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Voting controversies, legal filings surround June 26 primary election
Elections issues in San Juan County were the focus of several filings in federal court in the past week, during the run-up to the June 26 primary election.
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New filing in federal court asserts San Juan County failed to make changes
On June 12, a motion was filed asking Judge Robert Shelby to reopen the original voting rights case because of allegations that San Juan County and County Clerk John David Nielson had failed to imp...
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Willie Grayeyes files motion in federal court alleging his removal from ballot was unconstitutional
Willie Grayeyes and Terry Whitehat recently filed an action against Utah Lieutenant Governor Spencer Cox, San Juan County Clerk John David Nielsen, San Juan County Attorney Kendall Laws, San Juan C...
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Fire restrictions throughout area, but July 4th fireworks show goes ahead
What is a Fourth of July celebration without fireworks? Luckily, San Juan County residents will not have to find this out, even in this drought season.
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Thin Bear Indian Arts to close after 46 years
Thin Bear Indian Arts, an iconic store on South Main Street in Blanding, is having a retirement closing sale starting Saturday, June 30. All inventory will be 50 percent off.
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SJHS grad in All-state baseball game
Tanner Johnson represented San Juan High School in the 3A All-state baseball game on June 16 in Spanish Fork, UT.  Tanner, who was one of the top hitters in the entire nation, had three hits in fou...
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Monticello implements emergency water rates
The Monticello City Council meeting was the place to be on June 12.  A crowded audience waited patiently for the Council to get through the nuts and bolts of the City’s operation before the main ev...
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One of last Navajo Code Talkers dies
Samuel Tom Holiday, one of the last surviving World War II Navajo Code Talkers, passed away on June 11, 2018 at the Southern Utah Veterans Home in Ivins, UT. He was surrounded by family and friends.
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Finalists for Blanding City Justice Court vacancy
The San Juan County Nominating Commission has selected three nominees for the vacancy in the Blanding City Justice Court. The position will replace Judge William Walker who resigned in January, 2018.
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Blanding’s Castle House undergoing a significant transformation
There are likely many locals who have viewed, with gaping mouths, the slow, but carefully orchestrated demolition of the Castle House in Blanding.
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