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Blanding offers a bountiful array of gifts for everyone on your list
With Christmas day less than a week away, buying local gifts is more beneficial than ever. We have run out of time to wait for shipping, shipping mistakes, or gifts arriving a little more lackluste...
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Fake video of arch destruction leaves many scratching their heads
I have to admit that I watched the video several times this past week, marveling at how authentic it seemingly looked – but in that computer-generated kind of way.
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County creates 2019 preliminary budget
The San Juan County preliminary budget was discussed at a public hearing on Dec. 5 at the county building in Monticello. It was revealed that the net general fund for 2018 is currently in the red $...
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Monticello shops provide a myriad of unique gift opportunities and ideas
Merchants of Monticello place quality, meaningful gifts in their stores. If you haven’t been out to the local shops lately, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at what you’ll find.
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Another 60 years at Patio Drive-in
In the early 1950s, A&W opened two franchises. One in Blanding, the other in Monticello. While Monticello’s franchise went bust due to lack of business, Blanding’s was booming, so much so that the ...
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Monticello residents start “Hats for the Homeless” during Sacramento mission
It all started with Monticello resident Jeri Burt’s desire to be of service and help people who are in need. Because of her knitting skills, she began knitting hats for distribution.
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Monticello basketball gets into full swing of things
The Monticello boys kicked off their 2018-19 season at home when they hosted the 3-0 Grand Red Devils on Tuesday, Dec. 4. The first game of the season is always an unknown – especially at home when...
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Realignment affects San Juan County
It will be an entirely new world for San Juan County high schools when activities begin again next fall. The Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) Board of Trustees adopted new region ali...
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Bluff hosts public hearing on Lyman Family Farms’ request to disconnect from town
Only a few months have passed since Bluff’s first town council was sworn into office and already the boundaries of the newly incorporated town may be redrawn.
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UHSAA announces first consideration of reclassification of regions
The Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) announced their first official consideration of reclassification of high school regions in Utah.
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