News Roundup
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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County, Nation at odds over recordings
The Navajo Nation has accused San Juan County of withholding public information by delaying a request for recordings of Commission meetings.
Feb 22, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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Buckaroo wrestlers claim runner-up trophy
It is a team filled with young talent and new recruits. The predictions throughout the season said they were a fourth place team, at best. Someone must have forgotten to tell them.
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Canyon Country Discovery Center – from a dream to reality
During the summer of 2011, I watched with interest the goings-on north of town as extensive utility installation took place, Highway 191 was widened to accommodate turning lanes, and a stunningly b...
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Bill may use water rights to develop on reservation
Culinary water for San Juan County’s Navajo residents on the reservation is on the minds of the San Juan County Commission and the Utah State Legislature during this legislative session.
Feb 15, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend
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Radiation fears still cloud the crash of Felon 22
From the time Felon 22 tore apart in the skies over Monticello, UT, in January, 1961, there were fears that atomic bombs on board the plane might have spilled radioactive debris.
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Price is Right to San Juan
The View Hotel, The View Restaurant and Monument Valley Trading Post was featured as the grand prize during the showcase showdown on the January 26 edition of the popular and long running game show...
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