News Roundup
Woman killed in rock fall during camping trip
A 19-year-old woman was killed in San Juan County on May 7 when a rock she was sitting on broke away and fell.
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Goal to reduce water use 25 percent
A 25 percent reduction in water use is the goal as local municipalities attempt to deal with a prolonged drought in San Juan County.
May 08, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend
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Guard unit returns from Afghanistan
On April 25, the 624th Engineer Company Utah National Guard Unit returned from an eleven month deployment to Afghanistan, bringing back at least five San Juan County natives: Jesse Barton, Derrick ...
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“Creeper” may have returned
Monticello Police Chief Kent Adair is asking area residents to remain vigilant after a series of incidents possibly involving someone known as the “Creeper”.
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Schools set to develop concealed weapons policy
The San Juan School District is developing a policy regarding the possession of concealed weapons by properly-licensed employees at school. The possible policy was discussed at the April 16 meeting...
May 01, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 17 17 recommendations | email to a friend
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Wasatch Wind discusses impact of proposed wind farm
Representatives from Wasatch Wind discussed their proposed wind farm at an Open House held concurrently with the Monticello City Council meeting on April 23.
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Monticello hires new asst. city manager / recreation director
Oliver Brian Crane, a recent graduate of Brigham Young University, has been hired as the new assistant city manager and recreation director for the City of Monticello.
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Bomb scare grounds bus in Monument Valley
One week after a bombing at the Boston Marathon made Americans aware of the threat of domestic terrorism, a bomb scare disrupted the day for a bus full of tourists near Monument Valley.
Apr 24, 2013 | 0 0 comments | 16 16 recommendations | email to a friend
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Division of Indian Affairs director to speak at commencement
Building bridges through education and cooperation has been a lifelong passion for Shirlee Silversmith, tapped to deliver the commencement address for the Utah State University Eastern Blanding Cam...
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ALCO donates generously to school district
ALCO in Blanding recently donated more than 3,000 items to the San Juan School District, including hardware items, filters, paint, and more. The donation, which totaled $22,000, was put to good use...
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