The polar plunge
The January thaw allowed daring locals to take a glacial plunge in Recapture Resevoir’s ice fringed waters last week. Those participating in the inaugural Polar Bear Plunge are: (left to right) Ste...
San Juan County mulls budget cuts
San Juan County joins the list of numerous agencies that are dealing with the impact of a slower economy. At their January 26 meeting, the San Juan County Commission discussed a variety of options ...
Television switch may be delayed
The national switch from analog to digital television has run into some snags, including a few in San Juan County. Agencies have been working for months to complete the transfer to entirely digital...
Time for shopping or time for a nap?
I am not sure if I am getting old or just hate shopping; maybe both. I find more and more often that when I go shopping with my too kind and loving wife that instead of shopping, I would rather go ...
Send in your photos to be featured as a Photo of the Week. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record . You can email your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Photo submitted b...
“Giants in San Juan” needs help
The San Juan Record has featured 14 giants so far in our series on San Juan’s great leaders and characters. Feedback has been positive, and we hope to continue the project through the coming year.
William Riley Hurst
William Riley Hurst was born in the Mormon Colonies of Old Mexico in l908. In l910, When Riley was two and a half years old, the family was driven out of Mexico by Poncho Villa’s forces during the ...
A 17 foot snowman
A massive snowman, up to 17 feet tall, suddenly appeared in the middle of the road in Blanding after one of the recent blizzards. Courtesy photo