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Beautiful spring in northern San Juan County
Spectacular sandstone canyons and the snow-covered La Sal Mountains loom over Kens Lake in northern San Juan County. Tom Ogden photo
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State estimates 125 homeless in San Juan
There are 125 homeless residents in San Juan County, according to a new study released by the State of Utah.
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Winter was third wettest since ‘86
The winter of 2007-08 was the third wettest since a computerized measuring station was installed at Camp Jackson in 1986.
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Monticello City Council addresses golf course, deer control, drugs
It seems that in spite of stiring up anger among some members of the Monticello City Council, Mayor Doug Allen made a good decision when he made changes to a March 26 agenda item regarding the crea...
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Gordon Dam and Reservoir under study for expansion
The San Juan County Commission released a letter from the State of Utah detailing deadlines for the testing, design and cost estimates of proposed dams at Clay Draw and Gordon Reservoir sites now u...
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Spring runoff
Although the spring runoff has not started in earnest because of cold temperatures, enough of the low elevation water from Pole Canyon and Pine Draw has joined with South Creek (photo above) to rai...
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Hold that note is April 22
The Kigalia Fine Arts Council is proud to present “Hold That Note” on Tuesday, April 22.
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Meet Monticello’s new City Manager
Myron W. Lee took the reins of day-to-day operations at the Monticello City office on March 31. He comes to the job with a broad background in public relations, communications and management.
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Bluff moves to wastewater solution
Slowly and steadily, Bluff is moving toward a long-term solution to wastewater problems. Another step in the process is the release of a recommendation on a community-wide waste water system. A hea...
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More water woes at Navajo Mtn
Problems are anticipated this summer with the community water system in Navajo Mountain, but the problems are designed for a long-term resolution.
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