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A “Giant” plea for help
We have published 28 of 29 installments in the ongoing “Giants of San Juan” series.
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Bucks defeat Broncos 67-50
The Monticello Bucks won round two convincingly in the annual two round basketball war. After the first game, a double overtime affair won by the Broncos in December, the anticipation for the secon...
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Remembering Dewey Bridge
As unbelievable as this might seem, I travel more than 150 miles (one way!) to get a haircut.
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Emerging from fog
Mexican Hat rock emerges from a blanket of fog. 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 to sj...
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Hospital looking forward to another 50 years of service to San Juan County
It is wonderful that there are two hospitals in San Juan in 2010. What a pleasant respite the general public has had this last year as the infighting and vitriol of the 20-year hospital war has wan...
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Recycling effort off to a good start in Monticello
The Monticello Recycling Program is off to a running start thanks to contributions from the local US Forest Service, San Juan County Economic Development office, and many local volunteers.
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Great service to country
Attached is a photo of my sons and myself. I am very proud of my son’s service to our country as I am also proud of my 40 year military career.
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One hundred years Young
Leda Whitmore Young turned 100 on January 5. Monticello was her home from 1953 until 2001, when her husband Darroll passed away and she went to live with her oldest son and his wife in California.
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A center set on a hill
The BYU Jerusalem Center is spectacular. Hugging the side of a prominent hill at the northern end of the Mount of Olives, the eight-story building is a wonder to behold. While the building is wonde...
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The optimistic aspects of outrage and dissent
Not long ago, I was chatting with one of my favorite abstract/performance artists, a hopelessly cheery woman who I adore. But I was shocked almost to tears when she accused me of being too negative.
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