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CEU-SJC facing budget cuts despite enrollment growth
With budget cuts looming over higher education statewide, increased enrollment at CEU-San Juan Campus brought some good news to school officials. Fall enrollment for the Blanding campus increased o...
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Monticello High School presents A Little Princess
Monticello High School drama students prepare with excitement for the presentation of the first play of the school year, Francis Hodgson Burnett’s delightful story, “A Little Princess".
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Mr. San Juan Pageant a huge success
The first of the Homecoming activities at San Juan High School, Mr. San Juan (hosted by San Juan High FBLA) was a huge success. Those in attendance enjoyed a marvelous evening of spectacular entert...
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Getter retires after serving 21 years in the U.S. Navy
Senior Chief Electronics Technician Ian L. Getter recently retired after serving 21 years in the United States Navy. Ian joined the 1457th Engineering Battalion in high school and made the Navy his...
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Winds are blowing on the field
“The wind always blows in Monticello” - so goes the first line of an early 1900s book about the history of the Forest Service in San Juan County.
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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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Rifle deer hunt starts October 18
Finding deer could be tough when Utah’s general rifle buck deer hunt starts October 18. More than 72,000 hunters, plus their family and friends, are expected afield for Utah’s most popular hunt.
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Sculpture at Edge of the Cedars Museum brings controversy
A sculpture has been moved at Edge of the Cedars State Park and Museum in Blanding, just in time for the October 9 meeting of the Utah State Parks Board in Blanding.
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Water year was close to normal
All things considered, San Juan County completed a most unusual year during the recently completed water year: a year that was close to normal. In an area that is renowned for drought and flooding,...
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