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Blanding Council approves Recapture resolution
The Blanding City Council unanimously approved a resolution “denouncing the BLM’s arbitrary closure of Recapture Canyon, the handling of the Recapture Canyon protest, and calling for an immediate r...
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Monticello Council hears Christmas Festival plans
Bayley Hedglin reported to the Monticello City Council on November 25 that the Chamber of Commerce has the plans complete for the December 13 Christmas Festival.
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Buckaroos begin defense of state title with a 61-60 win over Enterprise
As the round ball begins to bounce around the state, the Monticello Bucks boys basketball team set off in defense of their 1A State Basketball Championship of last March.
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Lady Broncos win season opener, 49-27
In spite of a slow start in their season opener, the San Juan girls’ basketball team picked up a lopsided win last Tuesday night in Green River, UT, defeating the Green River Pirates 49-27.
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Retail in transition
The retail sector of the local economy is going through a transition in San Juan County. In the past week, it was announced that Alco is going out of business.
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Kigalia Fine Arts features Mary Kaye
A Cowboy Christmas will be the theme of Mary Kaye’s return concert on Monday, December 8. Program starts at 7 p.m. at the San Juan High School auditorium. Admittance is by Kigalia Fine Arts or Blue...
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Pajamas from near and far
Books are Lana Latham’s love language. They always have been.
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Controversy over lying allegations in Monticello
Monticello City Councilman Monte Wells erupted in a tirade at the November 10 City Council meeting after hearing a complaint from a city employee.
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Threatened species designation is for the birds
In days gone by, it was the American dream to own a piece of land that you could do with whatever you wanted. It was yours, and you had property rights. What happened to those days?
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More than $4 million approved for capital projects in area schools over the next year
The San Juan School District will complete more than $4 million in capital projects over the next year. The projects were approved at the November 11 meeting of the school board.
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