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Two win title of Sterling Scholar
Two local students brought home top honors and ten received runner-up honors at the annual Sterling Scholars competition on March 18 in Price.
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Candidates file for office
A host of candidates registered to run for elected office in a filing period that ended on March 20. There are a number of open positions, including local, state and federal offices.
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Monticello High School Prom Royalty
The Monticello High School Junior Class hosted the Junior Prom on March 21. The prom royalty includes: (left to right) third attendants Mariah Halls and Parker Lewis, Queen Lindsay Crowley, King Co...
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ARL set to perform The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza
Albert R Lyman Middle School is proud to present Don Zolidis’ one-act play, The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza. This clever spoof promises to keep the audience laughing from beginning to end.
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A water tale of two cities
Despite facing the longest sustained drought in more than ten years, the two municipalities in San Juan County are hopeful for a green summer.
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Still happily reminiscing on MHS success
The Buckaroos of Monticello High School are still happily reminiscing about their two state championships this winter, the school’s ninth in wrestling and second in boys basketball.
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Spelling bee win for ARL
Grange Simpson is the winner of the regional spelling and earns a trip to the national spelling bee. With the win, Simpson retains Albert R. Lyman (ARL) Middle School’s grip on the regional spellin...
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Doll blankets for preemie babies
One February, years ago, when Kathy Hurst was having her annual We’re in Stitches sale, a young woman from Monticello came and purchased ten flannel doll blankets and burp cloths.
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US love affair with chocolate started in San Juan
Utah’s love affair with chocolate may be much older than previously thought. San Juan County is where archaeologists have found the earliest traces of cocao in the United States. Cocao is the raw f...
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Whitehorse High educator named Teacher of the Year
Matt Baldwin, a language arts teacher at Whitehorse High School, is the 2014 Teacher of the Year for the San Juan School District.
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