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A review of Reclaiming Dine History
Like many of you, I went through school learning history from books written by Anglo men educated in the European tradition.
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Library hours, story hour to change
In response to constant patron requests for the library to open earlier in the day, the San Juan County Library Board voted to change the Monticello Library hours of operation on a trial basis.
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Prairie dogs, rabbits and crows, oh my!
“I can’t wait until my friends come out of the ground,” my daughter mused as she stared out the window at passing fields on our way home.
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Memories of a San Juan icon
I think about the pioneers who settled San Juan County more as I get older. I am humbled by the enormous contributions they made refining this harsh land we call home.
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Is Navajo a dying language?
A recent survey of Native Languages found the just ten native Lipan Apache speakers remain on the Mescalero reservation in southern New Mexico.
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New city manager for Monticello
Myron Lee was appointed Monticello City Manager at the March 12 meeting of the Monticello City Council. Lee will begin work on April 1.
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Impacts of uranium industry in San Juan: past and future
(Editor’s note: Much has happened in the two years since the San Juan Record ran a four-part series on the uranium industry in southeast Utah. In a new series starting this week, we will update the...
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New teachers approved for ARL
Albert R. Lyman Middle School in Blanding will be getting more instructors as the result of board action at the March 12 meeting of the San Juan School board.
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Any travel tips for Andrea?
We are still trying to keep things together here at the San Juan Record since layout and design guru Andrea Montgomery left on an eight week tour through Europe.
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