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Protesters exceed 200
Despite snowflakes, cold temperatures and high winds, over 100 four wheelers, jeeps and dirt bikes gathered in the parking lot of the Southeast Utah Visitor Tourist Center in Monticello on April 9....
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Tsébii’nidzisgai nearing completion
A recent photo of Tsébii’nidzisgai Elementary School at Monument Valley shows the progress being made, including recently added grass. The school will open with the new 2011-2012 school year in Aug...
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Protest over land access planned on Saturday
A peaceful protest is planned this weekend in Monticello and Blanding, culminating in a hike to Recapture Canyon. Sponsor of the event is SPEAR (San Juan Public Entry and Access Rights), a group of...
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Beginning of the end for snow pack
For the third straight month, precipitation figures were lower than average amounts. However, a wet December keeps year to date figures near normal amounts.
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SUWA defends position to Commission
At the April 4 meeting of the San Juan County Commission, two attorneys from the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA) gave their justification for proposing that over a thousand miles of roads ...
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Berrett is named teacher of the year
The classroom efforts of Jared Berrett were recognized on March 30 as he was named Teacher of the Year for the San Juan School District. Berrett, a Career and Technology Education teacher at San Ju...
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Bluff says no to waste plan
It is back to the drawing board for wastewater disposal in Bluff after a recent action by the Bluff Service Area Board.
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New school awarded a School Improvement grant
There will be plenty of new things for elementary school students in the Monument Valley area in the coming school year, including a new school, a new administrator, several new teachers and a new ...
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Psilocybin Mushrooms seized by Utah Highway Patrol
The Utah Highway Patrol seized a large shipment of Psilocybin Mushrooms on March 27 in Monticello. Estimated at $76,800 in value, the drugs were headed to Durango, CO. Courtesy photo
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MHS Prom royalty
The 2011 Junior Prom royalty at Monticello High School were named at the prom on March 25.
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