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New BLM field office manager
Thomas A. Heinlein is the new Monticello Field Office Manager for the Bureau of Land Management. Thomas comes to Monticello from Nome, Alaska, where he served as Superintendent of the Bering Land B...
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Northern schools report to school board
Administrators at the three public schools in northern San Juan County reported on activities at their schools at the March 12 meeting of the San Juan School Board.
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Closing a stellar high school career
Ashley Dowell is finishing a stellar high school career at Monticello High. Look at all she has accomplished in four years. She was a three year varsity starter in volleyball, making the Tribune se...
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Playing in the mud
Brigham Nielson, one-year-old son of Dr. and Mrs. Josh Nielson of Blanding, recently discovered the magic of mud at his Grandmother Donna Jensen’s house. Initially planning to assist in planting pe...
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MHS Prom
Monticello Junior Prom royalty
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I Swear
I read the headline of the Terri Winder article, “No Cussing Week a Great Idea”. Of course my first thought was, DANG! “Oh, yeah, get real! A week?”
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March was another busy month for local seniors
Oh Spring!
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SJHS Prom
Under the theme of Starlit Paradise, the San Juan High School Junior Prom was a big hit on March 30. Prom Queen Jill Black and King Dillon Seely (left) are joined by 1st Attendants Kimber Mitchell ...
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Spring in beautiful San Juan County
This photo was taken on the White Rim Trail in Canyonlands National Park. The lighter rock of the White Rim is in the foreground; the three thousand foot red rock buttes are seen several miles acro...
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A look at the current satus of nuclear energy
(Editor’s Note: This is the second in a four part series on the Uranium Industry in southeast Utah. Last week, the history and legacy of the boom years of the 1950’s and 1960’s (locally) were exami...
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