October 2008
Thurman Harris
Thurman’s family traveled to Cedar Point during the summer on 1935 and Thurman was born in Urado, UT on December 18, 1935.
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David Guymon
David passed away Monday, Sept. 29, 2008, surrounded by angels and family in the Jordan Valley Medical Center, due to complications of ALS/Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
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Sculpture at Edge of the Cedars Museum brings controversy
A sculpture has been moved at Edge of the Cedars State Park and Museum in Blanding, just in time for the October 9 meeting of the Utah State Parks Board in Blanding.
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Water year was close to normal
All things considered, San Juan County completed a most unusual year during the recently completed water year: a year that was close to normal. In an area that is renowned for drought and flooding,...
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BLM continuing effort to restore native plants along Colorado River
During October and November, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Moab Field Office will continue its long term effort to remove invasive tamarisk and Russian olive and restore native vegetation alo...
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CEU-SJC in second year of grant to train health care professionals
CEU-San Juan Campus is in its second year of a federal grant to train “home-grown” health care professionals. Virgil Caldwell, project director, said the $1,260,893 grant from the U.S. Department o...
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Buck deer shot, left on La Sals
A buck deer was shot and left to waste on the La Sal Mountains sometime around August 29, 2008. The deer was skinned out and the hide, head and back straps of the animal were the only parts salvage...
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New book investigates infamous massacre
The San Juan Record is beginning a new book club. The first group will meet on October 30 at the newspaper office at 49 South Main Street in Monticello to discuss Massacre at Mountain Meadows by Ro...
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Preparedness guides distributed
Local residents may be seeing a valuable tool in their mailbox soon, an emergency preparedness guide distributed by the Southeast Utah District Health Department.
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Christmas tree fee may increase
The Manti-La Sal National Forest is proposing a fee increase for Christmas tree permits. As proposed, Christmas tree permits on the Manti-La Sal National Forest would increase from $5 to $10 per tr...
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