News Roundup
San Juan Record marks 100 years
Every week since September 29, 1915, the San Juan Record has carefully chronicled life in the isolated southeastern corner of Utah.
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Many local schools struggle with school grades
School grades have been issued, and for the second year in a row, schools in the San Juan School District did not do as well as hoped.
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Ntl Guard helps with Blanding pickup
A citywide cleanup day in Blanding on Saturday, September 19 was a huge success according to a report at the Blanding City Council. For the first time since 2009, residents and city employees had t...
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Rock slide briefly closes Hwy 276 at Clay Hill pass
A rock slide on Utah Highway 276, as it climbs Clay Hill Pass, resulted in the closure of the highway to Halls Crossing on the afternoon of Friday, September 19.
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New health services building planned in Blanding
A new health services office in Blanding was the focus of a public hearing at the September 15 meeting of the San Juan County Commission.
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UNHS to build new clinics in Montezuma Creek, Blanding
Utah Navajo Health System, Inc. (UNHS) has been slowly expanding its scope of services and facilities since it began operating in 2000, but the need for further expansion has always been a concern.
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Old St. Joseph’s Catholic Church to be demolished
The building which has housed St. Josephs Catholic Church for the past 80 years, on South Main Street in Monticello, will be demolished in coming days.
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Recapture hot potato as fourth judge says no
It appears as if there is a political and judicial hot potato at the federal court in Salt Lake City after the fourth federal judge in as many weeks stepped away from the sentencing of two San Juan...
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Wind project addresses permit concerns
The massive new sPower wind project, currently under construction north of Monticello, was the subject of a September 9 presentation to the San Juan County Planning and Zoning Commission.
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Annual San Juan ATV Safari takes place this week
ATV enthusiasts from across the country will descend on San Juan County this week for the 13th San Juan ATV Safari. The three-day event will begin on Thursday, September 10 and will culminate on Sa...
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