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New LDS Stake Presidency in Monticello
Kurt Lewis (center) is the new president of the Monticello Utah Stake of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Lewis is joined in the Stake Presidency by councilors Steve Duke (left) and...
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New roads underway
Work is beginning to be completed after a busy summer of roadwork throughout the area. In this photo, nearly 30 children on Blue Mountain Drive in Monticello enjoyed the new pavement that was recen...
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Rock slide briefly closes Hwy 276 at Clay Hill pass
A rock slide on Utah Highway 276, as it climbs Clay Hill Pass, resulted in the closure of the highway to Halls Crossing on the afternoon of Friday, September 19.
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New health services building planned in Blanding
A new health services office in Blanding was the focus of a public hearing at the September 15 meeting of the San Juan County Commission.
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SJ Bronco homecoming
It is homecoming week at San Juan High School and a host of events are planned.
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UNHS to build new clinics in Montezuma Creek, Blanding
Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. (UNHS) has been slowly expanding its scope of services and facilities since it began operating in 2000, but the need for further expansion has always been a concern.
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Time running short for 101 Ways #sjr101 contest
Time is beginning to run out for local residents who are participating in the 101 Ways to Experience San Juan County contest.
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Yard awards in Monticello
You will find the home of Keith and Dee Cauley at the end of Monticello’s Meadowlark Lane, the home of the Xeriscape Award this month.
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Lady Bucks big win is at a cost
The Monticello Lady Buckaroo volleyball team kept their winning ways intact last week with two wins over rival-neighbors San Juan and Grand, but the price for the victory might have been great. 
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Old St. Joseph’s Catholic Church to be demolished
The building which has housed St. Josephs Catholic Church for the past 80 years, on South Main Street in Monticello, will be demolished in coming days.
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