4.4 earthquake near La Sal on Jan. 23
Did you feel that? Me neither! We’ve had seismic activity in our area before and some feel the movement and other don’t. I did not feel anything Wednesday night, but seismic activity was definitely...
It is good to see the world covered in winter white – especially “The Mountain”. Christmas Eve day was perfect with gentle snow falling all day. Kids were out and about sledding – or as they do in ...
Yep, it’s that time of year again – the epitome of redneck entertainment - the annual, bi-annual, no real schedule whenever we feel like it – La Sal dynamite shoot.
School is out – It should be summer
We finished planting all the flowers in our yard last week. I think they are now growing in Moab. In our yard is now a goodly portion of the Navajo Reservation. Hope they planted something interest...
I attended the uranium open house last Thursday so that I could give a report. No, there was not much seeing red at that meeting. It was very civil. More on that later.
Uranium – It’s a “hot” topic
When folks ask me about La Sal, I say it is an old ranching and mining town. For ranching it is feast and famine – leaning more toward famine. Local mining is ebb and flow.
I’m going to go out on a limb here and guess that maybe we’ve seen the last of Indian Summer for 2010.
Firsts and lasts
Today is the first day of the 2010-11 school year. At least for the San Juan School District. Soon it will be the first football game at Monticello High School, the first volleyball match and cross...
Passing of a friend
La Sal was shocked and saddened with the passing of a dear friend, Sally Kyle, on Monday, July 19. She had been complaining of health problems for several weeks. She suffered a sudden, massive hear...