News Roundup
Uproar over email in City of Monticello
Monticello Mayor Doug Allen and the Monticello City Council spent much of their October 12 meeting debating recent concerns over the use of email for decisions related to the city.
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Plane crashes shortly after take-off
While the plane was totaled and several watermelons were destroyed, no one was hurt when a small airplane crashed after takeoff from the Blanding Airport on October 10. The plane, which was headed ...
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San Juan County at the State Fair
People from all over the nation enjoyed the San Juan County Fair Booth at the recent Utah State Fair. Buckley Jensen photo
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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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SJR to host annual 10K race on Saturday
Racers will gather in Indian Creek Canyon at 10 a.m. on Saturday for the fourth annual Newspapers Rock 10K race, sponsored by the San Juan Record. Racers will run among trees in the height of spect...
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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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Airport work complete
The new $7.2 million airport five miles north of Monticello on U.S. Highway 191 is now nearly finished.
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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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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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