News Roundup
Judge blocks reopening of election lawsuit
At a court hearing on July 2, Federal Judge Robert Shelby summarily rejected a motion to reopen the contentious voting district lawsuit, with a lecture to attorneys to work together to solve proble...
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Students earn high honors at national FBLA event
Ashley Berrett of San Juan High School received national recognition at the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Awards of Excellence Program in Baltimore, MD July 1. 
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Blanding City Council adopts new tax rate
The June 26 meeting of the Blanding City Council was very brief. The council unanimously adopted a property tax resolution that will slightly lower property tax. This resolution adopted the General...
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A Parade of Stars in Blanding’s July 4th celebration
Every year, the City of Blanding hosts San Juan County’s Independence Day celebration. A parade, food, games, sports competitions, and fireworks make this event one of the most memorable of the sum...
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Kay and Ila Johnson are the July 4th Grand Marshals
Blanding is small. There are not very many of us here. But, somehow there are still a few people we do not know. Many of you already know Ila and Kay Johnson. For those of you who don’t, I am thril...
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Blanding City hires a full time Economic Development Specialist
by Kara Laws Contributing writer Blanding City has officially hired Pratt Redd as the first ever Economic Development Specialist.   For the last year, talk of economy development has come up in Bla...
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Voting controversies, legal filings surround June 26 primary election
Elections issues in San Juan County were the focus of several filings in federal court in the past week, during the run-up to the June 26 primary election.
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New filing in federal court asserts San Juan County failed to make changes
On June 12, a motion was filed asking Judge Robert Shelby to reopen the original voting rights case because of allegations that San Juan County and County Clerk John David Nielson had failed to imp...
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Willie Grayeyes files motion in federal court alleging his removal from ballot was unconstitutional
Willie Grayeyes and Terry Whitehat recently filed an action against Utah Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox, San Juan County Clerk John David Nielsen, San Juan County Attorney Kendall Laws, San Juan C...
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Fire restrictions throughout area, but July 4th fireworks show goes ahead
What is a Fourth of July celebration without fireworks? Luckily, San Juan County residents will not have to find this out, even in this drought season.
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