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Monticello may raise license fees
Local business owners in Monticello could see a change in their City licence fee based on a proposal being considered by the Monticello City Council.
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Trailer court problems in Mussi
Residents of the Riverview Trailer Court in Montezuma Creek came seeking help to relocate the remaining four trailers in the park. They reported that residents of the trailer park were taken to cou...
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Paupers need all the help they can get
Sales taxes, business license fees, building permit fees, impact fees... Monticello residents may feel that you are being asked, at every turn, to pay an increasing share of the cost of running the...
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Bar D Wranglers coming to Monticello
Blue Mountain Entertainment and Blue Mountain Foods happily present those crazy and tuneful musicians, the Bar D Wranglers of Durango, CO, Monday, November 10 at 7 p.m. in the Monticello High Schoo...
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Bluff Arts Festival to demonstrate the art of science and the science of art
Science and art are often treated as incongruent disciplines, yet at the 4th Annual Bluff Arts Festival, we will demonstrate the beauty, numbers and magic behind this year’s theme, “The Science of ...
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Bronco girls claim X Country title
The San Juan Girls Cross Country team won the 2A state championships for the first time on October 22 at the high school cross country championships at Sugar House Park, triumphing over the Millard...
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Could mining activities put new subdivisions at risk?
A group of San Juan County residents from the Bridger Jack subdivision are concerned about drilling and mining operations near their homes and state that other county residents are also at risk.
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Leland W. Redd
This true story leaps off the page like a John Ford Western. In 1923, the last shooting battle between Indians and white settlers in the United States was fought in San Juan County. Combatants were...
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Heartbreak homecoming at Whitehorse
An exciting back and forth football game between two evenly-matched rivals came down to the wire as Monument Valley pulled out a one point 28-27 win to spoil the Whitehorse homecoming on October 10.
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“Correction” for Main Street
It is hard to imagine a more tumultuous week on Wall Street. The markets have moved down faster than the barometer before that last wind storm.
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