News Roundup
Monticello Council rescinds political sign ordinance
Campaign signs are sprouting up around Monticello after the City Council rescinded an ordinance that restricted signs to 45 days before an election.
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Flipping Flea Market to invade Monticello
The Flipping Flea Market is set to invade Monticello this weekend in the second annual version of events sponsored by the Monticello Rotary club.
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County resident fifth in Navajo Nation primary
San Juan County resident Kenneth Maryboy finished fifth in the August 27 primary election for Navajo Nation president.
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School district has completed nearly $37 million in capital projects at local schools since new program began in 2007
The San Juan School District has completed nearly $37 million in capital projects in the eight years since voters approved a voted leeway program to help fund the projects.
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Torrential rains drench area, contribute to oil spill
Torrential rains in the past weeks brought more than two inches of precipitation to many areas of San Juan County and contributed to an oil line break in the Aneth oil field.
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New police chief in Blanding
Lloyd Watkins is the new Chief of Police in Blanding. Watkins’ hiring was unanimously approved at the August 12 meeting of the Blanding City Council.
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Routine call becomes search and rescue near Goosenecks
A routine call to law enforcement turned into a search and rescue effort on August 12 near Mexican Hat.
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Daily bus service returns
San Juan County now has daily bus service to and from the Wasatch Front.
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Canyonlands set to mark 50 years as National Park
Canyonlands National Park is 50 years old this year and a series of celebrations are planned to mark the occasion. The Friends of Arches and Canyonlands Parks presented their plans for the celebrat...
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Races begin to take shape for November election
With a number of contested elections and several write-in candidates, the November 4 general election is beginning to take shape. San Juan County Clerk Norman Johnson recently outlined the election...
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