News Roundup
Local schools set to resume on August 17
Nearly 3,000 students will return to classes on August 17 at the twelve schools in the San Juan School District.
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Primary election finishes Aug. 15
Voters who live in Blanding and county-wide voters who are registered Republicans will vote in an August 15 Primary Election. Ballots have been sent to the mailing addresses of the impacted voters....
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Drop in property values and property taxes
Property values in San Juan County dropped by approximately 3.4 percent in 2017, representing a $29 million drop in the local tax base.
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Council discusses swim passes for foster kids in Blanding
The foster care program in Blanding once again took center stage at the July 25 meeting of the Blanding City Council. It ended in the creation of a citizen-funded donation account for foster children.
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25K Job Tour coming on August 10
The 25K Jobs Tour of Rural Utah, in partnership with the San Juan Chamber of Commerce, will be in San Juan County on August 10. It runs from 4 to 6 p.m. at the San Juan County Fairgrounds.
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Trial for Sheriff, Deputies will stay in San Juan County
San Juan County Sheriff Rick Eldredge and two deputies will face charges in San Juan County and not in Salt Lake City after a July 25 ruling by Seventh District Judge George Harmond.
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Bluff incorporation process moves forward
The push to make Bluff an incorporated town cleared another hurdle last week when Utah’s Lieutenant Governor’s Office released a comprehensive feasibility study analyzing Bluff’s local economy.
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Federal Judge rules that election districts for School Board, Commission be redrawn, for the third time
Voting boundaries for the election districts for San Juan County Commission and San Juan School Board will be redrawn again after a recent ruling by a federal judge.
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Monticello considers private business proposals
Two economic expansion proposals were discussed at the July 11 meeting of the Monticello City Council.
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Blanding addresses swimming passes for foster children
A request from the foster care system was made to the Blanding City Council on July 11. City Manager Jeremy Redd presented a request to allow free swimming for foster children at the Blanding Welln...
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