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Flames destroy Monticello home
Flames rise from the not-yet-completed home of Nathan and Ramona Chamberlain in Monticello. The January 16 fire totally gutted the home, which was in the final stages of construction. The fire repo...
Jan 23, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend
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An interview with Monticello’s exchange student all-state athlete
Daniel Hassdenteufel, an exchange student from Germany, attends Monticello High School.
Jan 23, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend
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Tuesday hearing will address wild and scenic rivers on forest
A January 22 meeting in Monticello will give local residents a chance to comment on proposals to designate areas of U.S. Forest Service land in San Juan County as wild and scenic rivers.
Jan 16, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
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Thanks to emergency response heroes
More than a week has past since the deadly bus accident on Highway 163 north of Mexican Hat killed nine holiday travelers on their way home from a ski vacation. And yet the horror continues for man...
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New start for Monticello Council
The Monticello City Council started a new year with a few new faces. Two new councilmen, Scott Shakespeare and Jerry Ward, were sworn in at the January 9 meeting of the council. The two were put to...
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CEU-SJC Distance Ed program praised by Dept of Education
The College of Eastern Utah-San Juan Campus was recently honored by the U.S. Department of Education for their “GEM efforts” associated with a $1.8 million Title III grant the school received four ...
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A memorable shrine in the heartland
I wept at the Vietnam Memorial in Washington D.C. on my first visit many years ago. My finite brain had simply been unable to get itself around the number 55,000 until I visited that wall of marble...
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Bluff gets ready for the 10th annual balloon festival
Bluff, Utah has proven itself to be a tiny town filled with big ideas. What is most amazing is these big ideas do not merely rest in our overactive imaginations, but have been brought to fruition o...
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Tragic bus accident claims the lives of nine on Hwy 163
Nine people were killed in a tragic accident on January 6 when a packed passenger bus rolled off Highway 163 five miles north of Mexican Hat
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New Years Baby
The New Years Baby arrived on New Years Day, 2008 when little Clayton James Pehrson was born at the Blanding Birthing Center. The son of Crystallyn and Ryan Pehrson, Clayton joins brothers BJ and J...
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