2010 Archives
Bluff hosts public hearing on Lyman Family Farms’ request to disconnect from town
Only a few months have passed since Bluff’s first town council was sworn into office and already the boundaries of the newly incorporated town may be redrawn.
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UHSAA announces first consideration of reclassification of regions
The Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) announced their first official consideration of reclassification of high school regions in Utah.
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The present moves quickly; the past moves as slow as molasses
About five years ago as I was passing through St. George I had the opportunity to see some family as they lived there at that time.
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Handel’s “Messiah” celebrates 41st anniversary in San Juan County
San Juan County is extremely fortunate, given a rural population, to have a tradition of performing Handel’s “Messiah” every Christmas for over four decades.
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Catch them if you can during the Monticello Gingerbread House Tour
Artisan Jewelers is once again organizing the annual Monticello Gingerbread Tour, which they have done for several years. It’s something they believe brings the community together and has proven ef...
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Lady Buckaroos pick up first win of basketball season over Red Devils
On Tuesday, Nov. 27, the Lady Bucks hosted the Grand Red Devils in their first home basketball game of the season. The ladies did not disappoint, recording their first win of the year in dominant f...
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Buckaroos start strong at the Moab Invitational
December is filled with traditions, and the Monticello Buckaroo wrestlers are making one of their own. This past weekend, the MHS matmen kicked off their new season by bringing home the championshi...
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Monument Valley Tribal Park closes for day due to unauthorized filming
Members of “Global Witness” attempted to gain entrance into the Monument Valley Tribal Park on Nov. 29 without prior permission or permitting and were eventually denied access.
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Commission approves Bluff land transfer with HIRF
The San Juan County Commission decided unanimously to transfer 3.88 acres of land that the Hole in the Rock Foundation owns for 2.18 acres the county owns at their Nov. 20 meeting in Monticello.
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San Juan fire warden assists in California wildfire
We’ve all heard of the devastation wildfires in California have brought in recent weeks.
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New vet clinic set to open in Blanding
In early 2019 San Juan County will enjoy the benefit of a permanent veterinary care for the first time in over six years if everything goes according to plan.
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A new holiday favorite
November, December, January... three months full of holidays that bulge the waistline and begin a new year of promises to get back into shape.
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Blue Mountain Entertainment presents Shanahy Monday, Dec. 3
Blue Mountain Entertainment opens the holiday season with Shanahy on Monday, Dec. 3, at 7 p.m in the Monticello High School auditorium. 
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Is it better to roll with the changes or fight them tooth and nail?
Medical marijuana has made its way to Utah for better or for worse. It’s a polarizing issue, just like lots of things, but it is here and it will soon be debated at a legislative committee hearing ...
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San Juan hosts first ever Bronco night
San Juan Bronco fans were treated to a sneak peek of the 2018-19 boys and girls basketball teams when the two teams hosted the first ever “Bronco Night” at San Juan High on Monday, Nov. 19.
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