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Is federal government considering a new national monument on Cedar Mesa?
A leaked memo from the U.S. Department of the Interior has raised the prospect that the Cedar Mesa area in San Juan County could be designated as a national monument.
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Drug bust on 191
Kilo, San Juan County’s hardest-working drug dog, shows some the drugs he helped find after a Highway Patrolman stopped a 2003 Dodge truck for speeding on February 14 between Blanding and Monticell...
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Sterling scholars to be named March 2
San Juan High School will host the annual Southeastern Utah Sterling Scholar competition on March 2. 32 San Juan County seniors will vie for the coveted title of Sterling Scholar against seventy-fi...
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Lightning strike ignites oil fire
Local volunteer firefighters spent a cold and wet Super Bowl Sunday fighting a massive fire at the Resolute Oil Company facility north of Montezuma Creek. The stubborn tank fire was caused by a lig...
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Tight race in spelling bee competition
Kira Simpson and Eli Beck went head to head for round after round before Simpson finally reclaimed her title as champion of the San Juan School District Spelling Bee. The annual competition was hel...
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Basketball teams hit a wall
It’s baseball, softball, and track time for Bronco and Lady Buckaroo basketball teams after losing in their respective state tournaments last week.
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Two new books with local ties
Local history buffs have a wonderful winter gift with the release of two new histories of the area.
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A flurry of snowmen
A flurry of snowmen enjoy ice fishing at Loyds Lake. Enter your photos in our Photo of the Week contest. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record. You can email your entries ...
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Monticello Buckaroo wrestlers bring home silver
The Monticello Buckaroos wrestling team proudly hoisted a well-deserved Second Place Team Trophy at the 1A State Wrestling Championship Saturday night at Utah Valley University in Orem.
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Deep snow
Weeks after the last major snow storm, there is still not a single headstone in sight at the Monticello cemetery. Buckley Jensen photo
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