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Eleven local winners named in annual Sterling Scholar competition
Students from the San Juan School District had a good night when the winners of the annual Sterling Scholar competition were announced.
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Out of the cave and into the light
Some of you have asked where I have been. I have been here in my cave waiting for the snow to melt. We have had lots of snow; I mean for a few weeks, it was like full time work to shovel snow.
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1A State Basketball Photos
The action was intense at the 1A state basketball tournament February 27 to March 1. The Whitehorse Raiders dropped a heartbreaking opening game to eventual runnerup Piute, but bounced back to clai...
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2008 Sterling Scholar Candidates

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FBI awards $75,000 for discovery of fugitive remains
In a quick ceremony on February 7, the Federal Bureau of Investigation presented Eric Bayles with a check of $75,000 for his discovery of the decomposed remains of fugitive Jason Wayne McVean.
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Man killed in Page, AZ known to many
San Juan County residents were saddened to hear of the brutal murder of a homeless transient in Page, Arizona.
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Trust Fund bill to Governor
The fate of the Utah Navajo trust fund is on the desk of Governor Jon Huntsman.
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New Visitors Center yet to open
The new multi-million dollar Monument Valley Visitors Center and Trade Center, completed more than a year ago, sits empty and idle with last year’s weed’s waving in the wind.
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“No literary merit in the book”
Last week I wrote an article for this paper that some took as a personal attack. To those individuals, I have apologized. My intent was not to find fault with any one person, program, or institutio...
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Schools have policy to deal with concerns
This is in response to the column titled “Any Suggestions” written by Terri Winder and published in the February 27 issue of the San Juan Record.
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