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Monticello Council to close pool
After several weeks of discussion, and a successful funding session at the Community Impact Board, the Monticello City Council has decided to permanently close the existing city swimming pool and d...
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Region History Fair
History Fair winners include Junior historical paper first place, Eli Beck, second place Bree Hosler, and third place, Justin Hitchins.
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Clarence Frost
Clarence Frost lived an exemplary life and suffered an untimely death when he fell off the roof of his lodge at the Blue Mountain Guest Ranch. His was a life of constant struggle. The adversity tha...
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Off the beaten path in San Juan
I recently shared my experience as a Boy Scout in Monticello. My Scoutmasters planted the seeds for my love affair with San Juan County.
Mar 04, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 289 289 recommendations | email to a friend
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Photo of the week
Icicles form a wintery veil. Send in your photos to be featured as a Photo of the Week. We will pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record. You can email your entries to sjrnews@fronti...
Feb 25, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 286 286 recommendations | email to a friend
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Deadly crash may have been intentional suicide
A fatal accident seven miles north of Monticello is being called an intentional suicide by local law enforcement. The accident occurred about seven miles north of Monticello at the top of Peters Hill.
Feb 25, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 288 288 recommendations | email to a friend
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CEO of new hospital has varied experience
Lorin MacKay brings many years of richly diverse experience to his new role as the administrator and CEO of the new Blue Mountain Hospital in Blanding. The new hospital is scheduled to open in the ...
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Street project approved for Highways 191, 491
The City of Monticello has been notified that approximately $15 million has been approved to completely rebuild Highways 191 and 491 this summer. The Utah Department of Transportation is expected t...
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Thora and Vet Bradford
In the arid West, water is an absolute necessity and the key to survival and prosperity. Nowhere was that more true than in the little hamlet of Grayson, (Blanding) UT, clawing for a foothold on Wh...
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Its deja vu all over again
Stop me if you’ve heard this before. The highly ranked San Juan Broncos extremely successful season came to a sudden and dramatic end at Snow College Saturday when they lost the annual 2A play-in g...
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