Arbor Day kicks off activities
The City of Monticello designated the celebration of Arbor Day for Friday, April 30, 2010, in conjunction with an activity sponsored by the VMTE committee, in which seven trees were planted at the ...
Baseball playoffs begin
Is it playoff time already? It seems winter is still clinging on and already the baseball season is winding up? Where have I been?
SJHS Native Club
On April 21, the San Juan High School Blue Mountain Native Club traveled to Window Rock, AZ, to participate in the Dine’ Language Festival. Taking second place as a solo singer is Brittany James. A...
Tunnels in your yard?
With the melting of the heavy snowpack in 2010, many San Juan residents are finding that some tiny animal has been tunneling around their lawns and yards.
New surgical suite at San Juan Hospital
Crews are completing construction of a new surgical suite at the San Juan Hospital in Monticello. An open house for the public will be held on Friday, May 14 in conjunction with National Hospital W...
Students head to Phillips
Audrey Luttrell, a sophomore, and Kayla Atcitty, a freshman at San Juan High School have been admitted into the prestigious Phillips Academy in Andover, MA, for their summer programs, “Summer Sessi...
New book retells local story
Amy and Bill were building their dream at La Sal, Utah in 1902 when Bill was murdered. Their oldest son, Bill Jr, was then 4 years old and the loss of his father forever colored his attitude toward...