News Roundup
Initiative to put Health Care tax on ballot in jeopardy
There are still more questions than answers about a request to put the future of the health care property tax on the November general election ballot.
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Easter Services planned
Christians throughout San Juan County will celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Sunday on April 8. Many churches in the area have special services and activities planned. They invit...
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Democrats plan county convention
San Juan County Democrats will meet in a County Convention on Tuesday, April 10, 2012. The convention will be held at the Community Center in Bluff, 190 North 3rd East next to the Senior Center.
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Mustache March
“Mustache March” is officially over for members of local enforcement. According to Chaz Black, the idea came as a way for officers to have some fun with each other.
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Whitehorse educator is SJSD Teacher of the Year
Robert Sanders, an industrial arts teacher at Whitehorse High School, is the 2012 Teacher of the Year for the San Juan School District.
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Bus ruling may cause challenge in Red Mesa
As of March 26, students from southern San Juan County who attend school in Red Mesa, AZ may find themselves without a ride to school. School buses will no longer cross state lines, leaving approxi...
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Group asks county to place health subsidy on ballot
“This issue, if not resolved now by allowing the citizens to have a voice in it, will continue to be the source of unnecessary conflict in the county. ...We need harmony in our county,” is the clos...
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Non-party candidate throws a twist into Commission race
The announcement of an unaffiliated candidate for the San Juan County Commission has thrown an unexpected twist into the local political scene.
Mar 21, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend
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Road closure issue continues to draw attention
“As elected officials of San Juan County, I feel like our responsibility is first and foremost to safeguard and protect the rights of the citizens of the county,” said San Juan County Commission Ph...
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Road battle heats up
“The Sheriff’s office believes the BLM had every intent to close the road,” said San Juan County Sheriff’s Lieutenant Alan Freestone regarding the investigation of the closure of road D0570 in the ...
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