The worldwide pandemic triggered by the COVID-19 virus has disrupted life in San Juan County and beyond.
Health care organizations across San Juan County are on high alert in anticipation of the pandemic caused by the COVID-19 coronavirus.
While many San Juan County businesses face difficulty due to the COVID-19 pandemic and others are out of work or school, law enforcement agencies county-wide continue to serve and protect.
“Make it stop!” That’s Craig Stanley’s response to the COVID-19 coronavirus craziness, and you can hear virtually every voice in San Juan County echoing the sentiment.
Despite the fact that school buildings are closed to students, the San Juan School District is working at full capacity to educate and feed children.
San Juan County is well represented on All-state basketball teams for the 2019-20 season.
Four high school seniors in the San Juan School District (SJSD) earned Career and Technical Education (CTE) scholarships, the Utah State Board of Education announced on March 19.
As is so often the case, the worst of times can bring out the best in people.
Views from porches in San Juan County are tough to beat, including this beautiful view of the snow-capped Blue Mountains. David Lacy photo
February 20, 1947 ~ March 28, 2020