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Federal Judge rules that election districts for School Board, Commission be redrawn, for the third time
Voting boundaries for the election districts for San Juan County Commission and San Juan School Board will be redrawn again after a recent ruling by a federal judge.
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BSA at Jamboree
A large group of 45 scouts from San Juan County are among the 30,000 scouts from across the country who are busy enjoying the National Boy Scout Jamboree in West Virginia. After the jamboree, the g...
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Chamberlain missionaries
Isaac and LouNell Chamberlain of Blanding are sending out four more grandsons to serve in the mission field for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
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“Jewell of Monticello” is parade Grand Marshall
The “Jewell” of Monticello will lead the 2017 Pioneer Day celebration parade as the Grand Marshall.
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Monticello set to celebrate Pioneer Day
The Pioneer Day Celebration in Monticello will take place this weekend, with a few new events and a host of old favorites.
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Monticello considers private business proposals
Two economic expansion proposals were discussed at the July 11 meeting of the Monticello City Council.
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Blanding addresses swimming passes for foster children
A request from the foster care system was made to the Blanding City Council on July 11. City Manager Jeremy Redd presented a request to allow free swimming for foster children at the Blanding Welln...
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Local singer to perform at Bluff Fort
“The Utah Pavarotti”, otherwise known as local pharmacist Craig Crippen, will sing on Friday, July 21 at the Bluff Fort.
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Houseboat explosion kills woman
A 52-year-old woman from Colorado was killed on July 12 when an explosion occurred on a houseboat in Crystal Springs Canyon on Lake Powell. 
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San Juan County hires new economic development coordinator
Natalie Randall has been hired as the new director of Economic Development for San Juan County.  Randall replaces Charlie DeLorme, who left the position more than six months ago.
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