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County entities are considering tax increases of up to 22.9 percent
Despite the fact that San Juan County is already the highest-taxed county in the state by percentage, a property tax increase of 22.9 percent is being considered by three separate entities associat...
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Enrollment up in schools
The number of students in the San Juan School District grew by 15 students over the past year, the first increase in five years.
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Utah State University School of Applied Sciences, Technology, and Education is divided and growing
In an effort to better serve students in the largest department in Utah State University’s College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences (CAAS), and to advance career and technical education programs...
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San Juan football wins fifth straight, opens state tournament at home on Friday
It all finally came together for the San Juan High School football team Wednesday, October 16 on their home turf.
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Buckaroos win at Rich, will host home playoff game
It’s a long bus ride to Rich High School in Randolph, UT – ten hours from Monticello to be exact. And the shortest route takes you into Wyoming before returning to Utah.
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Whitehorse, Monument Valley football teams set for Battle of the Drum
It’s down to the biggest game of the year for both the Whitehorse and Monument Valley high school football teams.
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Contest winner announced
Kristina Steele Garchar is the big winner of the swag bag donated by San Juan County Visitor Services. Kristina was one of scores of San Juan Record readers who entered the contest. All that was ne...
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Daily blasting continues for Highway 191 road work
Controlled explosions sent tons of rock onto Highway 191 this week. Motorists traveling between Moab and Monticello could run into delays due to blasting associated with improvements to U.S. 191 be...
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Safety and behavior challenges are focus of school board meeting
Safety and behavior in local schools was a focus at the October 9 meeting of the San Juan School Board.
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Candidate profiles
Candidates running for Monticello City Council on the November 5 ballot. Ammon Boswell Nathan Chamberlain Scott Christensen Jonathon English Kim Henderson Ron Skinner
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