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Enrollment continues to drop in schools
The number of students in the San Juan School District continues a multi-year trend of decreasing enrollment, according to recently-released October 1 counts.
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Voters set to participate in November 2 election
Voters have their say this week, culminating in the November 2 general election that will determine a host of local, state and national positions.
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Tourism on the rebound in southeast Utah
Tourism has come back to southeast Utah in a big way in 2010 and has mitigated the unemployment rate in the area, according to a recent article in the Salt Lake Tribune. Job losses for this year in...
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Candidate profile: Mike Lacy
Incumbent for: San Juan County Sheriff
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Candidate profile: Rick Eldredge
Challenger for: San Juan County Sheriff
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Local cowboys in Mon. Valley photo shoot
When British Sky Broadcasting, the largest satellite broadcasting company in Britain, was looking for 50 head of horses and some cowboys to be featured in a commercial, they were put in touch with ...
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Monticello High School Volleyball Team
The Monticello Buckaroo volleyball team heads to the 1A state tournament this week with the top seed in Region 19. The Lady Bucks raced through the region schedule with a spotless record and look f...
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Cross country first of six state titles
Local cross country runners began a glorious four-week stretch of six state championship tournaments with their participation in the state cross country championships last Wednesday in Sugar House ...
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BLM decides to keep Arch Canyon open
The Bureau of Land Management issued a decision on October 13 that motorized use of the Arch Canyon road can continue. The decision was made by Monticello Field Office Manager Tom Heinlein.
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Uproar over email in City of Monticello
Monticello Mayor Doug Allen and the Monticello City Council spent much of their October 12 meeting debating recent concerns over the use of email for decisions related to the city.
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