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Four Corners Indian Art Market is May 1
Where can you take the family to enjoy a full day of fun, discovery, quality performance, and entertainment at no cost?
Apr 21, 2010 | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend
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Despite deaths, antiquities raid cases moving ahead
Despite the deaths of two accused men and the death of the undercover operative at the heart of the case, charges are moving forward in cases related to the June 10, 2009 antiquities raids in Bland...
Apr 14, 2010 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
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County may implement new 1% restaurant tax
San Juan County is considering a new tax that could help generate up to $250,000 a year in sales tax revenue. The proposed Tourism, Recreation, Convention and Cultural (TRCC) tax would impose a one...
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Weight-loss group therapy classes offered
America is one of the richest, most progressive countries in the world. So why would CBS News release the following statement earlier this year describing our current American population: “This cou...
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Monticello Elementary School's students of the month
Monticello Elementary School Students of the Month include: (top row left to right) Hannah Getter, Tawna Wells, Trinalee Hatch, Ashton Munson, Keenan Hatch.Middle row:  Cole Patterson, Erick Montag...
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An elk in the hole is worth two in the bush
Local wildlife officials are still puzzled by a recent find in the wilds of San Juan County. A massive bull elk apparently was killed after it fell into a hole. Officials state that the elk was bas...
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Monticello manager resigns
Monticello City Manger Myron Lee submitted a letter of resignation to the city council on April 2. Lee said that he has accepted a new position in the St. George area and will start his new job on ...
Apr 07, 2010 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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Pondering at the pump
I know that I may be fighting a losing battle here. However, after a few recent letters to the Editor and the Life is Good article on page 7, I feel that the opposing viewpoint needs to be expresse...
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Legislature passes 2-year extension of trust fund programs
The Utah State Legislature has passed Senate Bill 237, which provides for the continuation of college level financial aid to Utah Navajo students and the continued use of funds for pre-approved hou...
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Bluff group purchases archaeological site
The Southwest Heritage Foundation of Bluff is celebrating its recent purchase of an extensive archaeological site located at the base of the iconic landmark Navajo Twins rock formation in Bluff.
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