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Controversy over lying allegations in Monticello
Monticello City Councilman Monte Wells erupted in a tirade at the November 10 City Council meeting after hearing a complaint from a city employee.
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Threatened species designation is for the birds
In days gone by, it was the American dream to own a piece of land that you could do with whatever you wanted. It was yours, and you had property rights. What happened to those days?
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More than $4 million approved for capital projects in area schools over the next year
The San Juan School District will complete more than $4 million in capital projects over the next year. The projects were approved at the November 11 meeting of the school board.
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Giving thanks together
When Carol Brown and her mother, Carol Harris, first moved to Blanding about ten years ago, they fell in love with the community.
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Recapping the fall sports season
With the losses of both San Juan and Monticello football teams in the semifinals last week, fall sports have come to an end. Let’s recap for a moment.
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Su’eSu’e signs national letter of intent
San Juan senior Tatiana Su’e Su’e made it official on Friday, November 14 by signing a national letter of intent to play softball at Weber State University.
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MHS school play
Monticello High School to present Grease, the school version. Performances are November 20-22 at the high school auditorium, beginning at 7 p.m.
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Fishing at Recapture
Fishing is great at Recapture Reservoir near Blanding. Having success on November 11 are Charles Armstrong with a bass and Blaine Spencer with a pike.
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Charges dismissed for one of Recapture protesters
The U.S. Attorney has dismissed charges against one of five men named in federal charges related to the May 10 Recapture Canyon protest.
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First female Commissioner after historic San Juan County election
Nearly 4,000 voters participated in the first mail-only election in San Juan County history. And it was an historic election as, for the first time, a Native American woman was elected to the San J...
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