July 27, 1946 ~ December 16, 2020
Splitting wood on a cold winter day. Adriann Crater photo
Energy Fuels has announced plans to begin processing monazite sands at their White Mesa Mill in San Juan County.
As part of the omnibus bill passed on December 21, Congress passed the Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Act.
Three San Juan County residents were included as part of the Time magazine issue featuring Guardians of the Year, including Utah Navajo Health System employee Pete Sands (pictured right).
Michelle Sonderegger is the Monticello Citizen of the Year for 2020 for her years of service to the community.
Distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine is beginning to roll out in San Juan County. Officials at local health care centers expect to receive the vaccine this week (after the press deadline).
Congresswoman Deb Haaland will be nominated as the new Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior. The Biden-Harris transition team announced the nomination on December 17.
A new mural is up on a water tank in Montezuma Creek. Utah Navajo Health System Public Relations Specialist Pete Sands had the idea to create the mural for the clinic in Montezuma Creek.
Several decades ago – as in probably 40 years – La Salian Bill Tatton and his Moabite son created life-sized Nativity figures.