News Roundup
The history of commission districts in San Juan County, Utah
Because history gives context and perspective to current situations, the history of commission districting in San Juan County bears repeating.
Sep 25, 2019 | 0 0 comments | 582 582 recommendations | email to a friend
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San Juan County agrees to $2.6 million settlement for attorney fees for seven-year voting rights/redistricting case
San Juan County will pay $2.6 million in legal fees to make a settlement in the massive voting rights lawsuit between the county and the Navajo Nation.  The settlement was approved at a special mee...
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Monticello City Council considers policy changes
The Monticello City Council held two public hearings on September 17 and considered a number of changes to city policy and ordinances.
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SJ School Board gets construction update, hears school reports
The San Juan School Board met on September 11 at Whitehorse High School in Montezuma Creek. Business Administrator Kyle Hosler provided a brief update of the progress on construction projects for B...
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New graphic highlights diversity of San Juan
The San Juan County Economic Development team commissioned a unique, graphic illustration of the county earlier this year. 
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No government form question on 2019 ballot in Grand County
Voters in Grand County will not weigh in on a proposed new form of government in the November general election.
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Fugitives caputured near Tonto Basin, AZ
Two wanted fugitives were captured by U.S. Marshals on September 11 after nearly two weeks on the lam.
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San Juan Record adapts to changes, expands to meet reader needs
The San Juan Record is in the process of developing a “2020 Vision” as the information industry continues to grow and transform.
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Judge rejects SUWA motion in public lands case
With a scathing rebuke, a federal judge rejected a motion by the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA) to become a full-party participant in a landmark public lands case.
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American marten found in the La Sals
An American marten has been spotted in the La Sal Mountains, answering a question that has been asked for many years.
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