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Ruess remains identified?
One of the enduring mysteries of the Canyon Country may be solved, with the anticipated announcement that the remains of Everett Ruess have been found in San Juan County.
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Northern public schools make annual report to school board
Schools in northern San Juan County made their annual report to the San Juan School Board on April 15.
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Deadly bus was traveling 88 MPH
The National Transportation Safety Board in Washington D. C. released its findings last week on the horrific bus crash which killed nine people and injured scores of others in San Juan County on Ja...
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New employees at Monticello High
Monticello High School has announced that four new teachers wil join the faculty in August.
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Dramatic firsts for San Juan Broncos
The San Juan High School drama team had another wonderfully successful season at the region drama competition and state drama festival.
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MHS drama excells at State
On April 17, 20 students from Monticello High School traveled to Nephi, UT to participated in the State Drama Festival.
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LaVerda Barton Jensen
“I have been a school supervisor, a principal, and a superintendent for 25 or more years and I say without hesitation that, never in all those years have I seen or become acquainted with, a more ex...
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The Young Brothers
In 1953, when the first uranium boom was in its infancy, Clyn P. Young of Monticello decided to try to make “mucking” (getting the blasted ore out) mines easier. Up until then, mining uranium was a...
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Mom is gone
My too kind and loving wife had to leave town to attend a seminar for a few days. So she sorta left me in charge. Well, mostly I was in charge. She looks back and forth at Daniel and me to decide w...
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Monticello VMTE receives additional funding
Local leaders of the Victims of Mill Tailings Exposure (VMTE) were elated last week to receive an additional $381,000 in federal funding. This money, along with funds already received, and an appli...
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