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Churro Sheep group to hold national meeting in Monticello
The Navajo-Churro Sheep Association will hold their 2008 national meeting in Monticello. Sheep breeders from all over the United States will gather together to discuss issues that affect their indu...
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Hit with a haymaker
It would most certainly have been a declaration of independence, had it been a permanent truth. As it was, it was a curious announcement of sorts, placed on the back page of the San Juan Record (as...
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Driving lessons for Joseph
I have a friend; we’ll just call him Joseph. He isn’t very old; but I am old and don’t act like it, so who’s to judge? Neither of us claim maturity or better than average driving skills.
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The end of the world! 
Well, that’s kind of what it looked and felt like last Wednesday, as a huge plume of smoke rose in the air above “The Mountain” a.k.a. the La Sals. My first thought – no, don’t ruin my camping week...
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Blanding has in with rainmakers
For the second month in a row, Blanding has had more rain than normal, compared with less rain than normal in other area communities.
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Summer mountain
Summer clouds slide over the Abajo Mountains during the spectacular weather that has marked the summer of 2008. Gary Torres photo
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Tragic auto accident claims the lives of two Monticello women
Two Monticello women were killed on August 20 in a violent accident at the main intersection in Monticello. Alice Rogers, age 68 and Nereece Johnson, age 83, were killed when the vehicle they were ...
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J. P. Gonzales – A century of service
Jose Prudensio Gonzales arrived in Monticello with his family in March of 1900 at the age of 16. He lived for nearly a century in this small community at the foot of the Blue Mountains.
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Fall sports seasons begin with a bang
We always told our kids when they were teenagers, “There is always safety in numbers.” The San Juan Broncos were elated on August 22 in Kanab that the winning number was a safety, with a 22-19 win ...
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Victims of Mill Tailings Exposure golf tournament
Nearly $10,000 was raised for the Victims of Mill Tailings Exposure at a tournament on August 23 at the Hideout Golf Club in Monticello. The event was sponsored by Young’s Machine and Monticello Ho...
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