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Monticello City Council hears about road woes
The orange barrels have disappeared and the months of road construction appear to be behind the City of Monticello for now, but controversy over the project continues as is evident by comments and ...
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San Juan County libraries enter a new era
One year ago, San Juan County Commissioners Bruce Adams and Lynn Stevens met with the Library Board, expressing their strong concern over sharply escalating costs for offering Bookmobile services.
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Keeping out the riff raff... How to find solitude in the 21st Century
There was a time in the not too distant past when the vast tracts of public land in Southeast Utah seemed more than adequate to lose oneself in.
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Backyard visitors
Backyard visitors in Monticello. Enter your photos in our Photo of the Week contest. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record. You can email your entries to sjrnews@frontiern...
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New $2.2 million Monticello pool is underway
Crews from Tri-Hurst Construction and Hogan Construction are hard at work on the construction of a new seasonal swimming pool in Monticello, with an anticipated opening in June, 2010.
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Monticello business owners meet with UDOT
While road construction has been an annoyance or an inconvenience for many Monticello residents for the past two summers, it has been a significant threat to businesses that rely on the tourism trade.
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Harold Drake, Sr... A life of service
Four days after Christmas in l922, a Navajo father took his tiny, premature new-born son from his hogan into the bitter cold. He placed his son on a blanket on the frozen ground and began chanting ...
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A few leaves left
Most of the cottonwood trees in Montezuma Canyon are now naked and ready for the long winter ahead. A few, however, are still covered in shimmering gold. Mother nature saves her best for last. Ente...
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Broncos claim 2A state football title
The San Juan Bronco football team brought home a fifth state championship trophy to Blanding after defeating the South Summit Wildcats 7-0 on a snowy field in Salt Lake City on November 14.
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County, schools may expand library options
San Juan County is considering a proposal to eliminate bookmobile service and create small satellite libraries at communities throughout the county.
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