San Juan County

Phil Lyman. Courtesy photo
In the end people will judge you by what you do, not by what you say. I have a couple of mantras that have guided my life. One is a quote by Ralph Waldo Emmerson which says, “God will not have his work made manifest by cowards,” and the other is “Hard work is its own reward.” Too often people are...
Jamie Harvey. Courtesy photo
My name is Jamie Harvey and I am from Montezuma Creek, Utah. I am Dine’ (Navajo), speak, read, write and understand Dine’ Bizaa’d. I am Txlaa’sh chii’ ‘ih (Red Bottom) born for Ta’h Ch’ii’h ni’h (Red Streak running into water) of the Yeii’ designation. My Maternal grandfathers are Kii’ Y’aa A’aani...
by David Boyle News Director Members of the San Juan County Commission passed several resolutions on October 4. Among resoultions passed was one thanking the many entities involved in bringing electricity to the community of Westwater. Commissioner Willie Grayeyes brought the resolution to the...
by David Boyle News Director A request to place more county polling places at Navajo Chapter houses by the Navajo Nation to San Juan County will not be granted due to a lack of available equipment. At a recent county meeting, San Juan County Clerk Lyman Duncan reported on a request from the Navajo...
by David Boyle News Director Election season is around the corner with ballots being mailed out to registered voters next week, and early voting starting on October 10.  Election day is just over a month away on Tuesday, November 8. Among the contested races in San Juan County include school board...
My name is Al James Whitehorse and I am running for San Juan County Sheriff. I have been married for 33 years with three adult children and four beautiful granddaughters. I was born and raised in San Juan County. I am also an alum of the University of Utah. After 32 years in public safety, I...
Lehi Lacy for San Juan County Sheriff - Breaking Barriers to Build the Future Thank you for giving me this opportunity to share a little bit about myself and why I’m running for San Juan County Sheriff in 2022. ​I come from a family of public servants and was fortunate to grow up in the local law...
My name is Garrett Thomas Holly, and I am running to be your County Clerk and Auditor because San Juan County residents deserve someone with experience, values, and ethical standards to do this job right. I was born in Shiprock and I live in Montezuma Creek, in the Navajo Nation. I attended Aneth...
Hello county residents, my name is Lyman Duncan, and I am running for the San Juan County Clerk/Auditor Office. For the past 22 years, my wife and I have had the privileged of raising our three sons in this beautiful part of rural Utah. Most family outings were spent in the nearby mountains and...
Crews have been hard at work on a stretch of State Road 211 that was washed out in a August 14 flash flood.  This photo shows a portion of the damage on the road.  Crews reopened the road on September 26. Brett Saunders photo
State Route 211 is reopened after flooding destroyed and closed part of the road in mid-August. State Route 211 connects Highway 191 to the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park. Intense rain storms on August 14 resulted in flash flooding alongside the road. UDOT officials reported that the...

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