News Roundup
Bears Ears Advisory Committee set to meet
The Bears Ears National Monument Advisory Committee will meet for the first time this week in public meetings in Monticello on June 5 and 6.
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City, town council hopefuls must register by Friday
Candidates for local municipalities have until Friday to sign up for open spots on city councils.
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Annual San Juan County visitors guide released
School is out, and while the weather is still fighting its way out of a wet winter, summer is about to begin! The San Juan Record is delighted to release the sixth annual 101 Ways to Experience San...
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Monument Valley Trails is ranked at the top of the list among the ultimate road trips in America
San Juan County residents live in one of the most glorious locations in the country (many would say in the world). That strong and maybe slightly biased opinion was backed up by some fact – or at l...
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Monticello City Council sets water rates, discusses preliminary budget
The Monticello City Council adopted Stage 1 Residential Water Rates for secondary water users this summer at their May 21 meeting. The council initially intended to use Stage 2 rates but made the c...
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Spanish coins found in San Juan County believed to be from modern collection
Two centuries-old Spanish coins found near Lake Powell last September are authentic, but were determined to be a part of a modern coin collection. That’s according to Glen Canyon National Recreatio...
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Blanding City reaps the benefits of new Dry Wash Reservoir pipeline
This spring, Blanding is reaping the benefits of a new Dry Wash Reservoir pipeline that was completed in the fall of 2018. It is the most recent advancement in a series of great strides the city ha...
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Students qualify for National History Day contest
Four students from San Juan High School earned the right to represent Utah at the National History Day contest with a state championship effort at the Utah History Day State.
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Commissioners decline referendum application
San Juan County Commissioners met for four hours on May 21 with a full agenda and 95 pages of supporting documents. The meeting proceeded slowly but smoothly, for the most part. As has been the cas...
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School Board approves salary increase for teachers
Teachers in the San Juan School District will receive a three percent salary increase for the upcoming school year as part of a 5.06 percent overall increase in compensation.
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