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Disabled Veterans’ trek goes through La Sal
Word spread through La Sal on June 11 that a group of Disabled American Veterans traveling by bike from the West Coast to the East Coast would be making their way through La Sal Saturday morning.
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Professional Plaza opens in Montezuma Creek
Officials met in Montezuma Creek on June 3 to celebrate the completion of the first phase in a project that may result in significant economic development opportunities for southern San Juan County.
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National Guard to deploy
A platoon from the Army National Guard armory in Blanding will begin a year-long deployment to the Middle East in July.
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Successful year for MVHS
Members of Monument Valley High School FCCLA (Family, Careers, and Community Leaders of America) reflected on the past year activities by hosting a year end banquet. Many of the members received re...
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BKE memorial bench
Members of the Brian Bayles, Kim Acton and Eric Johnson families joined with friends as a bench was dedicated in their honor at the Hideout Golf Club on Memorial Day. The bench is in a beautiful lo...
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Fishing report
ABAJO MOUNTAINS: Sergeant J. Shirley reported good fishing at both Blanding #3 and #4. Bait anglers who used marshmallows, PowerBait and nightcrawlers were doing especially well. The best lure was ...
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One million pennies
Students from Monticello Elementary School and Monticello High School, nearly 600 in all, marked the end of the school year with a celebration. The students helped raise more than one million penni...
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Monticello City Council approves tentative budget, will not raise taxes
The Monticello City Council approved a tentative budget for fiscal year 2010-11 on May 25. The budget was approved by a 4-1 vote, with Councilman Craig Leavitt voting against the motion.
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Man killed in Pandora Mine accident
A 28-year-old man from Moab was involved in a fatal mine accident at the Pandora Mine in La Sal.
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San Juan icon turns 100 years old
Rainbow Bridge National Monument, which features the world’s largest natural stone bridge turned 100 years old Sunday.
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