News Roundup
Elected officials meet from federal, tribal, state, county, and community groups
A group of elected officials met on Wednesday, October 2 in Blanding, including Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Congressman John Curtis. The group included tribal, federal, state, county, ...
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Law enforcement officials respond to threat at SJHS
A social media threat on September 30 has resulted in an increased law enforcement presence at San Juan High School.
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First-ever Blanding Dutch Oven Days will provide fun for everyone Saturday, Oct. 5
This Saturday, the City of Blanding will host the first-ever Dutch Oven Days. The Blanding Chapter of the San Juan Chamber of Commerce is thrilled to bring local residents this incredible fall-them...
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County considers large property tax increase
A tax increase may be coming to property owners in San Juan County.  The county introduced the possibility at a Commission meeting in Blanding on October 1.
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Blanding City Council disagrees on proposed impact fee changes
The Blanding Council had a lively discussion about wastewater impact fees at their September 24 meeting. Councilmember Logan Shumway expressed concern at the dramatic increase in the wastewater fee...
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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.
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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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