Life in San Juan
Edge of Seaters present “Lucky Stiff”
Musical theater fans are in for a treat this week when The Edge of the Seaters Theater Company presents the delightful musical comedy, ‘Lucky Stiff’ at the Blanding Arts & Events Center.
Plaque unveiled in honor of Judy Barton
A bronze plaque was recently unveiled at Monticello High School to honor Judy Barton, a beloved teacher who passed away in 2013. The project was conceived by Brian Robinson, last year’s student bod...
Monticello High School Prom Royalty
The Monticello High School Junior Class hosted the Junior Prom on March 21. The prom royalty includes: (left to right) third attendants Mariah Halls and Parker Lewis, Queen Lindsay Crowley, King Co...
Doll blankets for preemie babies
One February, years ago, when Kathy Hurst was having her annual We’re in Stitches sale, a young woman from Monticello came and purchased ten flannel doll blankets and burp cloths.
MES nickel fundraising
Students at Monticello Elementary School are collecting special “Monticello” nickels as part of the fundraising effort for the Flights of Learning statue in front of the new school. Only nickels th...
San Juan High drill team
The San Juan High drill team marched in state competition on February 1. Under Coach Amber Black, the Royals include Bailey Alder, Morgan Black, Ivori Black, Amanda Grover, McKady Grover, Samantha ...
Blanding Elementary holds spelling bee
Blanding Elementary held its school spelling bee ON Friday, January 31. Twenty-three students participated and had a great competition. Jordan Clinger is the first place champion for the second t...
Rights…and what’s right
In 2004, two-thirds of Utah voters approved Amendment 3, defining marriage as the union of a man and a woman. In mid-December of 2013, Robert Shelby, a federal judge, ruled that Utah’s ban on same-...
A few stones short of a cluster
Once in a while, Barry and I have visitors at Twin Rocks Trading Post who say something like, “Wow, I am glad I finally caught you open. I have been here several times and you are always closed.”