News Roundup
No charges for Grayeyes or Nielson
It appears there will be no criminal charges related to the initial March 2018 complaint which challenged the residency of Willie Grayeyes after County Attorneys declined to file charges.
Jan 22, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 584 584 recommendations | email to a friend
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Bluff City Council approves Lyman Family Farms municipal disconnect and event alcohol permit
The Bluff Town Council held their second meeting of the year on Jan. 8 at the Bluff Community Center.
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Monticello City Council receives 2018 police department statistics
The Monticello City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting Jan. 8, a meeting that lasted just over two hours. As usual, the meeting started with an invocation or a prayer, which Mayor Tim Y...
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Blanding City Council hears reports in their first meeting of the new year
Blanding Mayor Joe Lyman was back in action, serving in his full capacity at the Blanding City Council Jan. 8 meeting. Councilwoman Kathrina Perkins served as Mayor Pro-tempore at the council’s las...
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Desert Rivers Credit Union cuts the ribbon on new Monticello location
Although they have been open since December at 16 East 200 South, Suite D in Monticello, Desert Rivers Credit Union held their official ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan. 11.
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Blanding teenager berated at concert for wearing Trump jersey
The Frontman for Australian band ‘The Amity Affliction,’ Joel Birch, slammed a Blanding teenager at the band’s concert in Las Vegas on Jan. 5, for wearing a “45 jersey,” with President Donald Trump...
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Date set for Willie Grayeyes, Kelly Laws hearing in Seventh District Court
A date has been set for the much-anticipated hearing in the Seventh District Court in Monticello for Jan. 22, at 9 a.m., according to court documents filed on Jan. 10. Judge Don M. Torgerson will h...
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2019 New Year's Baby
Kyla and Jonathan Brewer celebrated the birth of their son Allen Paul Brewer Jan. 3, 2019, at 4:09 a.m. at the San Juan Hospital in Monticello. Allen is the 2019 San Juan County New Year’s baby. Co...
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A sacred duty – elected county officials take their oaths of office
Willie Grayeyes sits in the front row of the commission chambers in the San Juan County Courthouse on Monday, Jan. 7 with his family.
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Federal Judge drops suit against SJC Clerk/Auditor
On the same day that Willie Grayeyes was sworn into office as a newly elected member of the San Juan County Commission, United States District Judge David Nuffer agreed to dismiss the lawsuit filed...
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