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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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Grand opening for Monticello’s newest business
Monticello’s newest business will host a grand opening celebration on Saturday, June 5 at Draper Towing and Repair at the corner of Main and 200 North. The event will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and...
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Round-up Royalty crowned
After a recent competition, the Blue Mountain Round Up Royalty has been named for the 2010 rodeo season. The group includes: (left to right) Blue Mountain Round Up Queen Emily Hanson, Attendant Abi...
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Under new ownership
Connie Allred (right) hosted an open house on May 25 to introduce Cindy Christensen (left), the new owner of the Silver Scissors Beauty Salon in Monticello. Connie owned and operated Silver Scissor...
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Nearly 220 diplomas to be presented at graduation services at high schools
Nearly 220 local high school students will receive their diplomas as the San Juan School District closes another school year.
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New surgical suite at San Juan Hospital
Member of the surgical team take a quick break between surgeries at the San Juan Hospital in Monticello. The new surgical suite at the hospital saw its first use in May. Members of the team, all wo...
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MHS Class of 2010
Not pictured: Martina Bitsinnie & Chelsie Warren
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Attorneys seek $7 million payday from Trust Fund
Attorneys who represented Utah Navajos in a decades-old lawsuit are seeking $7 million for their efforts.
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Defeat of Senator Bennett threatens lands bill
Officials in San Juan County are wondering how the defeat of Senator Robert Bennett will impact a number of pending projects, including a San Juan County wilderness bill.
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Winners listed for Indian Art Market
The competition was hot and the judges had their work cut out for them at the fifth annual Four Corners Indian Art Market.
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