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Thanksgiving storm salvages what had been a dry November
A Thanksgiving weekend storm salvaged what had been a warm and dry November. A number of area communities received a long-due drenching on November 26, 27 and 28.
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Top service, great prices at Get Go Signs & Grafix
Monticello residents will gather on Monday, December 8 for an annual tradition: the Shop at Home Christmas Parade. Sponsored by the Monticello Chamber of Commerce, the event is driven by the enthus...
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Wireless Broadband Internet to southeast Utah
Wireless Broadband Internet recently came to southeast Utah when Royce Electronics of Moab completed a new microwave system enabling broadband Internet access into Grand and San Juan counties. The ...
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BLM approves resource management plan for area
Bureau of Land Management Utah State Director Selma Sierra announces the release of the Record of Decision and Approved Resource Management Plan for the Monticello Field Office. The Record of Decis...
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Assembly ordinance questioned
San Juan County is considering a public assembly ordinance in an attempt to get a leash on large gatherings, primarily in northern San Juan County. They may need another leash to control San Juan C...
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Monticello Elementary School Students of the Month
Monticello Elementary School Students of the Month for November are: (Bottom row L to R) Lacy Jenkins, Colton Lewis, Joseph Boyle, Brayson Wilcox, Shelbie Musselman, Kennedy Brewer, McKayla Randall...
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The Goddess of Glen Canyon
There’s a rumor in the historic copper mining boomtown of Jerome, Arizona that river runner, rabble rouser, and eco-activist Katie Lee celebrated her 80th birthday by riding naked on her mountain b...
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Bluff Arts Festival this week
The 4th Annual Bluff Arts Festival scheduled from November 28 through November 30, 2008 will showcase the beauty, numbers and magic behind this year’s theme, “The Science of Art, The Art of Science”.
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Monticello City improvements
A new parking lot and retention basin for snow removal is complete in Monticello. Construction of the new fire and public works building on the west side of the block will begin this week. Staff photo
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Progress on new elementary school in Monument Valley
A new elementary school is on the drawing board for Monument Valley and the San Juan School District is moving forward on the selection of an architectural firm for the project.
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