News Roundup
Community Impact Board nears $1 billion in funding
The Utah Permanent Community Impact Fund Board is approacing $1 billion in funding granted or loaned to assist Utah communities in projects around the state.
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Family in need
A fund has been created at Zions Bank to assist a Monticello family that lost their home and many belongings in a fire.
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Voting district lawsuit still in federal system
Although the initial filing has been amended, a complaint against San Juan County regarding commission districts is still very much alive.
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New admin building on campus in Blanding
The just-completed Utah State University – Eastern Administration Building in Blanding is the culmination of creative solutions and innovation that distinguishes this can-do campus of 400 students.
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Looking for help at Bluff Fort
Last year, a strong team of couples helped at the Bluff Fort through the tourist season, but once again a shout out for volunteers is being sounded by Visitors Center Director LaRue Barton.
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Sheriff investigates road closure near Canyonlands
The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office has launched an investigation into the unlawful closing of a county road on BLM public lands.
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Utah Navajos increasingly concerned about trust fund
“I think it’s outrageous on the part of Navajo Nation to selfishly block the opportunity for the Oljato Chapter, and the seven Utah chapters, to address the problems that they have,” said San Juan ...
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MHS remodel will cost $2.4 million
The remodeling of Monticello High School is officially underway, as the San Juan School Board awarded a bid to Hughes General Contractors, of Salt Lake City, at the February 22 board meeting.
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Heath Service District Board Meeting
Another strong month at San Juan Hospital was the report given to the Health Service District Board on February 23.
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Scholars honored at March 6 ceremony
Monticello High School will host the annual Southeastern Utah Sterling Scholar competition on March 6.
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