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Water woes continue
Water woes continue in San Juan County as cities grapple with an almost non-existent runoff of snowpack from the Abajo Mountains.
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Environmental activist trial moved to Price
The May 23 trial of two environmental activists in Seventh District Court has been moved from Monticello to Price. Mark Franklin and Rose Chilcoat face charges, including felony charges, for an Apr...
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2018 Monticello High School graduates
The Monticello High School class of 2018 will graduate Wednesday, May 23 at 7 p.m.
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Dedicated local teacher receives excellence award
Bluff Elementary School fifth grade teacher Nicole Wallis is one of ten educators to be honored with a 2018 Excellence in Teaching award from the Utah Education Association (UEA).
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San Juan County, SJR to host journalism students
A group of journalism students from the University of Southern California (USC) will make their home in San Juan County for two weeks this month.
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Local students experience “Hamilton”
More than 125 students from San Juan, Monticello, and Whitehorse high schools joined 40 other Utah high schools for an enthusiastic, all-student matinee performance of “Hamilton” in Salt Lake City ...
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Bluff town council candidates participate in public forum
The most common phrase uttered at a May 2 candidates forum for Bluff’s first town council was, “I agree.”
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Local principal receives Administrator of Year honors
Whitehorse High School Principal Kim Schaefer was named the School Administrator of the Year in Utah on May 2 at the inaugural Utah’s Partner in Education gala.
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Bucks make a run at 2A state tourney
It was a crazy, eventful week for the Monticello High School baseball team, as they played a total of seven games in the span of six days.
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Residency claim may rest on umbilical cord
San Juan County Clerk John David Nielson has yet to rule on a challenge to the residency of San Juan County Commission candidate Willie Grayeyes.
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