Navajo Mountain, or Naatsis’áán as it’s known in Navajo, is a 10,000-foot high peak located in the southwest corner of San Juan County.
Even though more than two-thirds of San Juan County residents are not yet fully vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus, the interest in vaccinations appears to be dropping.
Throughout the months of April and May, the Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum will feature a display of historic silver bracelets and a book signed by famous Pueblo potter, Maria Martinez.
Utah State University Blanding is proud to have celebrated its class of 2021 on Friday, April 23.
It was an exceptionally nice day at Twin Rocks Trading Post. Outside the weather was hovering in the low 70s with a mild breeze from the west.
May 5 – Cinco de Mayo – is the date of this issue of the San Juan Record, so it’s the perfect opportunity to talk about chile peppers. Is it Chile or Chili?
The San Juan High School track and field team got another strong performance at the Eastern Utah Championship in Price this past Friday, April 30.
The Monticello girls golf team had another successful week when they traveled to Morgan on Tuesday, April 27 to play the Round Valley Golf Course, home of the North Summit Lady Braves.
Montezuma Creek resident Pfawnn Eskee received the Allied Professional Award from the US Justice Department’s Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) on April 23.