The Blue Mountains wear a necklace of clouds on a wintery November day. Kay Shumway photo
Hoodoos by Bluff, UT. Liesel Johnson photo
Featuring an incredible cover photo of Monument Valley by Alison Yamamato-Sparks, the 2020 San Juan Record Photo of the Week calendar is ready for the new year and the holiday season. The beautiful calendar features spectacular photos of San Juan County and includes all of the local events,...
A beautiful and chilly morning in San Juan County. Skyler Madison photo
A drone shot of the telecommunication towers on Abajo Peak. Jordan Hugentobler photo
Irrigating into October is rare in recent years in many areas of San Juan County. It does have its risks. Enter your photos in our Photo of the Week contest. We pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record. Email your entries to firstname.lastname@example.org. In addition, you can see more...
The echoes of the Anasazi can be heard everywhere in San Juan County. Sasha Singer photo
Lightning strikes the ground during a storm. Daniel Mower photo
It was a tale of two halves for the San Juan High School football team when they hosted Grantsville last Friday, September 13. The Broncos took a 26-14 lead into halftime, but the Cowboys outscored them 38-6 in the second half to hand San Juan their second loss of the season. Bronco Head Coach...
Dancers celebrating the Southern Ute Bear Dance Powwow in White Mesa. The annual powwow brings dozens of tribes and nations together for a weekend full of celebrations. The two-day event was May 24-25. Toniee Lewis photo