News Roundup
Maverik coming soon to Monticello
Crews work to demolish the old Blue Mountain Foods / Scrapbooks Etc. building on Center Street in Monticello. The demolition is the first step in anticipation of the construction of a new Maverik C...
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San Juan County Land Use proposal for BLM may have new life
The U.S. Department of the Interior has abandoned its proposed Wild Lands Initiative and is apparently ready to embrace a locally-driven process to develop wilderness proposals.
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Increased valuation could mean small drop in tax rate
Tax rates for San Juan County property owners could drop in the next year, due in part to a $120 million increase in property valuations.
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Rodeo Royalty announced
Ten contestants participated in the annual Blue Mountain Rodeo Queen pageant on May 18.
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Business spotlight: Blue Mountain Foods
This week, the Business Spotlight is on Blue Mountain Foods, which is owned and operated by Doug and Chris Allen, of Monticello.
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San Juan County EMS
Emergency Medical Technicians and First Responders from around San Juan County.
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Busy start for Sheriff
The past five months have been busy for the San Juan County Sheriff’s Department.
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Goals explained for Little Baullie Mesa fuels treatment project
Due in part to concern expressed by some residents about a recent project, the Bureau of Land Management released the following statement.
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VMTE organize dinner and Cancer Awareness Walk
One June 4, members of the Victims of Mill Tailings Exposure Committee (VMTE) sponsored a dinner in Monticello for cancer survivors and their spouses.
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Local piano students tested in AIM
Twenty-one San Juan County piano students participated in the Utah Music Teacher’s Association Achievement In Music (AIM) program this past month.
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