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2014 San Juan County candidate profiles
Races include: County attorney, assessor, recorder, clerk, commissioner, school board, sheriff, treasurer, and surveyor
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Grounds for excessive force charges in antiquity raids
A Federal Judge has ruled that the family of Dr. James Redd may pursue allegations that a federal law enforcement agent used excessive force during the 2009 antiquities raids in Blanding.
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Five plead not guilty to Recapture protest charges
Five local men have entered a plea of not guilty to federal charges related to the Recapture Canyon protest on May 10, 2014. The men were involved in an October 17 hearing at the federal courthouse...
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Enrollment flat in schools
Overall student enrollment in the San Juan School District remained steady in the past year, but there are some dramatic changes in area communities. The annual enrollment count is made on October ...
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Royer claims 2A’s top singles title, Broncos finish third
by Tad Barton Mary Royer finished off her 2014 tennis season the way most athletes only dream of,
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New councilman named in Monticello
Monte Wells is the newest member of the Monticello City Council after he was appointed to the position on September 23.
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Health District seeks new leadership
The San Juan Health Service District is seeking a new Chief Executive Officer. The district has been under the direction of interim CEO Laurie Schafer since the December, 2013 dismissal of previous...
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Ballots set to be mailed
Ballots will be sent out in coming days for the November 4 general election. For the first time in a San Juan County general election, all of the voting will be by mailed ballot.
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A hike into Pole Canyon
Last Sunday afternoon, I took the opportunity to go on a short hike, starting my trek west of Monticello on the northeastern flank of what locals call Blue Mountain.
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Renaissance Fair attracts large crowd
The Blanding Renaissance Fair held September 12 and 13 was an amazing success. More than one thousand people attended the event at Centennial Park in Blanding.
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