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by Rhett Sifford It’s homecoming week at San Juan High School and although some of the celebration is in the books, there are plenty of events still ahead. The 2018 San Juan High homecoming queen is Bodell Nielson. First attendant is Halli Black, second attendant is Skyler Jensen,...
THE ROUND-UPby Tad Barton The San Juan High girls soccer team officially started their 2018 season over the weekend. The Lady Broncos played a pair of road games, traveling to Manti on Friday, September 7, then taking on North Sanpete on September 8. Against Manti, San Juan played solid...
by Kara Laws The Blanding City Council had more than enough on their plate at their August 28 council meeting. After more than a month of no meeting due to holidays and family vacations, the council had some catch-up work to do. Many new ideas were presented for future meetings so...
Local fire fighters were playing basketball in full gear during training exercises on August 23 in Blanding. It was a learning experience to work hard while using oxygen masks. Lacey Ivins photo
Starting October 1, recycling services will be available in Blanding. Full Circle Recycling (FCR), is a non-profit project providing residential and commercial curbside pick-ups. The services will be weekly and there is no sorting required for the acceptable recyclables. Full Circle...
by Kara Laws On August 7, Blanding Police officers made an arrest in conjunction with the theft of more than 1,000 items. Michael Ainsworth Yoakam, age 66 of Blanding, faces a host of charges related to the theft. Detective JJ Bradford and Officer Clayton Most have been aggressively...
by Rhett Sifford, Staff writer The San Juan County Nominating Commission has announced the appointment of the Honorable Lyon W. Hazleton II to fill the Blanding Justice Court vacancy. The position will replace Judge William Walker who resigned January 31, 2018. Judge Hazleton was...
by Kara Laws For decades parents have battled their children’s summertime boredom. Keeping kids happy, learning, and not technology zombies is a real problem for many parents. San Juan High School Future Business Leaders of America has set out with a solution for Blanding parents, a...
by Kara Laws . “A beautiful lawn is a brown, splotchy lawn,” Mayor Joe B Lyman told the Blanding City Council on July 10, “Brown and splotchy is the new green.” Storms in recent days are the first consistent source of rain almost all year. The Council spent most of their meeting...

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