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Daily blasting continues for Highway 191 road work
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Controlled explosions sent tons of rock onto Highway 191 this week. Motorists traveling between Moab and Monticello could run into delays due to blasting associated with improvements to U.S. 191 be...
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Safety and behavior challenges are focus of school board meeting
Safety and behavior in local schools was a focus at the October 9 meeting of the San Juan School Board.
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Candidate profiles
Candidates running for Monticello City Council on the November 5 ballot. Ammon Boswell Nathan Chamberlain Scott Christensen Jonathon English Kim Henderson Ron Skinner
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Handel’s Messiah begins anew
Practices for the annual presentation of Handel’s Messiah will begin for instrumentalists on October 20 at 6 p.m. at the Monticello High School band room.
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Bucks win overtime thriller on senior night
On a predictably chilly October night in Monticello, the Monticello High School football team bid farewell to their senior class and kicked off against the Layton Christian Eagles with third place ...
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Monument Valley volleyball beats Whitehorse in Battle of the Drum
The Whitehorse High School volleyball team suffered a huge defeat in the last home game of the season against their rivals, Monument Valley, on Thursday, October 10. The straight-sets loss was espe...
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San Juan volleyball wins six, loses two
Last week was a busy one for the San Juan High School volleyball team. The Lady Broncos picked up a 3-1 win over Emery on Tuesday, October 8 before heading to Lehi, UT for the Wasatch Festival Voll...
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From the October 16, 2019 issue
  • Blanding drafts plan for water fee increase
  • Full Circle Recycling serves in Blanding
  • • Commissioners are a breath of fresh air
    • “We do NOT need a truck stop in Moab”
    • “This land is made for you and me”
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San Juan volleyball wins six, loses two
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Last week was a busy one for the San Juan High School volleyball team. The Lady Broncos picked up a 3-1 win over Emery on Tuesday, October 8 before heading to Lehi, UT for the Wasatch Festival Voll...
Proposition #10: County Committee to study changes to San Juan County’s form of government
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Let's look at the pros and cons of Proposition #10 Yes: by Joe B Lyman No: by San Juan County Democratic Party
Broad range of experience for new county adminstrator
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Mack McDonald, the new San Juan County Administrator, recently took some time from a very busy schedule to meet with the San Juan Record.
Elected officials meet from federal, tribal, state, county, and community groups
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A group of elected officials met on Wednesday, October 2 in Blanding, including Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Congressman John Curtis. The group included tribal, federal, state, county, ...
Transition continues: Let us know if you want Deseret News insert
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The San Juan Record is making progress as we continue the transition into our “2020 Vision” for the future. We hope you enjoy the transition and have patience as we work through the inevitable chal...
Bears Ears books authors at San Juan Record Bookstore on Oct. 17
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The authors of two books focusing on the Bears Ears will visit the San Juan Record Bookstore on Thursday, October 17 at 7 p.m. The bookstore is located at 49 South Main Street in Monticello.
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