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Local students experience “Hamilton”
More than 125 students from San Juan, Monticello, and Whitehorse high schools joined 40 other Utah high schools for an enthusiastic, all-student matinee performance of “Hamilton” in Salt Lake City ...
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Bluff town council candidates participate in public forum
The most common phrase uttered at a May 2 candidates forum for Bluff’s first town council was, “I agree.”
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Local principal receives Administrator of Year honors
Whitehorse High School Principal Kim Schaefer was named the School Administrator of the Year in Utah on May 2 at the inaugural Utah’s Partner in Education gala.
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Bucks make a run at 2A state tourney
It was a crazy, eventful week for the Monticello High School baseball team, as they played a total of seven games in the span of six days.
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Residency claim may rest on umbilical cord
San Juan County Clerk John David Nielson has yet to rule on a challenge to the residency of San Juan County Commission candidate Willie Grayeyes.
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Flurry of filings before livestock endangerment trial
Defense attorneys have filed a flurry of motions leading up to the planned May 23 trial in Seventh District Court of a married couple from Durango, CO.
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Man falls, injured while hunting antler sheds
A local man was seriously injured in an April 26 fall while hunting for antler sheds alone near Montezuma Canyon.
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Bluff could become home to county’s first Community Reinvestment Area
San Juan County is moving forward with a new economic development initiative, and a motel in Bluff could be the first to benefit.
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Blanding considers Look Local First
Blanding has not been exempt, as tourism continues to increase in San Juan County. With this in mind, the Blanding City Council is taking an active role in how the local economy grows.
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Drought conditions are strengthening
Drought may be tightening its grip on San Juan County following the eighth straight month with dryer than normal conditions.
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