October 2008
All Hallow's Eve decorates doorsteps throughout Monticello
Scarey ghouls and goblins carved in pumpkin are not afraid of anyone, except Peter, Peter. Staff photo
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First championship trophy for Broncos
It was a perfect day last Wednesday at Sugarhouse Park for the San Juan High School Girls’ Cross-Country team where they became the first ever girls XC team in the history of San Juan High School t...
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Getting ready for Christmas lights
Okay, I am feeling close to you so I am going to open up here. We...”the too kind and loving wife and myself” have been fighting some.
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MHS FB v Altamont

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SJHS FB v South Sevier

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Could mining activities put new subdivisions at risk?
A group of San Juan County residents from the Bridger Jack subdivision are concerned about drilling and mining operations near their homes and state that other county residents are also at risk.
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Nearly 200 new voters for election
Nearly 200 new voters in San Juan County have registered for the November 4 General Election, a number that surprised county officials. County Clerk Norman Johnson reports that the new registration...
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Presidential candidates benefited from high school sports
In the halls of high schools across the country, two wonderful sports share the winter season: basketball and wrestling. Both require a unique set of skills. While they are very different from one ...
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New film features local legends
Canyonlands Film Society presents the local premiere of My Canyonlands: The Adventurous Life of Kent Frost, a film by Chris Simon of Sageland Media. Presented at Star Hall in Moab on October 25, 20...
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Leland W. Redd
This true story leaps off the page like a John Ford Western. In 1923, the last shooting battle between Indians and white settlers in the United States was fought in San Juan County. Combatants were...
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