News Roundup
Navajo Nation elects new President, Vice Pres
After a wild and wooly election campaign that extended more than five months beyond the initial election day, Russell Begaye was elected president of the Navajo Nation on April 21.
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Centennial events begin
The San Juan Record began the celebration of its Centennial year on April 23 at the new Hideout Community Center in Monticello. Approximately 80 local residents participated in the event.
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Eagle Air Med opens new helicopter base in area
Eagle Air Med is pleased to announce the opening of a new helicopter base in Kayenta, AZ. The Airbus AS350 B3e, will provide emergency 911, interfacility patient transport and search and assist ser...
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Student athletes earn All-State basketball honors
A number of hardworking student athletes were honored when All-State basketball teams were named.
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New Hideout Community Center opens this week
The new Hideout Community Center in Monticello is open for business. Tuesday, April 14 was the big day as the Monticello Senior Center began serving meals, the Hideout Golf Club sent out golfers fr...
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“Piece on Recapture does a disservice to readers”
I can’t spend the day in explanation, (those who are interested in the truth know where to find it), but last week’s piece on Recapture does a disservice to the readers of the San Juan Record, as d...
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Recapture Canyon protesters set for trial beginning April 28
A two-day trial in federal court is set to determine if four local men conspired to break the law during the May 10, 2014 protest in Recapture Canyon, east of Blanding.
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Long lost SJR friend found
Some investigative efforts (and a trip across the nation) has led to the discovery of a long lost friend of the San Juan Record. After a long absence from San Juan County, Gary Torres has surfaced ...
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BLM responds to Blanding resolution on Recapture
A letter from Juan Palma, Utah Director of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), was a topic of interest at the March 24 meeting of the Blanding City Council.
Apr 01, 2015 | 0 0 comments | 55 55 recommendations | email to a friend
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Recapture protest hearing
Four local residents who face charges for the May 2014 Recapture Canyon protest have a hearing before Federal Judge Robert Shelby on April 1, 2015.
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