Why did the chicken cross the road? While many will answer with “to get to the other side,” it might actually be to save its own life.
Last Saturday, Ted, Oggie, and I drove to Blue Notch, the clay saddle between two massive red rock formations north of the Happy Jack mine in Red Canyon, hoping to photograph desert wildflowers.
Busy bees. Latoya Holliday Tsinigine photo
In one of the most unexpected conclusions to a school year ever, area students are set to receive diplomas this week from the five San Juan School District high schools.
Monticello High School will honor the graduating seniors of the Class of 2020 at a virtual graduation at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 20.
The senior class includes approximately 50 students.
San Juan High School is scheduled to award diplomas to 101 graduates this week.
More than 40 Whitehorse seniors will receive diplomas on May 23 at 9 a.m.
The graduates will participate in a ceremony that will be livestreamed at live.ksl.com.
Four Navajo Mountain High School seniors have earned their high school diploma.
The senior class at Monument Valley High School is set to graduate on Friday, May 22 with a virtual graduation at 2 p.m. The event will be presented on the MVHS Facebook page.