October 2009
Newspapers Rock! 10K
An enthusiastic group of racers completed the third annual Newspapers Rock 10K race under perfect conditions on October 10 in Indian Creek Canyon.
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First phase of the new Monticello Airport nearly complete
Schmidt Construction of Cedar City has pulled all their heavy equipment off the new Monticello airport site. During the summer, they moved hundreds of thousands of yards of earth. They have created...
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Rotary Club coming soon to Monticello
Rotary is the “Grand-Daddy” of all service clubs. Founded in 1905, Rotary International has become the world’s leading international service club located in 211 countries and territories with 1,234...
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The Bronsons, Joe Cooper and the Fabled Happy Jack
Few who lived through it would argue against the fact that the Uranium Boom of the l950’s was the lynchpin that put San Juan County on the map.
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BES vs. MES Walk-a-Thon brings out students’ “healthy” side
Eighty students from Blanding Elementary School and 86 students from Monticello Elementary School, as well as some family and friends, participated in a BES vs. MES Walk-A-Thon on Saturday, October...
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An autumn’s view from Abajo Peak
Where did summer go? How could we already be into autumn, that lovely but most melancholy season of the year? Time just isn’t what it used to be.
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Kammy Palmer photos
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De Lamar Johnson Gibbons
De Lamar was born in Logan, UT, to Hyrum and Claudia Gibbons. He was the sixth of seven children. Many of his early memories were set against the backdrop of farm life during the Great Depression.
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Fall colors
Fall creates some spectacular colors in San Juan County, at least until the wind blows the leaves off the trees. Enter your photos in our Photo of the Week contest. We will pay $10 for each photo t...
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San Juan County sees significant rise in poverty
According to an annual report released by the State of Utah and the Community Action Partnership of Utah (CAP Utah), San Juan County has seen a 28.5 percent increase in the number of individuals li...
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