EMS awarded a $3,000 grant
Montezuma Creek EMS was awarded a $3000 grant from the Rocky Mountain Power Foundation. The grant was written by Dustin Coggeshell, Montezuma Creek EMS Assistant Director, to improve radios and pur...
High winds cause damage in Blanding
Spring Break ended with a bang on March 22 when high winds caused damage at several locations in San Juan County, including the main intersection in Blanding. Power crews were busy making repairs t...
Master Editor & Publisher
Bill Boyle, my younger brother, editor and publisher of the San Juan Record, was recently awarded the Master Editor and Publisher Award by the Utah Press Association. Here is how he was introduced.
Photo of the week
The Shiprock landmark following a snow storm. Send in your photos to be featured as a Photo of the Week. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record. You can email your entries ...
Budget cuts hit jail... partially
The Utah State Legislature completed its annual session on March 12 and the result may have an impact on the San Juan County jail. On March 16, County Commissioners met via conference call with oth...
Monticello Council to close pool
After several weeks of discussion, and a successful funding session at the Community Impact Board, the Monticello City Council has decided to permanently close the existing city swimming pool and d...
Region History Fair
History Fair winners include Junior historical paper first place, Eli Beck, second place Bree Hosler, and third place, Justin Hitchins.
Clarence Frost lived an exemplary life and suffered an untimely death when he fell off the roof of his lodge at the Blue Mountain Guest Ranch. His was a life of constant struggle. The adversity tha...