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Gloria Foy Wrathall
Gloria Foy Wrathall died on January 28, 2010, after a long illness. She was born on November 30, 1927, to Vera Kathryn Palmer Foy and Claude Harold Foy of Monticello, UT.
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Heavy snow
The accumulation of several weeks of snow resulted in the collapse of the southern end of the maintenance shed at the Hideout Golf Course in Monticello. Crews were busy shoveling snow off the remai...
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William Morley Black: Father of thousands
William Morley Black is somewhat of an enigma for our purposes in this series. On the one hand, he only lived in San Juan County for a little over two years, which would normally eliminate him from...
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San Juan’s Michelangelo
How would you like to start selling your drawings in the fourth grade for a nickel and 20 years later command $65,000 for a single work of art?
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Blanketing snow
A white blanket of snow covers the Abajo Mountains west of Monticello during a glorious, sunny morning. Enter your photos in our Photo of the Week contest. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs ...
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A Goliath among the Giants: Lemuel Hardison Redd Jr.
Albert R. Lyman, who served for many years with Lemuel H. Redd Jr. in the San Juan Stake Presidency, knew the man about as well as anyone. Said Lyman, “The history of Bluff up to l906 is, in a gene...
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The long way home
The Sunday after Thanksgiving is traditionally the busiest travel day of the year. Airports and flights are crowded and the weather can be bad. If you travel on that day, the chances are that you m...
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Preparation for the Feast of the Sacrifice
It seemed that the remarkable souks (markets) in the Old City of Jerusalem were more crowded than normal. The sights and sounds and smells of the Old City are always an unforgettable experience. Wh...
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Environmental groups involved in biggest sell out since railroads
The fact is, in the last decade, mainstream environmental groups have been co-opted, again and again, from coast to coast, by wealthy entrpreneurial benefactors with agendas that have nothing to do...
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Tsébii'nidzisgai groundbreaking
Seven-year-old Megan Adakai, a first grade student at Mexican Hat Elementary School, was the best dressed ground breaker at the January 14 ceremony to begin construction of Tsébii’nidzisgai Element...
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