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Child killed in tragedy at Rockland Ranch
Two-year-old Adonijah Foster passed away Saturday at his home in Hatch Rock on Hatch Point due to an accidental fire that started in his bedroom while he was sleeping. 
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Monticello council hears about noise ordinance
The Monticello City Council approved new mission and vision statements as part of a new look which will include a new logo and web page. The work was approved at the April 10 council meeting.
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Blanding Council amends events policy
The Blanding City Council approved changes to the city events policy on April 10. The events policy outlines the type of events that can be held on Blanding City property, such as in a park.
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SJHS Drama 2018
The San Juan High School drama department recently completed a rousing run of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast under the direction of Kayla Vernon.
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Changes approved for portion of Sky Ranch project in Spanish Valley
The San Juan County Planning Commission has approved amendments to Phase One of the Sky Ranch Airstrip Development, a 30-lot development built around the Sky Ranch Airstrip in Spanish Valley.
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Local student from Blanding finishes second at regional spelling bee
Adriana Johnson, a seventh grade student at Albert R. Lyman Middle School in Blanding, finished second in the 2018 SESC Regional Spelling Bee at Green River High School on March 8.
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Visitation to BLM areas in San Juan, including Bears Ears sites, increased by 35 percent in 2017
In the past year, the designation of Bears Ears National Monument triggered a 35 percent increase in visitation to local lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
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Land swap means a new school in Bluff is closer
A new elementary school in Bluff is closer to reality after the San Juan School Board approved a trade of land on April 4.
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Bilingual education efforts in San Juan
During the 2017-2018 school year, the San Juan School District Bilingual Education Department followed the theme “It’s Up to You” in most of the K-12 school district Native American events and heri...
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Blue Mountain Foods enters a new age
In June, 2017, Doug Allen, the owner of Blue Mountain Foods and former mayor of Monticello, heard the call of retirement. He heeded that call by handing the reins and ownership over to his daughter...
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