Since our 1991 pickup wouldn’t start, we left it at Cunningham Gulch and bumped down the road to Silverton in Ron Blackburn’s truck.
It was Wednesday, August 17, 1977, and I was parked at the jeweler’s bench located in the backroom of Blue Mountain Trading Post.
October 13, 1977 ~ July 31, 2021
On August 11, James and Neva Lyman will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary by having a small family gathering at Pioneer Park on South Main street from 2-4 p.m.
Bridge Evaluation Underway for Main Route to Lake Powell from Eastern Utah.
The Cottonwood Wash Bridge is closed until further notice on Highway 95, about nine miles west of Blanding.
A sea of purple in the La Sal Mountains. Tiffany Smith photo
After months of dry weather and deepening drought, July brought much-welcomed relief to San Juan County.
An update on the Blanding Wellness Center fire suppression sprinkler system, preserving a historic building, and plans to possibly increase city involvement in a nuclear power plant were all items
The Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems (UAMPS), the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA), and Blanding City have entered into an agreement to provide essential electrical service to homes in
A primary election for a Blanding City Council seat will be held on August 10. Blanding residents Robert Lyman, Colby Monson, and Kellen Nielson are all candidates for the two-year seat.