A Bears Ear rises above a splash of color. Spencer Gosney photo
After a one-year hiatus due to the COVID pandemic, the City of Blanding will host one of the best small-town Independence Day celebrations.
John David Nielson has submitted his resignation as San Juan County Clerk/Auditor.
The San Juan School Board finalized a new daily schedule for secondary schools, approved the sale of the old Bluff Elementary School, and discussed water issues in Montezuma Creek at their June 22
“The Price of Freedom” is the theme of the 2021 Independence Day celebration in Blanding.
The Blanding City Council adopted firework restrictions and received reports from San Juan Counseling and the Utah State University Wellbeing survey at their June 22 meeting.
The Monticello City Council banned fireworks, discussed water, and worked with the Lions Club for a new sign at Veterans Park at their June 22 meeting.
Frances Vander Strappen, Twin Rock Cafe’s general manager, had a great idea: She believed that after the past year and a half dealing with COVID-19 issues, it was time for the greater Bluff communi
Anyone who has ever made a bread from scratch knows the process doesn’t go hand-in-hand with spontaneity.
Five local high school student athletes earned Utah High School Activities Association (UHSAA) Academic All-state honors for the 2021 spring sports season.