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“Giants in San Juan” needs help
The San Juan Record has featured 14 giants so far in our series on San Juan’s great leaders and characters. Feedback has been positive, and we hope to continue the project through the coming year.
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San Juan Record redesign culminates months of effort
We are excited and a little exhausted to know that you finally have a copy of our newly redesigned newspaper in your hands (or on your computer screen). Until this issue of the newspaper, the San J...
Jan 07, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 288 288 recommendations | email to a friend
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William Riley Hurst
William Riley Hurst was born in the Mormon Colonies of Old Mexico in l908. In l910, When Riley was two and a half years old, the family was driven out of Mexico by Poncho Villa’s forces during the ...
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A 17 foot snowman
A massive snowman, up to 17 feet tall, suddenly appeared in the middle of the road in Blanding after one of the recent blizzards. Courtesy photo
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Monticello religious leaders release statement of concerns
Religious leaders have released a joint statement outlining their shared concerns and values in an attempt to begin the process of identifying community standards in the Monticello area.
Jan 02, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 294 294 recommendations | email to a friend
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Building permits required throughout Monticello
Monticello City officials encourage the cooperation of local residents and builders in complying with current building codes and regulations.
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A white, “buried” Christmas in
The masochists among us, who start praying for a white Christmas in November, may reconsider in future years.
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Top three sports stories in 2008
Led by coach Chad Shumway, the Raiders from Montezuma Creek set the 1A basketball world on its ear in the 2008 season.
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Massive fire destroys up to 24 boats at Halls Crossing
A fire at the Halls Crossing marina on Lake Powell destroyed up to 24 boats on December 18. The massive fire spread through two covered docks, with an estimated loss of $5 million.
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Derryl Jack named 2008 Monticello Citizen of the Year
Due to outstanding leadership and service to the community, Derryl Jack has been named Monticello’s 2008 Citizen of the Year.
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