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Lady Bucks claim silver trophy
It’s November, the fall weather turns frosty, tangerine, topaz, and tomato-colored leaves fall, Monticello plays for another volleyball state championship, football fans bundle up.  That’s a lot to...
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School enrollment drops

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New Temple Presidency begins
A new presidency for The Monticello Temple for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been called and began serving on November 3, 2015.
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Buckaroos fall to Rebel in quarterfinals
The Monticello Buckaroos’ football season ended on a low note as well, as they all do except for the state champion, when they fell in frosty Randolph, Utah to the Rich Rebels in the 1A quarterfina...
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Broncos pull off win in postseason thriller
The San Juan Broncos survived a close call against the Summit Academy Bears last Friday afternoon. San Juan looked to have the game under control early on jumping out to an 18-0 lead early in the s...
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Raiders outlast Cougars 32-6 in Battle of the Drum
The Whitehorse Raider football team defeated the Monument Valley Cougars 32-6 on October 30 to earn a victory in the first Battle for the Drum. Before a capacity crowd in Monument Valley, the Raide...
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Johnson receives third place in composition competition
Hyrum Johnson recently received the third place honor in the Junior Division of the Utah Music Teacher’s Composition Competition in Salt Lake City.  Hyrum’s piano piece is entitled “The Taco Wagon,...
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Massive transformers on the highways destined for Monticello
Components for the Latigo Wind Park have been coming to Monticello for several weeks, including massive blades that are 209 feet long.
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Busy week for Lyman
It was a busy week for embattled San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman. On the same day that Lyman turned down the Commissioner of the Year award from the Utah Association of Counties (UAC), Fede...
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Halloween carnival

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