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Local teams race in Ragnar Wasatch Back Relay
What is it about humans that gives some a taste for suffering? Take the Ragnar Wasatch Back Relay, for instance.
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Federal antiquities charges filed on 24
On June 10, an army of federal agents raided homes and businesses, a host of attorneys filed federal charges, and a group of politicians claimed the credit for what is being called the largest anti...
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High ranking officials hold press conference
Soon after the raids began on June 10, some of the highest ranking officials in the federal government appeared at a press conference in Salt Lake City to announced the arrests.
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Walter C. Lyman
Early on the morning of September 24, 1887, Walter C. Lyman was riding his horse toward White Mesa from Bluff.
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Photo of the week
Willy Wonka’s factory or a flash flood in White Canyon? Enter your photos in our Photo of the Week contest. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record. You can email your entri...
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Lt Governor visits before becoming new governor
In what may be one of his last official acts as Lt Governor before taking over as Governor of Utah, Gary Herbert will conduct a public town meeting for San Juan County.
May 27, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 285 285 recommendations | email to a friend
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San Juan County bucks the national recession
With the nation wallowing in the worst housing recession in decades, with thousands of homes nationwide being repossessed and an enormous glut of unsold homes sitting empty, the 2008 story in San J...
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Million dollar storm wreaks havoc, brings smiles
“I have been farming in San Juan County for 66 years, and I can only remember one other year when we had a storm that will produce the benefits of this one,” said Monticello farmer David Fullmer on...
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VMTE honors
Members of the Monticello community met with representatives from the Huntsman Cancer Institute on May 19. The Monticello VMTE Committee honored Pete and Jackie Steele, two charter members of the c...
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Graduation speakers
Have you ever attended a graduation ceremony and thought to yourself, “That speaker did such a fine job--I wish his (or her) speech had never ended!”?
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