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Crowds expected to gather for Easter weekend events
Tourists, visitors and worshippers will crowd the canyon country this week for the annual Easter weekend events. The massive Easter Jeep Safari, which is headquartered in Moab but spills into San J...
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Medical coders to receive national awards
Founders of CedarEdge Medical Coding, LLC will be in Washington, DC on May 17 to 19 to receive honors as the 2009 Small Business Administration (SBA) National Home-Based Business Champions of the Y...
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Local health department offers many services
The Southeastern Utah District Health Department encompasses all the communities of San Juan, Grand, Emery and Carbon Counties. P. O Box is 127 and telephone is 435-587-2021. The Office in Blanding...
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New law may help enforce child support laws
Navajo Nation Vice President Ben Shelly traveled to the Utah State Capital on March 30, with members of the Navajo Nation Child Support Enforcement Program to share in the success of House Joint Re...
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No foolin'
San Juan Record publisher Bill Boyle can count ten reasons he loves this issue of the San Juan Record. Staff photo
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San Juan Republicans gather
San Juan County Republicans gathered at a private catered dinner at the Lamplight Restaurant in Monticello on Thursday night (March 26). The event was the annual Lincoln Day Dinner.
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Improvements underway for SE Utah Visitor Center project in Monticello
A $285,000 grant from the Utah Department of Highways, along with additional funding and assistance from the San Juan Transportation District, will transform the east half of the block at Third Sou...
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The Young Brothers
In 1953, when the first uranium boom was in its infancy, Clyn P. Young of Monticello decided to try to make “mucking” (getting the blasted ore out) mines easier. Up until then, mining uranium was a...
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Auditions set for musical
Are you ready? Auditions for The King and I musical are Wednesday and Thursday, April 22 and 23, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at Monticello High School. Prepare for a one-minute singing and acting audition....
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Top ten spring stops
Gotta have more traveling TO spring stuff, don’t you think, since the wind and snow still abound? So here is my list, in no particular order, of the top ten places to travel TO spring in San Juan C...
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