2010 Archives
Open houses for public lands proposals
The future of public lands will be the focus of a series of meetings as San Juan County moves into the next phase in the process of creating a recommendation for the Bishop Public Lands Bill.
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Recapture Canyon, truth and lies
Is It Just Me? by Joe B. Lyman Prevailing media reports on Recapture Canyon all regurgitate the same misinformation and outright lies that have been perpetrated by activist environmentalists and th...
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Record time, perfect conditions at Newspaper Rock 26K, 10K
A record number of runners enjoyed nearly perfect conditions at the Newspaper Rock 10K race on October 11 in spectacular Indian Creek canyon. The 10K race featured a record-breaking time and more t...
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Tree of Life
Growing up in southern San Juan County was a real blessing for me, because it provided endless opportunities to experience the wonders of this magnificent canyon country.
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Vocal Point returns to Monticello
Blue Mountain Entertainment joyfully presents Vocal Point, the premiere pop a cappella ensemble, in a return engagement on Saturday, October 25, at 7 p.m. in the Monticello High School Auditorium.
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SJR Newspaper Rock race is Saturday
Racers will gather in Indian Creek canyon on Saturday, October 11 for the eighth annual Newspaper Rock 10K.
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The Horsehead twins
by Carolyn Warren
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SJR Newspaper Rock race is Saturday
Racers will gather in Indian Creek canyon on Saturday, October 11 for the eighth annual Newspaper Rock 10K.
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Wet September closes wet water year
For the second year in a row, a wet late summer helped salvage what had been a dry water year.
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New councilman named in Monticello
Monte Wells is the newest member of the Monticello City Council after he was appointed to the position on September 23.
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Health District seeks new leadership
The San Juan Health Service District is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer. The district has been under the direction of interim CEO Laurie Schafer since the December, 2013 dismissal of previous...
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Ballots set to be mailed
Ballots will be sent out in coming days for the November 4 general election. For the first time in a San Juan County general election, all of the voting will be by mailed ballot.
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A hike into Pole Canyon
Last Sunday afternoon, I took the opportunity to go on a short hike, starting my trek west of Monticello on the northeastern flank of what locals call Blue Mountain.
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Bathing bears a big hit
Many readers were intrigued by our September 24 cover photo of a bear enjoying a dip in a local stock-watering tub.
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Renaissance Fair attracts large crowd
The Blanding Renaissance Fair held September 12 and 13 was an amazing success. More than one thousand people attended the event at Centennial Park in Blanding.
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