During the 1970s and ‘80s, “Thinking outside the box” became the watch phrase for solving conventional problems using unconventional means.
Monticello native Sarah Musselman finished in 33rd place in the NCAA cross country championships on Monday, March 15 and helped the BYU women win their fifth cross country national championship in
On a stormy, cold, blustery Saturday, March 13 in Moab, the Monticello track and field teams started the season at the 2021 Red Rocks Invitational hosted by the Grand County Red Devils.
The San Juan High School spring sports season began with a flurry of action featuring five of six teams this past week. Only the Bronco softball team did not get underway.
Now, as much as I enjoyed watching Bob Ross on PBS Saturday afternoons, my talent in painting went as far as that.
February 24, 1969 ~ March 2, 2021
Chris Toney Nakai was Turtle Clan (Assinboine Souix), Born for Kinlichiinii.
July 28, 1933 ~ March 13, 2021
Dudley John “DJ” Rowley, age 87, beloved husband, father, and grandfather, passed away on March 13, 2021 in his home surrounded by his loved ones.
New Mexico Congresswoman Deb Haaland was confirmed as the new Secretary of the U.S. Department of the Interior by the US Senate on March 15 by a vote of 51-40.
A newly-installed “local area” computer network will bring new educational opportunities to more than 500 homes in the farthest reaches of the San Juan School District.