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Is it better to roll with the changes or fight them tooth and nail?
Medical marijuana has made its way to Utah for better or for worse. It’s a polarizing issue, just like lots of things, but it is here and it will soon be debated at a legislative committee hearing ...
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Willie Grayeyes nearing settlement with county
According to the Navajo Times, commissioner-elect Willie Grayeyes has asked that his lawsuit against the state of Utah and San Juan County be dropped.
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SJSD continues discussion of potential CRA model
The San Juan School District (SJSD) held off on making a decision on the controversial Community Reinvestment Agency (CRA) policy Nov. 13 during their monthly board meeting at Monticello High School.
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25 years of the Heritage Language Conference
In the quarter-century anniversary of the Heritage Languag Conference, 200 educators, students, and linguists alike gathered at Monument Valley High School on Nov. 16 for the annual meeting.
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Monticello High School Theatre to present ‘Sense and Sensibility’
Jane Austen’s timeless novel ‘Sense and Sensibility’ has been adapted as a play by the Monticello High School Theatre Department and will run Nov. 28-30 at 7 p.m. each evening. Tickets for the play...
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San Juan High Drama delightfully performs ‘The Addams Family’
All the ghoulish family members of the Addams Family were present at the Blanding High School during the five day presentation of the musical put on by the San Juan High School Drama Club. The play...
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So many things to be thankful for, but most of all that Thanksgiving coma
It’s the tryptophan – an amino acid present in turkey that gets me right after my Dallas Cowboys usually blow it on Thanksgiving. It’s a tradition I look forward to every year. It’s that sudden cra...
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Lady Bucks kick off the season at 1A Preview
On Friday, Nov. 16 and Saturday, Nov. 17, the Monticello girls basketball team commenced the 2018 season in Richfield, where they participated in the annual 1A preview.
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Public comment period for oil well near Wilson Arch ends
Public comment period ended Nov. 14 on a proposed oil well 1.7 miles southeast from Looking Glass Rock on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) maintained land. Residents in the Wilson Arch Resort Commun...
Nov 13, 2018 | 0 0 comments | 526 526 recommendations | email to a friend
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Potash Mine accident kills two, leaves one unconscious
The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office released a press release Saturday, Nov. 10, informing of an accident that took place in North San Juan County that morning. The accident claimed the lives of tw...
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