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The people behind San Juan’s Top 100 Hospital
Last week, we reminisced about the battle that took place in the late 1950’s over whether Blanding or Monticello would get a new hospital. Monticello won the special election by a slim margin and t...
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Be on the lookout for reindeer
Looks like Santa is taking some extra precautions this year after hearing about the high deer death toll on Highway 191 between Monticello and Blanding. Nichole Cordova photo
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Hunter becomes the hunted
When you meet a Maughan, it doesn’t take long to learn that they love to hunt. I have been hearing Maughan family hunting stories for decades and even if only ten percent of them are true, they are...
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The Christmas of 1932
This time of year, I always think of my grandfather. He died many years ago; in fact, more time has passed since his death than the years I was able to spend with him. Yet, scarcely a day passes th...
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A skiff of snow
Sunrise brings a skiff of snow to Monument Valley. Enter your photos in our Photo of the Week contest. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record . You can email your entries t...
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Monticello dealing with sidewalk and “storage lane” issues
When winter arrives in Monticello, with it comes the hope that there will be enough snow to meet city needs for the coming year.
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A visit to Bethlehem
The birthplace of the Prince of Peace is, quite often, not a peaceful place. In ancient times, Bethlehem was an isolated, small village in a dusty corner of the Holy Land. Today, the city sits at t...
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It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
But, will it last? I was thinking last week that one of the best ways to preserve some things is to freeze them. So, thinks I, this Christmas card scene produced by last week’s snow should last as ...
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“Cold ‘nuff fer ya?
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With the recent drop in temperatures and new snow I am reminded that cold and hot are relative terms. One man’s hot day is another woman’s cold day.
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First big snow storm of season hits San Juan
The first winter snow storm of the season hit San Juan County with a vengeance on December 7, slowing traffic, bringing much needed precipitation, and making the annual Christmas Parade in Monticel...
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