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New Monument Valley Visitor Center to open
The New Monument Valley Visitor Center will be officially opened May 5, 2008, as the keys to the $2.8 million facility are handed from Utah to the Navajo Nation during a sunrise ceremony. The Navaj...
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CEU-SJC/USU to honor 90 grads at commencement ceremonies
The 29th annual commencement of the College of Eastern Utah-San Juan Campus in Blanding will honor 84 graduates receiving associate degrees or certificates of completion.
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Marie Margaret Snyder Ogden
This tiny woman, who stood less than five feet tall, garnered world-wide attention and fame. Her fascinating story as told by the world’s press is extraordinary. The notoriety that came with some o...
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La Sal teacher named Teacher of the Year in school district
Shelly Thayn is the 2008 Teacher of the Year for the San Juan School District. Thayn received the honor at an April 16 staff appreciation banquet.
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County Commission discusses Utah Navajo Trust Fund, jail expansion
The San Juan County Commission added their opinion to controversy surrounding the Utah Navajo Trust Fund (UNTF). The State of Utah’s trusteeship of the fund is set to expire on July 1. It may be se...
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“Giants in San Juan” series
We are beginning a series of articles honoring the men and woman who contributed to pioneering San Juan County.
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Monticello Elementary School trip to Utah State Capitol
Fifth grade students from Monticello Elementary School catch up on the local news while reading the San Juan Record at the Utah State Capitol building. The students earned the right to travel to Sa...
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Resident deer herd causes problems
There is a resident deer herd of around 22 animals in the southwest part of Monticello which enter the city every night in search of food. They eat flowers, shrubs and trees throughout the city. Th...
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Top spot at state history fair
Haley Parker, a senior at San Juan High School, walked away with top honors at the Utah State History Fair on April 16. Parker’s historical paper on uranium mining in San Juan County won first plac...
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Visit to a hockey game
Hockey is a bizarre sport. Here’s proof. I went with a group of school teachers to watch a hockey game at the E Center in West Valley City the other night. Maybe that was my problem, going with sch...
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