News Roundup
San Juan County Assessor removed from office
Shelby Seely has been removed as San Juan County Assessor after he failed to earn the required certifications for the position. Seely was no longer eligible to serve as Assessor beginning January 1.
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Bluff Balloon Festival this weekend
A San Juan County tradition marks it twentieth anniversary this weekend with Bluff International Balloon Festival.
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Highway Patrol Sergeant passes away
Funeral services are scheduled to begin at noon on Saturday, January 13 for Sanford Randall. The funeral and a viewing from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. will be held at the Monticello Stake Center of the Chu...
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A remarkable 2017: The year in review
At the close of 2017, it is time to look back at a remarkable year. The year brought unprecedented awareness and focus on San Juan County. These are our top 15 stories of the year.
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In Memoriam
Obituaries for these individuals were published in the San Juan Record in 2017.
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Controversy, confusion over energy exploration in Bears Ears area
The possibility of energy exploration activities within the prior boundaries of Bears Ears National Monument is becoming a national issue, even while many local residents question if there are actu...
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Daniel, Sue Anderson named Monticello Citizens of Year
Daniel and Sue Anderson were honored for their years of service to the community when they were named the Monticello Citizens of the Year by the Monticello City Council.
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Attorney General appeals Sheriff ruling
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes has appealed a ruling that dismissed charges against San Juan County Sheriff Rick Eldredge and Deputy Alan Freestone.
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As promised, lawsuits filed over monument changes
As promised, a host of lawsuits have been filed in federal court after the December 4 decision by President Donald Trump to reduce Bears Ears National Monument.
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Boundaries of new monuments still vague, details becoming clearer
Preliminary maps are still all that are available, but the boundaries of the new monuments are starting to be understood.
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