News Roundup
Legislature passes 2-year extension of trust fund programs
The Utah State Legislature has passed Senate Bill 237, which provides for the continuation of college level financial aid to Utah Navajo students and the continued use of funds for pre-approved hou...
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Bluff group purchases archaeological site
The Southwest Heritage Foundation of Bluff is celebrating its recent purchase of an extensive archaeological site located at the base of the iconic landmark Navajo Twins rock formation in Bluff.
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Input sought on lands bill
San Juan County is completing a process to develop a comprehensive land use bill for the county, and is seeking input from the public.
Mar 31, 2010 | 0 0 comments | 357 357 recommendations | email to a friend
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Schools consider $1.2 million in budget cuts, funding for Spanish Valley students
The San Juan School District has cut an additional $210,000 from budgets in the coming year in a process that may total up to $1.2 million in cuts before the budget is approved in June.
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Special Ed teacher named teacher of year
Anne Howell, a Special Education teacher at San Juan High School in Blanding, is the 2010 San Juan School District Teacher of the Year. Howell, and a host of school district employees, were honored...
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MHS Prom royalty

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Local Gunnison prairie dogs will be surveyed
In early April, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) will once again survey the Gunnison’s prairie dog in San Juan County and a small area of Grand County.
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Eagle project donates to Afghan orphans
In only two weeks, Rylan Goodwine and fellow Boy Scouts from Monticello Troop 380 were able to pack over 170 boxes and $1,000 in cash for orphaned children in Afghanistan. The boxes contained 243 c...
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Candidates file for elected offices
A host of candidates have filed to seek elected office in the November general election. Races will be held for a number of federal, state and county positions.
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Monticello to have $2 million for roads
Monticello residents who have dealt with two years of road work should prepare for another summer of construction after the City of Monticello has secured $2 million for road construction.
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