Monticello residents are mobilizing to improve city parks and recreation programs by asking for a new part-time position to aid a department they see as stretched thin.
There is no other way to describe the Memorial Day Sunrise Service, held Monday morning at the Blanding Cemetery.
The Blanding City Council approved a flashing sign for safe pedestrian crossing and received reports about elections and the city airport at their May 25 meeting.
The Navajo Utah Commission discussed upcoming distribution of American Rescue Plan funds, plans to preserve the Oljato Trading Post, and Navajo veterans at their May 11 meeting.
Some time ago I received a telephone call from a man who said he ran an arts and crafts business in the east and wished to learn more about Twin Rocks Trading Post.
A lot of hard work and time has paid off for one recent Monticello High School graduate.
Recently, Native American runners participated in a 360-mile prayer run from San Juan County to Salt Lake City.
Before anyone gets their knickers in a twist, let me ease your minds by stating that the headline and subject matter of this column are not even close to being politically incorrect.