Preparedness guides distributed
Local residents may be seeing a valuable tool in their mailbox soon, an emergency preparedness guide distributed by the Southeast Utah District Health Department.
The story is told of the member of an Indian tribe trying to describe to a friend the kind of man their chief was. The best explanation he could give was, “he makes many, many, many tracks.”
Ethan Wilcox gets a kick out of playing soccer during a beautiful fall afternoon in San Juan County. Staff photo
Driving lessons for Joseph
I have a friend; we’ll just call him Joseph. He isn’t very old; but I am old and don’t act like it, so who’s to judge? Neither of us claim maturity or better than average driving skills.
The end of the world!
Well, that’s kind of what it looked and felt like last Wednesday, as a huge plume of smoke rose in the air above “The Mountain” a.k.a. the La Sals. My first thought – no, don’t ruin my camping week...
Summer clouds slide over the Abajo Mountains during the spectacular weather that has marked the summer of 2008. Gary Torres photo