News Roundup
More changes at SJ Hospital
The San Juan Health Service District has experienced significant changes in the past six months.
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San Juan Credit Union celebrates new headquarters
San Juan Credit Union celebrated the opening of their new headquarters in Blanding with a gala open house on Saturday, July 12.
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Benally wins primary race
Rebecca Benally is the winner of a June 24 Democratic primary election for a San Juan County Commission seat.
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Officials call primary election process a success
The June 24 San Juan County Primary election saw it’s first exclusive mail-in ballot run smoothly, according to officials.
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New decor business opens in Monticello
Monticello’s newest business, Addison’s Attic, recently opened. The store, at 16 East 200 South, is full of home decor, beautifully displayed and well priced.
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Deer fence started between Blanding, Monticello
The State of Utah is considering installing miles of wildlife fencing to keep deer off the highway between Monticello and Blanding. Details were discussed at a May 16 meeting of the Utah Transporta...
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County loses Salt Creek Canyon Road battle
A federal appeals court has rejected an attempt by San Juan County to claim access to the road in Salt Creek Canyon in Canyonlands National Park.
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Forecasting a wet spring, early summer
The National Weather Service has released a 90-day weather forecast for temperatures and precipitation in the area.
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Work continues to progress on new school
Workers continue make progress on the construction of a new Monticello Elementary School. The existing school will be torn down as soon as the school year closes in May. The $10.5 million project w...
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Good water, low output for well in Monticello
The new deep well drilled by the City of Monticello will generate culinary-quality water, but the volume of water is less than hoped for. The Monticello City Council discussed well issues at their ...
Feb 19, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 36 36 recommendations | email to a friend
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