Trail running in the Abajo Mountains. Mad Moose recently held a 30K and 50K trail race in the Abajo Mountains. Lula Grisham photo
by Rhett Sifford
The San Juan School District is developing a plan to reopen local schools during the coronavirus pandemic and flexibility is the key, according to Superintendent Ron Nielson.
The global pandemic triggered by the coronavirus continues to impact San Juan County.
We are proud to announce a new look for the online version of the San Juan Record.
It was business as usual at the June 23 meeting of the Blanding City Council. The council interviewed local airport fixed base operator (FBO) applicants Shelby Seely and Kasper Pedersen.
The first official day of summer was less than two weeks ago, but it feels like it’s been summer for three months.
“Normal” is a relative term, especially in a place as independent and contrary as Bluff. Like everyone else, we have been adjusting to the new reality caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Entering the final week before the 2020 Republican Primary Election on Tuesday, June 30, San Juan County Clerk John David Nielson reports, “Everything is moving along like normal.”
When the Blanding City Council decided on May 26 that the City of Blanding would cancel the annual Fourth of July celebration due to COVID-19 restrictions, it immediately set off a flurry of activi