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Voting Rights issues focus of possible legal actions
The voting rights of the Native American residents of San Juan County is the topic of two separate legal claims. An ongoing legal action against the county claims that both the San Juan County Comm...
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First wedding in new Catholic church building
It is a time of new beginnings at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Monticello. The first wedding ceremony in a beautiful new chapel took place on August 15 when Jacob Regalado and Rachel O’Brien wer...
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Entrance and campground fees increase at area National Park sites
Entrance and campground fees at Canyonlands and Arches National Parks will increase on October 1, 2015, according to the Park Service, in order to fund important maintenance and improvement project...
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Group appeals Latigo wind farm permit
While crews are busily working on the Latigo Wind Park northwest of Monticello, another group has filed a protest to the San Juan County Planning Commission.
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Broncos drop opener to Braves, 26-7
Last Friday night kicked off the 2015 high school football season for most teams in the state of Utah, as was the case for the San Juan Broncos as they hosted the defending 2A state champs, South S...
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Monticello yard awards
August's beautiful yards have been awarded in Monticello.
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San Juan River waters return to normal, questions remain about long-term impact of mine water leak
After a flurry of fears and festering frustration at a federal agency, life appears to have returned to normal along the San Juan River in San Juan County. However, it is still unknown what will be...
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Local students return to school for another year
Nearly 3,000 students returned to class on August 13 at the 12 schools in the San Juan School District. Construction crews were busy putting the final touches on a number of summer projects, includ...
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Huck’s Museum and the promise of fried chicken
Before I can actually tell you about Huck’s Museum and Trading Post, I’ll need to tell how we got there in the first place. We had just spent several hours hiking and exploring the Old Pioneer Dugw...
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Strong turnout for Primary
Voters turned out in large numbers for a primary election, as local citizens in area communities determined which candidates will appear on the November 3 General election ballot.
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