The grandeur of Chesler Park in the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. Chris Jolley photo
An update on the Navajo Utah Water Settlement Act, discussion of more than $50 million for Utah Chapter projects, and a university study on firewood were all part of the most recent Navajo Utah Com
The number of COVID cases remains high in San Juan County, with 180 active cases on November 30. Those numbers are slightly down from the 215 cases in the past week.
Enforcement of a light ordinance, a public hearing for a grant and working out details of their new building was all part of a busy November for the Bluff Town Council.
Gentle Ironhawk Shelter, located in Blanding, is now open.
This domestic violence shelter for women and children opened its doors in October, 2021.
Featuring an incredible cover photo by Skyler Madison of Reflection Canyon on Lake Powell, the 2022 San Juan Record Photo of the Week calendar is ready for the new year and the holiday season.
Do Thanksgiving leftovers stocked in the refrigerator, and the thought of one more cold turkey sandwich make you wince a bit?
Just over two weeks ago, most of the members of the San Juan High School boys basketball team were busy winning a football state championship.
Monticello native Sara Musselman finished in 43rd place and helped the Brigham Young University (BYU) women to a second place finish in the NCAA cross country championships on November 20 in Tallah