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Well deserved honors for Sue’Sue’
San Juan softball and volleyball player Tatiana Su’e Su’e was named Female Prep Athlete of the Year at the third annual Utah Governor’s State of Sport Awards last Tuesday night.
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May 10 ride may be much bigger than anticipated
What was initially conceived as a ride involving a handful of Blanding residents in Recapture Canyon could grow into a massive statement against the federal government.
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Burr Ferry may be open only two months this summer
After an accident and extended repairs, the John Atlantic Burr Ferry may be open for only two months this summer.
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Boone a boon to community
This is Manuel Boone. One day, as he passed by San Juan Mortuary, Manuel and mortuary owners Danny and Amanda Palmer had an opportunity to talk about the mortuary and how special of a place it can ...
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Bucks defeat Broncos on diamond
The Monticello Buckaroos scored in every inning but the last on April 14 to record their first baseball victory over the San Juan Broncos in several years, 13-6.
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Annual BME Spring Gala is April 14 in Monticello
Mark Monday, April 14, on your calendar for Blue Mountain Entertainment’s Annual Spring Gala which will begin at 7 p.m. in the Monticello High School Auditorium.
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Work continues to progress on new school
Workers continue make progress on the construction of a new Monticello Elementary School. The existing school will be torn down as soon as the school year closes in May. The $10.5 million project w...
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Still happily reminiscing on MHS success
The Buckaroos of Monticello High School are still happily reminiscing about their two state championships this winter, the school’s ninth in wrestling and second in boys basketball.
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Doll blankets for preemie babies
One February, years ago, when Kathy Hurst was having her annual We’re in Stitches sale, a young woman from Monticello came and purchased ten flannel doll blankets and burp cloths.
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US love affair with chocolate started in San Juan
Utah’s love affair with chocolate may be much older than previously thought. San Juan County is where archaeologists have found the earliest traces of cocao in the United States. Cocao is the raw f...
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