News Roundup
Monticello City Council sets water rates, addresses police department issues
Some may believe that Monticello is out of the woods when it comes to water after an impressively wet winter. But that’s still not quite the case.
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Blanding City Council considers CRA policy revision
During an animated Blanding City Council and Community Reinvestment Agency (CRA) meeting on April 9, council members discussed revising current CRA policies regarding the use of funds.
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Body of Aneth girl found after three-week search
Funeral services for Anndine “Cookie” Jones, a four-year-old child from Aneth, are scheduled for Saturday, April 13 at 9 a.m. at the Cahone Mesa Church of God.
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Tension grows between commissioners, attorney
Tension between San Juan County Commissioners and County Attorney Kendall Laws threatens to turn into legal action. Commissioner Kenneth Maryboy introduced a resolution at the April 2 commission me...
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Planning Commission promises dark skies plan for Spanish Valley
The chair of the San Juan Planning Commission promised during a meeting Wednesday, April 3 to pass a dark skies ordinance for Spanish Valley after many residents contacted commissioners and plannin...
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Sixth annual STEAM Expo invades USU Eastern-Blanding campus Friday
If riding bulls, flying drones, solving crimes, racing a pinewood derby, enjoying a magic show, and seeing elephant toothpaste sounds like a fun day to you, make sure you don’t miss the sixth annua...
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Lime Ridge corral case finally closed
The case is finally closed two years after a gate was closed on a corral on Lime Ridge in San Juan County. Mark Franklin, age 63 of Durango, CO, pled no contest before Seventh District Judge Don To...
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New Kenny Ross bio out
Canyon Country Explorations & River Lore: The Remarkable Resilient Life of Kenny Ross, is a well-researched tale about the life and experiences of a not well known character on the Colorado Plateau.  
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Rep. Curtis tours San Juan County
Congressman John Curtis recently made a whirlwind tour through San Juan County, arriving from the north and exiting to New Mexico.
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New BLM field manager has a familiar face
There is something new and something old at the Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Gary Torres, our favorite emeritus columnist and former Cave Guy, was hired as the new manager for the Monticello Fi...
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