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Handel’s Messiah begins anew
Practices for the annual presentation of Handel’s Messiah will begin for instrumentalists on October 20 at 6 p.m. at the Monticello High School band room.
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Bucks win overtime thriller on senior night
On a predictably chilly October night in Monticello, the Monticello High School football team bid farewell to their senior class and kicked off against the Layton Christian Eagles with third place ...
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Monument Valley volleyball beats Whitehorse in Battle of the Drum
The Whitehorse High School volleyball team suffered a huge defeat in the last home game of the season against their rivals, Monument Valley, on Thursday, October 10. The straight-sets loss was espe...
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San Juan volleyball wins six, loses two
Last week was a busy one for the San Juan High School volleyball team. The Lady Broncos picked up a 3-1 win over Emery on Tuesday, October 8 before heading to Lehi, UT for the Wasatch Festival Voll...
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Proposition #10: County Committee to study changes to San Juan County’s form of government
Let's look at the pros and cons of Proposition #10 Yes: by Joe B Lyman No: by San Juan County Democratic Party
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Broad range of experience for new county adminstrator
Mack McDonald, the new San Juan County Administrator, recently took some time from a very busy schedule to meet with the San Juan Record.
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Elected officials meet from federal, tribal, state, county, and community groups
A group of elected officials met on Wednesday, October 2 in Blanding, including Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Congressman John Curtis. The group included tribal, federal, state, county, ...
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Bears Ears books authors at San Juan Record Bookstore on Oct. 17
The authors of two books focusing on the Bears Ears will visit the San Juan Record Bookstore on Thursday, October 17 at 7 p.m. The bookstore is located at 49 South Main Street in Monticello.
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San Juan High School girls soccer concludes first varsity regular season with a couple wins
The San Juan High School girls soccer team closed out their regular season last week in convincing fashion with wins over South Sevier and Grand at home.
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Lady Buckaroos claim cross country title
For the first time in weeks, the Monticello High School cross country teams participated in only one race for the entirety of last week. They hopped across the state line on Friday afternoon, Octob...
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