Blanding

by David Boyle New Director Members of the Blanding city council approved a change in who administers airport hangar leases, discussed raw water sales, a carbon-free power project, and a community development grant at their latest meeting. At their January 10 meeting members of the Blanding city...
By David Boyle News Director At their latest meeting, members of the Blanding City Council heard public input on a policy restricting city employees from serving on the volunteer fire department, approved a proposal for a new general plan, and approved their meeting schedule for 2023. At their...
A large group of musicians from across the area will present the 43rd performance of Handel’s Messiah on Sunday, December 18 in Blanding. A 26-member orchestra will accompany a 58-member choir to present the holiday classic, first performed in 1742 by composer George Frideric Handel. The free...
Kheirra Keith. Courtesy photo
Kheirra Keith is the current Miss ARL Heritage from Albert R Lyman Middle School in Blanding. The seventh grade student is the daughter of Shawnee and Michelle Keith. Miss ARL Heritage is a leadership opportunity to promote culture diversity and awareness through leadership and modeling.  Through...
by David Boyle News Director As part of their latest meeting, the Blanding City Council certified the results of an audit, discussed the fire department and recognized the retirement of a 27-year employee. At their October 25 meeting, the Council voted to certify the results of the Fiscal Year 2022...
Applications are being accepted for a part-time justice court judge position that will serve Blanding, Utah. The position will replace Judge Lyon Hazleton who will resign in December. To be considered for a justice court judgeship in San Juan County, candidates must be at least 25 years of age, a...
by David Boyle News Director Members of the Blanding City Council discussed a policy for raw water sales, the future of the town’s Justice Court, and saw an award given to the city recreation department at their latest meeting. At their September 27 meeting members of the Blanding City Council...
A home in Westwater community with its lights on thanks to new power poles connecting the community to the electric grid. The 30-year effort to electrify Westwater was finished this month and celebrated by parties who helped make it happen at a dinner on September 16.  Photo courtesy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
by David Boyle News Director Members of the Westwater community and officials from half-a-dozen organizations celebrated the arrival of electricity to their community at a dinner at Utah State University’s Blanding campus on September 16. Westwater residents have done without continuous electricity...
by David Boyle News Director Members of the Blanding City Council approved appointments to the new airport advisory committee and heard reports from city staff including an update on the wellness center at their latest meeting. At their August 23 meeting members of the Blanding City Council...
by David Boyle News Director The Blanding City Council approved a memorandum of understanding to bring water to the Westwater community and discussed wellness center updates at their July 26 meeting. The council entered into a memorandum of understanding with five different entities, entering into...

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