News Roundup
Three new principals in area elementary schools
Three new principals have been hired for elementary schools in the San Juan School District. They will begin their new assignments in August.
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Commission expresses frustration with slow pace of progress on settlement of the Navajo Trust Fund
At the May 9 meeting of the San Juan County Commission, Commissioners expressed frustration with the slow pace of movement on the settlement of the Utah Navajo Trust Fund. The trust fund is funded ...
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High drama at state drama
The San Juan High School Drama Team fared exceedingly well at the recent State Drama Festival in Parowan.
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Four Corners School to host an open house
Four Corners School of Outdoor Education, a proud member of the Monticello community for more than 26 years, is pleased to announce an Open House on May 19 from 5 to 7 p.m.
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What happened to the snow pack and run off?
Despite the fact that year-to-date precipitation totals are close to normal levels, there has been very little runoff of water from area mountains.
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Blanding stakes combine
Two stakes of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints were combined into a single stake in Blanding on May 1.
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Business spotlight: Inn at the Canyons
This week, the Business Spotlight is on Inn at the Canyons. Owners Heidi and Jared Harris purchased the hotel in 2009 and quickly began making renovations. To date, they have made over $250,000 in ...
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New trees in Monticello
Cool shade, rustling leaves, and colorful fruits; they all come included in the design of a tree. And in this design one can find hope for life. It was on Saturday, April 30 that new life was plant...
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Wilderness bill progressing without sponsor
Despite the fact that the major sponsor is no longer in the U.S. Senate and a major supporter is no longer on the San Juan County Commission, a bill to designate wilderness in San Juan County is co...
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Major potash operation one step closer to opening
A major potash mining operation is moving ahead with hopes to begin operations in San Juan County. Details were discussed at the April 25 meeting of the San Juan County Commission.
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