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Vote by mail fraught with problems
I have had an uneasy feeling about the mail in ballots.  It seems rather evident that there is a much greater possibility of fraud with mail in ballots than there are with traditional polling.  
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MHS drama presents Cool Suit this week
Cool Suit, a musical retelling of the Emperor’s New Clothes, will be presented by the Monticello High School drama department in five performances this week, beginning on Wednesday, November 11. Mo...
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Canyon Country Discovery Center preview is Dec. 3
The Four Corners School of Outdoor Education invites the community to an Open House for a first look at its new campus on Thursday, December 3 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
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Voters approve sales tax, elect council members
Although voters throughout the county participated in the November 3 general election, municipal elections garnered much of the attention.
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Nearly $100K restitution for protest
Federal Judge David Nuffer ruled that two San Juan County residents are responsible for nearly $100,000 in damages for their role in the May, 2014 Recapture Canyon protest.
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1.7 million pound transformer traverses San Juan County
Joe F. Lyman provides a little assistance to the 1.7 million pound transformer that made its way through San Juan County to Monticello this week. The entire load included 312 tires, six trucks and ...
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Man charged with homicide of brother
A Monument Valley man has been charged with first degree criminal homicide for the death of his brother.
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Lady Bucks claim silver trophy
It’s November, the fall weather turns frosty, tangerine, topaz, and tomato-colored leaves fall, Monticello plays for another volleyball state championship, football fans bundle up.  That’s a lot to...
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School enrollment drops

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New Temple Presidency begins
A new presidency for The Monticello Temple for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been called and began serving on November 3, 2015.
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