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Teacher of year loves tasks that aren’t easy
Life is a constant balancing act for most people, though one would naturally expect more from someone who can ride a unicycle and chew gum at the same time.
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Bucks fall in football, volleyball, XC
The Monticello Buckaroo football team fell to 1-2 on the season after a 45-12 loss to 3A Richfield on Friday night in Richfield.
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Broncos trample Rams 47-0
The San Juan Broncos hit the road on Friday, September 5 to begin their Utah 2A South Region schedule against the Rams of South Sevier High School.
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Church has new pastor
Richard and Michelle Collins have left their home in Kentucky to minister the good news of God’s love and amazing grace in beautiful Monticello. While here, Richard will serve as Pastor of the Firs...
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New Monticello school to be dedicated September 9
The new building which houses Monticello Elementary School will be dedicated in a community-wide celebration on Tuesday, September 9.
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Monticello Council rescinds political sign ordinance
Campaign signs are sprouting up around Monticello after the City Council rescinded an ordinance that restricted signs to 45 days before an election.
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Flipping Flea Market to invade Monticello
The Flipping Flea Market is set to invade Monticello this weekend in the second annual version of events sponsored by the Monticello Rotary club.
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County resident fifth in Navajo Nation primary
San Juan County resident Kenneth Maryboy finished fifth in the August 27 primary election for Navajo Nation president.
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Final section of trail carved out
The final section of trail at the Monticello Mill Tailings site was recently carved out by the helpful youth and leaders of the Monticello Fourth Ward Boy Scouts. Only a few places on the new mount...
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San Juan rolls past Piedra Vista 35-8
I took six weeks last season for San Juan to accumulate 75 points. Through two weeks of play the Broncos have already topped that mark (79) scoring 35 points against the visiting Piedra Vista Panth...
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