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Television switch may be delayed
The national switch from analog to digital television has run into some snags, including a few in San Juan County. Agencies have been working for months to complete the transfer to entirely digital...
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Time for shopping or time for a nap?
I am not sure if I am getting old or just hate shopping; maybe both. I find more and more often that when I go shopping with my too kind and loving wife that instead of shopping, I would rather go ...
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Glowing Eagle
Send in your photos to be featured as a Photo of the Week. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record . You can email your entries to sjrnews@frontiernet.net. Photo submitted b...
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You Can’t Take It With You at Monticello High
On Wednesday, February 4 and Thursday, February 5, the Monticello High School Drama Club will perform You Can’t Take It With You , a comedy by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman.
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Musical planned for July
If you like to sing and perform on stage, take heart. There may be a role for you in The King and I , which will be presented on July 30, July 31, and August 1 in Monticello. You have three months ...
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Sheepherder submits to drilling, electric shock and finally the needle
Sometime last week, Federal Judge Ricardo Urbina ruled against 77 leases for exploration for gas and oil drilling, including 103,000 acres around the canyonlands of southeastern Utah.
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Bluff Balloon Festival

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Monticello sets snow removal priorities
Although snow has not fallen for several weeks in Monticello, it was definitely on the radar of the Monticello City Council during their council meeting on January 13.
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Schools may face budget cuts
With an economic downturn looming over the new session of the Utah State Legislature, organizations that rely on state funding are facing the prospects of significant budget cuts.
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Architect begins process for new school
MHTN Architects has been hired by the San Juan School District to begin the process of planning the new Monument Valley Elementary School. The contract was approved at the January 14 meeting of the...
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