News Roundup
Grand reunion for MHS
The Monticello High School Buckaroo Alumni from 1929 through 2011 met at the MHS auditorium on July 22 to begin the third quintennial “Roundup”. Prior events were held in 2000 and 2005.
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2011 Lil Miss and Mister Wrangler named
The Lil Miss and Lil Mr Wranglers for the San Juan County Fair are Brooklyn Redd and Dallin Hellewell.
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BLM embraces concept behind local land use bill
The Bureau of Land Management has embraced a policy that may support a wilderness bill for San Juan County that is being developed by local officials.
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Quality Manufacturing, Inc.
The Business Spotlight is on Quality Manufacturing, Inc, owned and operated by Sonny and Helen Felkins of Monticello.
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Pioneer Day approaches
See a list of activities planned in celebration of Pioneer Day in Monticello.
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Business spotlight: Bennett Management Services
The Business Spotlight this week is on Bennett Management Services, owned and operated by Lee Bennett.
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Goals explained for Little Baullie Mesa fuels treatment project
Due in part to concern expressed by some residents about a recent project, the Bureau of Land Management released the following statement.
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Diplomas this week for 221 graduates of San Juan County high schools
As May comes to a close, so does San Juan School District for the school year. A total of 211 graduates are scheduled to receive diplomas in ceremonies that began on May 23. Diplomas were presented...
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Thefts may total $40,000
Up to $40,000 in tools and equipment has been stolen in a series of break-ins at construction sites around San Juan County.
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Horse owners, don’t panic yet
Rumors and more rumors have been spreading through the horse-owning community like wildfire. I received calls to my office claiming that four horses had died at an activity in Ogden and that the en...
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