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Blanding City Council supports Buy Local First plan
On May 22, the Blanding City Council agreed to support the Buy Local First campaign, suggested by the San Juan Chamber of Commerce, by putting $1,000 into the program.
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U.S. Congressional and Senate candidates
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Graduates set to receive diplomas at area schools
Diplomas will be presented to graduates of the San Juan School District at graduation ceremonies throughout the county.
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Environmental activist trial delayed
A tsunami of filings in the case against two environmental activists eventually resulted in a stay of the trial date.
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Marchers protest White Mesa mill
Dozens of activists and White Mesa residents marched along Highway 191 Saturday demanding action against the White Mesa uranium mill.
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Teachers win $4,600 incentive checks
Eighteen hard working educators in the San Juan School District received an unexpected surprise during the last week of the school year: a $4,600 bonus.
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Buckaroo tracksters finish second and seventh
The long track and field season was concluded in Provo on Friday and Saturday, May 18-19 with the 2018 Utah State Track and Field Championships at BYU’s Clarence F. Robison Track and Field Complex.
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Clerk removes Willie Grayeyes from election ballot
San Juan County Clerk John David Nielson has determined that Willie Grayeyes, a Democratic candidate for the San Juan County Commission, is not a resident of the second voting district.
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Water woes continue
Water woes continue in San Juan County as cities grapple with an almost non-existent runoff of snowpack from the Abajo Mountains.
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Environmental activist trial moved to Price
The May 23 trial of two environmental activists in Seventh District Court has been moved from Monticello to Price. Mark Franklin and Rose Chilcoat face charges, including felony charges, for an Apr...
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