Lady Broncos at state tennis
The San Juan Bronco girls tennis team closed the year with a strong finish at the 2A state tournament. Three Bronco teams won matches, with the doubles team of Brenna Bleggi and Brittney Macdonald ...
Bucks win close one over Summit, 20-17
It was a return to the successful Austin-powers running combination of the past year that lifted the Buckaroos to a come-from-behind 20-17 win over upstart Summit Academy on Friday night in Montice...
The homecoming royalty at San Juan High School includes: (left to right) Fourth Attendant Bree Hosler, First Attendant L’sha Eldredge, Queen Brooke Lyman, Third Attendant Lexus Lathem, and Second A...
Poaching info sought
On August 31, 2012, law enforcement personnel with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources responded to a call from a concerned citizen about a possible deer poaching on Elk Ridge.
Diseased deer near Monticello
Biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) need your help. On August 3, the biologists euthanized a mule deer buck in the Manti-La Sal National Forest southwest of Monticello.
Derrick Favors visits Monticello
Derrick Favors, of the Utah Jazz, recently made a visit to Monticello as part of the Junior Jazz program. Favors, one of the up and coming big men in the NBA, finished working out with the US Olymp...
Falls sports begin with a bang
With a short pass from Barkley Christensen on the Bronco’s first offensive play of the season, Logan Meyer and the San Juan Broncos served notice, 61 yards later, that the 2012 version of the San J...
Bucks over Raiders 62-0
The Monticello Buckaroo football team opened the 2012 season with a 62-0 thrashing of the Whitehorse Raiders on August 17 in Monticello.