News Roundup
Another settlement in antiquities cases
Another settlement is expected in the federal antiquities cases related to the June, 2009 raids in Blanding. A trial was expected to begin on September 27 for Carl “Vern” Crites, age 75 of Durango,...
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Gunnison Sage-Grouse to be designated a candidate for Endangered Species Protection
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has determined that the Gunnison sage-grouse, a bird species found only in southeastern Utah and southwestern Colorado, warrants protection under the Endangered S...
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New Public Lands Coordinator
Nick Sandberg is the new Public Lands Coordinator for San Juan County. Sandberg began work on the job in September. He helps coordinate planning efforts for the county, with particular focus on pub...
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Learn to speak Navajo
Rosetta Stone, the world’s leading manufacturer of language-learning software, recently released its first Navajo language program. The software program will be available at the San Juan School Dis...
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Two competing health care systems face an uncertain future
Four years ago, in the fall of 2006, San Juan County was in the midst of a controversy that had been brewing for more than a decade.
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Monticello High School Homecoming Week

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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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Homecoming at Monticello High
Monticello High School will celebrate homecoming this week with a series of public events, culminating in the annual homecoming football game against the Rich Rebels on Friday at 7 p.m.
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Don’t text while driving
Reggie Shaw, a Utah resident who served in the Utah State Prison after being convicted of texting while driving, made a presentation at area high schools in the past week. Two people were killed in...
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Locals participate at Engineering State
Joshua Meyer and Hans Hurst, seniors at San Juan High School, and Devin Wright, of Monticello High School, are among the students who participated in “Engineering State” at Utah State University th...
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