News Roundup
Monticello hires Recreation Director
The Monticello City Council was introduced to Natalie Randall, the new parks and recreation director on Tuesday, March 24 at the conclusion of her first day on the job.
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Holiday gift from the San Juan Record
The San Juan Record is pleased to provide a holiday gift for all of our print-edition subscribers.
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Monticello City Manager tenders his resignation
Monticello City Manager Greg Westfall tendered his resignation on October 22, one day after a special meeting of the Monticello City Council.
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Monticello High School has a new principal
Lewis Whitaker will assume the principal duties at Monticello High School on November 1. Whitaker, who has served as the assistant principal at the high school for a little more than one year, repl...
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Public lands meetings begin this week
The future of public lands will be the focus of a series of meetings as San Juan County moves into the next phase in the process of creating a recommendation for the Bishop Public Lands Bill.
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Work progressing on new community center
Work is progressing on the new community center in Monticello. A joint project between the City of Monticello and San Juan County, the facility will house Senior programs, the Pro Club for the Hide...
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More than one-third of registered voters in county have already voted
More than one third of San Juan County voters have already cast their ballots with approximately one week remaining before the November 4 General Election.
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2014 San Juan County candidate profiles
Races include: County attorney, assessor, recorder, clerk, commissioner, school board, sheriff, treasurer, and surveyor
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Grounds for excessive force charges in antiquity raids
A Federal Judge has ruled that the family of Dr. James Redd may pursue allegations that a federal law enforcement agent used excessive force during the 2009 antiquities raids in Blanding.
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Five plead not guilty to Recapture protest charges
Five local men have entered a plea of not guilty to federal charges related to the Recapture Canyon protest on May 10, 2014. The men were involved in an October 17 hearing at the federal courthouse...
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