San Juan County

by David Boyle News Director An unopposed candidate for the San Juan school board on the November ballot will not be able to fill a new term as a result of a late discovery about the redistricted board boundaries. Nelson Yellowman has served for 16 years on the San Juan School Board since being...
More than 70 people, including members of the Ute Mountain Ute tribe and environmental activists, participated in a protest walk on October 22. photo credit Tim Peterson, Grand Canyon Trust
Members of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe and environmental activists participated in an annual protest of operations at the White Mesa Mill on October 22.  More than 70 protestors walked five miles from the Community Center in White Mesa along Highway 191 to the entrance site at the mill. The Energy...
by David Boyle News Director Members of the San Juan County Commission received an update on the USU extensions program, approved a contract to study how to keep wages competitive, and heard public comment regarding emails to the commissioners at their latest meeting. During the public comment...
by David Boyle News Director In Utah elections are overseen by the state’s Lt. Governor. Utah’s Lt. Governor Deidre Henderson recently appeared on the Redrock 92 Morning Show to discuss upcoming elections in the state. As part of the discussion Lt. Governor Henderson talked about election security...
Sheila Stubbs Knight. Courtesy photo
My name is Sheila Stubbs Knight, and I am running for the school board, District 3 position. I grew up here in the San Juan school district, from Kindergarten through high school graduation.  My husband and I raised four children, three of whom are now adults. I now work full-time as a registered...
Colleen Benally. Courtesy photo
Ya’at’eeh. My name is Colleen Benally and I am running for the San Juan School Board in District #3. I am running because I believe we need equality in our school system so that our children have a wholesome education and ensure their voices will be heard. This is the most important element in...
by David Boyle News Director Members of the San Juan County Commission discussed a large unexpected sum of money, road maintainence and the public safety building at their latest meeting. At the October 4 meeting, the commission learned about the receipt of $8.69 million from the federal government...
Silvia Stubbs. Courtesy photo
My name is Silvia Stubbs and I am running for San Juan County Commissioner for District 2. The “R” behind my name stands not only for Republican, but also for many more words beginning with “R”. A few are responsible, respectful, reasonable, resourceful, relentless, right minded, receptive,...
Willie Grayeyes. Photo courtesy Erik Neumann, KUER
Yá’át’ééh! My name is Willie Greyeyes, and it has been an honor to serve you as a member of the San Juan County Commission for the past four years. I have dedicated my entire career to service - as a public school educator, a trained social worker, a community advocate, and a Delegate to the Navajo...
Davina Smith. Courtesy Photo
Hello friends and neighbors! My name is Davina Smith and I’m excited to be a candidate to serve as your voice in the Utah Legislature. I’ve had the privilege of calling San Juan County home for most of my life — I live in Blanding now but was raised in Monument Valley. I have four amazing children...

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