News Roundup
Planning Commission promises dark skies plan for Spanish Valley
The chair of the San Juan Planning Commission promised during a meeting Wednesday, April 3 to pass a dark skies ordinance for Spanish Valley after many residents contacted commissioners and plannin...
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Sixth annual STEAM Expo invades USU Eastern-Blanding campus Friday
If riding bulls, flying drones, solving crimes, racing a pinewood derby, enjoying a magic show, and seeing elephant toothpaste sounds like a fun day to you, make sure you don’t miss the sixth annua...
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Lime Ridge corral case finally closed
The case is finally closed two years after a gate was closed on a corral on Lime Ridge in San Juan County. Mark Franklin, age 63 of Durango, CO, pled no contest before Seventh District Judge Don To...
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New Kenny Ross bio out
Canyon Country Explorations & River Lore: The Remarkable Resilient Life of Kenny Ross, is a well-researched tale about the life and experiences of a not well known character on the Colorado Plateau.  
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Rep. Curtis tours San Juan County
Congressman John Curtis recently made a whirlwind tour through San Juan County, arriving from the north and exiting to New Mexico.
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New BLM field manager has a familiar face
There is something new and something old at the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Gary Torres, our favorite emeritus columnist and former Cave Guy, was hired as the new manager for the Monticello Fi...
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Wet winter expected to turn into heavy spring runoff
After the third-wettest winter in the past 35 years, San Juan County is anxious to see area reservoirs begin to fill and possibly overflow.
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City of Blanding considering changes to water rates and impact fees
The City of Blanding is considering a change that may significantly alter the way that water rates are determined.
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History Fair honors triumph, tragedy
“Triumph and Tragedy” is the theme of the annual History Fair that was held on April 1 at the Utah State University Blanding campus.
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Concern about Spanish Valley planning efforts
A multi-year planning process to develop ordinances in Spanish Valley has been put on hold – at least for the short term – after a series of public hearings at the San Juan County Commission meetin...
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