIL CANDIDATES George Rice Daniel Hunter Bayley Hedglin
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Bishop dedicates Saint Joseph Catholic Church
Dedication of the new St Joseph Catholic Church and Parish Hall took place on September 27 in Monticello under the direction of the Most Reverend Oscar A. Solis, Bishop of Salt Lake City.
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Water year was slightly dry, reservoirs in good shape
The recently completed water year was slightly dryer than normal. Despite the end result, the timing of storms and cool, wet weather in the monsoon season results in good conditions in San Juan Cou...
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Candidate profiles for the 2017 General Election
Find profiles for local candidates in the 2017 General Election.
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Bluff Arts Festival features mural project
The thirteenth annual Bluff Arts Festival is returning this fall on October 20 to 22 with new events including a mural project and live music and bringing returning festival favorites like the arti...
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Road issues in spotlight
Road closures and road openings have moved front and center in San Juan County, with three separate incidents gaining the attention of area residents.
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Energy Fuels holds open house at White Mesa Mill
The White Mesa Mill, which is the only federally licensed uranium-processing mill in the United States, held an open house in the past week.
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Bucks claim big win over big opponent
On a blustery, rainy Friday night, the Buckaroos took to the field against what looked, record wise, to be a formidable foe from New Mexico. By the end of the night, the Kirtland Central Broncos we...
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Midway Swiss Bell Ringers in Monticello
The melodic and charming Midway Swiss Bell Ringers will open Blue Mountain Entertainment’s 2017-2018 season on Monday, October 2 at 7 p.m. in the Monticello High School auditorium.
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