Leland W. Redd
This true story leaps off the page like a John Ford Western. In 1923, the last shooting battle between Indians and white settlers in the United States was fought in San Juan County. Combatants were...
Test scores on rise at Mexican Hat
Mexican Hat Elementary School continues a steady climb in academic achievement in Math, Language Arts, and Science. The number of students achieving Grade Level status in grades 1-6 has increased i...
Heartbreak homecoming at Whitehorse
An exciting back and forth football game between two evenly-matched rivals came down to the wire as Monument Valley pulled out a one point 28-27 win to spoil the Whitehorse homecoming on October 10.
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...
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.
The story is told of the member of an Indian tribe trying to describe to a friend the kind of man their chief was. The best explanation he could give was, “he makes many, many, many tracks.”