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Input sought on proposed oil, gas well
The Bureau of Land Management is seeking public input on a proposal from Wesco Operating, Inc. to drill an oil and gas well in northern San Juan County.
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Forest Service asks for public input on new National Forest Plan Revision
The Manti-La Sal National Forest Plan Revision is in the second phase of a three-phase process. The Forest Service is formulating a new Forest Plan because the last plan was formulated in 1986 and ...
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Halloween carnival
The annual Halloween Carnival and Trunk or Treat held Oct. 29 features food, games, prizes, treats, and a costume contest for participants. The event was held at the Utah State University–Eastern c...
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Monticello plays for state volleyball title, falls to top-ranked Panguitch
As second ranked Monticello headed north to Orem to play in the 1A Utah State Volleyball Championships, the goal was certainly to play well and get to the title game to play the top-ranked Panguitc...
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Blanding native Phil Lyman looks to represent District 73 in the Utah House
Phil Lyman is no stranger in San Juan County. He is a fifth-generation native of San Juan County and has served as the County Commissioner of District 2 for the past eight years.
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Marsha Holland looks to represent District 73 as an unaffiliated candidate
For Marsha Holland, it’s all about having a voice to represent rural Utah on Capitol Hill for District 73. It’s a district that she says doesn’t have a lot of property tax revenue and there is a tr...
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Commission holds public hearing for new sewer pumps in Mexican Hat
An application to the Community Impact Board (CIB) will be put together for funding for two new sewer pumps for the community of Mexican Hat. The estimated cost for the new sewer pumps is $255,000,...
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New elementary school ready for bid, hope to break ground next year
The San Juan School District cultural and planning committees gathered for their last official meeting on Oct. 16 in Bluff.
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San Juan County Sheriff Rick Eldredge honored with the 2018 Utah Lawman of the Year award
There are 29 sheriffs across the great state of Utah. All of them have different situations and circumstances to deal with as they administer the law in their jurisdictions.
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Governor Herbert issues Drought Executive Order
While recent precipitation has been beneficial, Utah remains in a serious drought. As a result, Utah Governor Gary R. Herbert issued an Executive Order on Oct. 15 declaring a state of emergency due...
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