News Roundup
UNHS facility making progress
Construction crews are making progress on the new headquarters for Utah Navajo Health Systems in Montezuma Creek.  The facility is set to open in the summer. Staff photo
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Question about precincts
San Juan County and party officials are scratching their heads over setting up and managing new voting precincts in San Juan County.
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County asks for stay on full slate of 2018 elections
As part of an appeal of a federal judge’s ruling to restructure voting districts in the county, San Juan County filed a request on January 19 to delay the full slate of elections that were ordered ...
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Bears Ears bill moving slow
A federal government shutdown over the past weekend has slowed the already snail-like pace in the US House of Representatives, where a bill has been introduced to formalize changes to Bears Ears Na...
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Atty General withdraws Sheriff appeal
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes has withdrawn his appeal of the dismissal of charges against the San Juan County Sheriff and two of his deputies.
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School District extends two-year contract to new school superintendent
Ron Nielson has received an appointment as superintendent of the San Juan School District, where he served as interim superintendent for seven months.
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Voting districts approved
New voting districts were formally approved for the San Juan County Commission and School Board positions in a January 11, 2018 ruling by Federal Judge Robert Shelby.
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Congressional bill would formalize Bears Ears changes
A bill to formalize the creation of Bears Ears National Monument has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Congressman John Curtis.
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BLM seeks public input in planning Bears Ears NM
On December 4, 2017, President Donald Trump issued Proclamation 9681 modifying the boundary of the Bears Ears National Monument to the smallest area compatible with the proper care and management o...
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New year for Monticello Council
The first Monticello City Council meeting of the new year began on January 9 with the swearing-in of Tim Young as mayor and George Rice and Bayley Hedglin as members of the city council.
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