News Roundup
Asst City Manager resigns
Just three weeks after a new City Manager began his work in Monticello, the City of Monticello has another leadership position to fill.
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Schools buy land in Bluff
The San Juan School District is purchasing 12.5 acres of ground on the highway west of Bluff as the possible site of a new school. The school board approved $501,500 to purchase the land at the Jan...
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No downed plane sighted
A Google Maps photograph that apparently showed a downed airplane in the wilds of San Juan County may have actually been a photograph of an actual plane in the air.
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Blanding discusses new community center ideas
The Blanding City Council discussed a proposed new community center at the January 13 council meeting.
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Monticello considers Dark Sky, Recapture resolution
Two items generated much discussion and community comment at the first meeting of the new year for the Monticello City Council. The January 13 meeting was also the first council meeting for new Cit...
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Man injured in shooting
A Monticello man was critically injured on January 10 when he was shot in the jaw with a .38-caliber pistol in what has been called a “freak accident”.
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A Factual History of Recapture Canyon
The facts surrounding the Recapture Canyon conflict date back long before May 10, 2014 or even the controversies of 2005. They also stem back to areas geographically located far away. All the same,...
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Newly-elected county officials sworn in
Newly-elected, as well as reelected, county officers were sworn into office by Judge Lyon Hazleton at the January 5 meeting of the San Juan County Commission.
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Poor grades for many local schools
The State of Utah has released grades for schools, including the local schools in the San Juan School District. The results are additional evidence of the challenge of educating the diverse populat...
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Judge removes court-appointed attorney for Commissioner Lyman
It is back to the drawing board for a legal defense for San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman after a federal judge removed his court-appointed attorney on December 23.
Dec 31, 2014 | 0 0 comments | 109 109 recommendations | email to a friend
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