News Roundup
Voters elect new county Sheriff
There will be a new sheriff in San Juan County as Rick Eldredge won a tightly-contested race against incumbent Mike Lacy in the November 2 general election.
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Care packages part of out-reach effort to soldiers
San Juan County is marking Veterans Day with efforts to extend support to the 118th Sapper Company of the Utah National Guard. Approximately 30 local residents are members of the group. They began ...
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Candidate profile: Rick Eldredge
Challenger for: San Juan County Sheriff
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Concern grows over Forest Service road closures
Hunters in San Juan County face a number of roads that have been closed on National Forests. All National Forests in Utah now prohibit using motorized vehicles off designated roads and trails to hu...
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Funeral notice
Funeral services for Marvin Lee Richardson will be held Friday, October 8, 2010 at noon at the Monticello North LDS Chapel. A viewing will be held from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Interment follows at the Eas...
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Maxine Lyman Himmelberger having earthly impact from heavenly abode
Just weeks after changing domicile from earth to heaven, Maxine Lyman Himmelberger is still wielding a great earthly impact.
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Health Service District “retools”, looks forward to the future
Year-to-date losses for the San Juan Health Services District exceed $500,000, but hospital administrators are hopeful that a process of “retooling” San Juan Hospital will result in profitable oper...
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County Fair a big hit, despite injuries
Cowboy Boots and Country Roots were celebrated for ten days as the San Juan County Fair wound to a close on August 14. A list of fair winners is found on pages 2, 8 and 9 of this newspaper. In addi...
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Wilds bill may include national park expansion
While the proposed San Juan County Wilderness Bill is on hold because of the January 1, 2011 departure of Robert Bennett from the U.S. Senate, there remains a strong interest in maintaining the mom...
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New plaza opens at Four Corners Monument
The Four Corners Monument, which is visited by thousands of tourists from around the world, has reopened with a new plaza and interpretive panels.
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