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Long lost SJR friend found
Some investigative efforts (and a trip across the nation) has led to the discovery of a long lost friend of the San Juan Record. After a long absence from San Juan County, Gary Torres has surfaced ...
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Local educator, much more at S.T.E.A.M. Expo April 10-11
USU Eastern’s Blanding campus welcomes community to two days of free activities blending science and art
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Looking to the futures
Carley Garner is a name widely recognized in the world of commodities trading for her four books published by FT Press, one of which, Commodity Options, was named one of the “Top 10 Investing & Tra...
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New Chinese/Thai food restaurant opens in Blanding
A new, and much needed, restaurant has recently opened in Blanding, UT: Wonderful Gourmet. The owners of Ocean Pearl and Hong Kong Chinese restaurants of Cortez, CO pooled their resources together ...
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Easter events scheduled
The Easter season means many things in San Juan County. In addition to local residents, there are a large number of visitors to the area, and they will be able to participate in Easter services at ...
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BLM responds to Blanding resolution on Recapture
A letter from Juan Palma, Utah Director of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), was a topic of interest at the March 24 meeting of the Blanding City Council.
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Recapture protest hearing
Four local residents who face charges for the May 2014 Recapture Canyon protest have a hearing before Federal Judge Robert Shelby on April 1, 2015.
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Monticello hires Recreation Director
The Monticello City Council was introduced to Natalie Randall, the new parks and recreation director on Tuesday, March 24 at the conclusion of her first day on the job.
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Four local students win top honors at the 2015 Sterling Scholar competition
Four students from the San Juan School District earned top honors at the 2015 Sterling Scholar competition, which was held on March 26 in Monticello.
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Historic La Sal Store closes its doors
The La Sal Store has been an essential part of everyday life in La Sal for 100 years. But, last Wednesday, March 25 at the end of the day, the store closed for business.
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