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MHS drama excells at State
On April 17, 20 students from Monticello High School traveled to Nephi, UT to participated in the State Drama Festival.
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LaVerda Barton Jensen
“I have been a school supervisor, a principal, and a superintendent for 25 or more years and I say without hesitation that, never in all those years have I seen or become acquainted with, a more ex...
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The Young Brothers
In 1953, when the first uranium boom was in its infancy, Clyn P. Young of Monticello decided to try to make “mucking” (getting the blasted ore out) mines easier. Up until then, mining uranium was a...
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Mom is gone
My too kind and loving wife had to leave town to attend a seminar for a few days. So she sorta left me in charge. Well, mostly I was in charge. She looks back and forth at Daniel and me to decide w...
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Monticello VMTE receives additional funding
Local leaders of the Victims of Mill Tailings Exposure (VMTE) were elated last week to receive an additional $381,000 in federal funding. This money, along with funds already received, and an appli...
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Winter whimpers to a close with early thaw
The winter of 2008-09, which started with such promise in December, has whimpered to a close in March with the earliest thaw since Sno-tel records began to be recorded in 1986.
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EMS awarded a $3,000 grant
Montezuma Creek EMS was awarded a $3000 grant from the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation. The grant was written by Dustin Coggeshell, Montezuma Creek EMS Assistant Director, to improve radios and pur...
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High winds cause damage in Blanding
Spring Break ended with a bang on March 22 when high winds caused damage at several locations in San Juan County, including the main intersection in Blanding. Power crews were busy making repairs t...
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Whitehorse High School teacher awarded “Outstanding Art Educator of the Year”
On March 7, at the 37th annual Utah All-State High School Art Show Awards Ceremony in Springville, Michael V. Porter was awarded “Outstanding Art Educator of the Year”.
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Master Editor & Publisher
Bill Boyle, my younger brother, editor and publisher of the San Juan Record, was recently awarded the Master Editor and Publisher Award by the Utah Press Association. Here is how he was introduced.
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