Covering the news in San Juan County over the past five weeks has been an incredible experience. Life has changed in dramatic ways for all of us.
The hallways and classrooms are deserted. The gymnasiums and cafeterias are silent. The school buses are empty.
Two students from San Juan County earned the title of Sterling Scholar and 17 more were named runners-up at the annual Southeast Utah Sterling Scholar competition.
As the Mormon pioneers who went through the Hole-in-the-Rock from 1879 to 1880 drew near to their final destination in southeastern Utah, they encountered a formidable barrier known as Comb Ridge.
Attached to the cash register at Twin Rocks Trading Post is a piece of tape. On that tape is a handwritten note. The note reads, “Navajo Wedding Rug.”
July 5, 1942 ~ April 19, 2020
Mobile testing unit testing at UNHS in Navajo Mountain yesterday and today, and at UNHS in Monument Valley on Thursday and Friday.
Mobile testing may result in increase in diagnosis of COVID-19 cases
The State of Utah has withdrawn a program that asked travelers to complete a COVID-19 travel declaration form when entering the state.
San Juan County does not plan to implement a significant increase in property tax rates at the current time.
With stay-at-home orders issued amid a worldwide pandemic, now is the perfect time to grow a garden.