News Roundup
Vote by mail fraught with problems
I have had an uneasy feeling about the mail in ballots.  It seems rather evident that there is a much greater possibility of fraud with mail in ballots than there are with traditional polling.  
Nov 11, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 69 69 recommendations | email to a friend
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Canyon Country Discovery Center preview is Dec. 3
The Four Corners School of Outdoor Education invites the community to an Open House for a first look at its new campus on Thursday, December 3 from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.
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Voters approve sales tax, elect council members
Although voters throughout the county participated in the November 3 general election, municipal elections garnered much of the attention.
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Nearly $100K restitution for protest
Federal Judge David Nuffer ruled that two San Juan County residents are responsible for nearly $100,000 in damages for their role in the May, 2014 Recapture Canyon protest.
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1.7 million pound transformer traverses San Juan County
Joe F. Lyman provides a little assistance to the 1.7 million pound transformer that made its way through San Juan County to Monticello this week. The entire load included 312 tires, six trucks and ...
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Man charged with homicide of brother
A Monument Valley man has been charged with first degree criminal homicide for the death of his brother.
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School enrollment drops

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Massive transformers on the highways destined for Monticello
Components for the Latigo Wind Park have been coming to Monticello for several weeks, including massive blades that are 209 feet long.
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Busy week for Lyman
It was a busy week for embattled San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman. On the same day that Lyman turned down the Commissioner of the Year award from the Utah Association of Counties (UAC), Fede...
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Soccer moms want new sport at San Juan High
High school soccer may be on the horizon at San Juan High School if a large group of parents and supporters are successful in creating a program.
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