November 2008
Commissioners approve property tax exempt status for Blue Mountain Hospital
At the November 17 meeting of the San Juan County Commission, commissioners approved tax-exempt status for the Blue Mountain Hospital in Blanding. The facility, which is looking to open in 2009, fa...
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A billion is a bunch
Recently, I heard a wise man say that the average human being simply cannot get his brain around the concept of how many is a billion.
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Grand opening for Sandstone Tire
The newest business in San Juan County had a grand opening on November 14. Sandstone Tire, located at 145 East Center Street in Monticello, features a full range of tires, oil changes and wind shie...
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Questions for answers
The missus and I were coming back from Cortez the other day where we had gotten into an argument and we hadn’t solved the problem by coming to the realization that I am an idiot and was wrong the e...
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Mildred “Midge” Posey
Funeral services for Mildred “Midge” Posey, a longtime Cortez resident, were Saturday, November 15 at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Empire Street Chapel. Interment followed at th...
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A Monument Valley vista.
Gary Torres photo
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Arthur Edway Redd
Edway Redd, beloved father, grandfather and friend, passed away peacefully on October 26, 2008 in Salt Lake City, Utah. He was a long time resident and former mayor of Monticello. He and his wife, ...
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Houses of contemplation and thundermugs
While the focus of the “Giants” series has and will be to honor those great men and women who stood tall in San Juan’s history, it is also a goal to highlight true stories, events and influences wh...
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