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Looking for “Lost Pioneers”of Hole in the Rock
Over the past 130 years since pioneer families settled San Juan County, smatterings of journals, letters, and histories have been compiled by professionals and family historians, yet there still re...
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Preparation for the Feast of the Sacrifice
It seemed that the remarkable souks (markets) in the Old City of Jerusalem were more crowded than normal. The sights and sounds and smells of the Old City are always an unforgettable experience. Wh...
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Environmental groups involved in biggest sell out since railroads
The fact is, in the last decade, mainstream environmental groups have been co-opted, again and again, from coast to coast, by wealthy entrpreneurial benefactors with agendas that have nothing to do...
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MHS Wrestling

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School canceled Friday
School and activities in the San Juan School District are canceled for Friday, January 22, 2010.
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Tsébii'nidzisgai groundbreaking
Seven-year-old Megan Adakai, a first grade student at Mexican Hat Elementary School, was the best dressed ground breaker at the January 14 ceremony to begin construction of Tsébii’nidzisgai Element...
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Monticello reviews progress in 2009
The City of Monticello has released a review of city progress in 2009. The review was discussed at the Janary 12 City Council meeting.
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County growth continues to impress


A press release carried in the Salt Lake City newspapers recently reports that San Juan is the third fastest growing county in the state, percentage wise, this past year. San Juan grew by 2.9 perce...
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Deliciously clean air
One of the great things about living in San Juan is the deliciously clean air we enjoy most of the time. This photo was taken two miles east of Monticello and captures the Lone Cone area of the Roc...
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Teacher earns top award
Dr. Duane Keown, retired University of Wyoming Professor of Science Education and former San Juan County educator, was recently honored at the Annual Conference of the North American Association fo...
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