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Large group grouses at sage grouse hearing
More than 200 people crowded into the Monticello High School auditorium on February 7 for a public hearing on the proposed designation of endangered species status for the small population of Gunni...
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New Secretary of Interior has business background
Sally Jewell has been nominated to serve as the US Secretary of the Interior. If approved, Jewell would replace outgoing Secretary Ken Salazar.
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Seventh divisional title for Buckaroos
The Monticello High School wrestlers came into the South Division wrestling tournament on Saturday feeling pressure.
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Meeting to address endangered species designation for Gunnison sage grouse
San Juan County officials urge local residents to attend a hearing on February 7 on the possible designation of the Gunnison Sage Grouse as an endangered species. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. a...
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SJHS Royal places in elite solo competition
Samantha Walker, a student at San Juan High School, recently competed in the Southern Utah Elite Solo Competition, representing the San Juan Royals. Among all the 2A contests, Sam placed fourth wit...
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Wrestlers prep for divisionals
The Monticello High School wrestlers put on an exciting show on January 30 in a 58-15 win over the Grand County Red Devils. The Buckaroos started strong with Ben Barton putting up a win by fall ear...
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Do or die for three teams
Winter sports enter their penultimate week for three teams as San Juan boys and girls and Monticello girls face must wins to get into their respective state tournaments.
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New judge sworn in
On January 29, Blanding Mayor Toni Turk (left) administered the oath of office to Will Walker, Blanding's new Justice Court Judge. Walker replaces long time Judge James Harris, who has retired. Cou...
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Blanding community Wildland Fire Planning
Are you a landowner in or around the Blanding Community? Are you concerned about fire hazards on or around your property?
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Daily bus service coming to area
Twice daily bus service from the Wasatch Front to San Juan County will begin in April. Salt Lake Express Bus Service will offer transportation that initiates in Blanding and terminates at the Salt ...
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