News Roundup
National Guard group leads parade, deployed Wednesday
Soldiers from the 118th Sapper Company, based in part in Blanding, begin a one year deployment to the Middle East today, Wednesday, July 7.
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Canyon Country Youth Corps working with BLM plan
As part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the Monticello Field Office of the Bureau of Land Management has a cooperative agreement with the Canyon Country Youth Corps (CCYC) to ...
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Miss San Juan crowned
Kara Redd (center) was crowned Miss San Juan at the annual pageant on June 25. She is flanked by First Attendant Brooke Bowring (left) and Second Attendant Janessa Bowring (right). Courtesy photo
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School District to spend $47 million in coming year
The San Juan School District plans to spend $47 million in the next year after the school board approved a budget on June 21. The general fund for the school year is $30 million.
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New recreation director hits the ground running
Greg Westfall faces a full plate as he assumes the job of Monticello Recreation director. In addition to filling the shoes of Eddie Allred, who recently retired after 35 years coordinating recreati...
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Primary Election results
The June 22 Primary Election results. Winners will be advanced to the November 2 General Elections.
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Health District to open Spanish Valley clinic
The San Juan Health Service District plans to open a clinic in Spanish Valley in northern San Juan County. Health District CEO Phil Lowe outlined the plan at the June 21 meeting of the San Juan Cou...
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Canyon Country Discovery Center has a home north of Monticello
The Four Corners School of Outdoor Education is pleased to announce a home for the Canyon Country Discovery Center. The Discovery Center is designed to serve as a significant destination point for ...
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New pool to open soon
Work crews are busy making the finishing touches to the new seaonal swimming pool in Monticello. The new facility will open in early July, according to Ruth Skouson, interim city manager. However, ...
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Local pianists complete AIM tests
On May 7, 14 piano students from San Juan County participated in the Utah Music Teacher’s annual AIM evaluations. “AIM” stands for “Achievement In Music.”
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