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County considers special events facility near fairgrounds
San Juan County is considering the construction of a special events facility at the county fairgrounds in Monticello. A consulting firm is in the process of completing a feasibility study of the pr...
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December storms hearken the arrival of winter weather
Winter came to San Juan County with a vengeance in December, building a healthy base for the snow pack in area mountains and increase precipitation totals in the high desert.
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2008: A year in review

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In memorium of those who passed away in 2008
(Editor’s note: Each year, we run a list of friends near and far whose obituaries ran in the San Juan Record. This is a list of obituaries we received, not a comprehensive list of those who passed ...
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San Juan Record redesign culminates months of effort
We are excited and a little exhausted to know that you finally have a copy of our newly redesigned newspaper in your hands (or on your computer screen). Until this issue of the newspaper, the San J...
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SJHS vs. MHS boys basketball

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William Riley Hurst
William Riley Hurst was born in the Mormon Colonies of Old Mexico in l908. In l910, When Riley was two and a half years old, the family was driven out of Mexico by Poncho Villa’s forces during the ...
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Utes bust out and make believers
“Who am I, sir, 
A Utah Man am I!” The BCS busting Utes football team thoroughly outplayed an overconfident Alabama team last Friday night in the Sugar Bowl, stunning the Crimson Tide and the natio...
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A 17 foot snowman
A massive snowman, up to 17 feet tall, suddenly appeared in the middle of the road in Blanding after one of the recent blizzards. Courtesy photo
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Monticello religious leaders release statement of concerns
Religious leaders have released a joint statement outlining their shared concerns and values in an attempt to begin the process of identifying community standards in the Monticello area.
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