News Roundup
Radiation fears still cloud the crash of Felon 22
From the time Felon 22 tore apart in the skies over Monticello, UT, in January, 1961, there were fears that atomic bombs on board the plane might have spilled radioactive debris.
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Price is Right to San Juan
The View Hotel, The View Restaurant and Monument Valley Trading Post was featured as the grand prize during the showcase showdown on the January 26 edition of the popular and long running game show...
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San Juan Mission Symposium is February 17
In connection with the Charles Redd Center’s 40th anniversary, the Escalante/Hole-in-the-Rock Heritage Center is hosting the San Juan Mission Symposium on Friday, February 17, at 6:30 p.m. The even...
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Wind energy firm declares bankruptcy
An anticipated multi-million dollar investment in wind energy infrastructure in northern San Juan County has been put on hold, possibly indefinitely.
Feb 01, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend
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Revisiting the crash of Felon 22
When Capt. John Marsh filed his flight plan on Thursday, January 19, 1961, he anticipated a routine eight-hour night flight for training purposes. He and the six men who made up his flight crew wer...
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Potash Development in Dry Valley looks promising
San Juan County Commission Chairman Bruce Adams said last week that the long-awaited potash mining development near Hatch Rock north of Monticello is expected to begin on-site work soon.
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SJC is concerned about BLM Beef Basin project
“It always makes me leery when the BLM takes on a big project like this. It seems like what it will result in is some restricted access...” said San Juan County Commissioner Phil Lyman in response ...
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Martin Luther King, Jr. Day walk
Volunteers of America, Utah and the San Juan RSVP Advisory Council extend their appreciation and thanks to all the event sponsors, donors, and participants of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Walk o...
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San Juan County sued by tribe over districts
San Juan County faces a new lawsuit in federal district court alleging that the voting districts to determine county commissioners are unconstitutional.
Jan 18, 2012 | 0 0 comments | 13 13 recommendations | email to a friend
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Ongoing effort to increase news coverage
The letter to the Editor from John K. Black may raise a number of questions. I have run John Black’s letters for nearly 20 years. He generally writes an incendiary letter that includes a number of ...
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