News Roundup
Area newspapers in national spotlight
Two Monticello-based newspapers are featured in a book that was a topic of discussion during a recent National Public Radio broadcast.
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On top of the weather, even when under the weather
We were pleased that Lewis Black received the prestigious John Campanius Holm Award from the National Weather Service. Lewis was presented the award at the September 26 meeting of the San Juan Coun...
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Ribbon cutting for new school at Monument Valley
Highlighting the month for the San Juan School District was the official opening of Tse’bii’nidzisgai Elementary School at Monument Valley on September 20.
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Homecoming at area schools
Homecoming activities will take place this week at Monticello and San Juan high schools.
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Census impact on voting districts is still unknown
San Juan County officials say they have not received the detailed Census figures quoted by a Navajo Nation official at the September 12 meeting of the San Juan County Commission.
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2010 Census shows diversity, poverty in San Juan
The spectacular scenery in San Juan County is not the only thing that differentiates the county from the rest of the United States.
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9-11 tribute
Many students at Monticello High School remembered the September 11, 2001 attacks by signing a huge tribute poster that stretched through the halls of the school. Students described what they would...
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Navajo Nation group seeks to redistrict Commission seats
A request to adjust county commission boundaries was presented at the September 12 meeting of the San Juan County Commission. Leonard Gorman, Executive Director of the Navajo Nation Human Rights Di...
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Woman killed in auto crash
Mary Bright, age 84 of Blanding, was killed on September 7 in an automobile / truck collision on Highway 491 east of Monticello.
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Black Oil sells wholesale distribution business
Craig Kellerstrass and J. Burton Black, both former Western Petroleum Marketers Association (WPMA) presidents, have announced Kellerstrass Oil’s purchase of Black Oil’s wholesale business.
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