Bluff / Mexican Hat

A San Juan County tradition marks it twentieth anniversary this weekend with Bluff International Balloon Festival. January 12, 13 and 14 are the dates for one of the oldest hot-air celebrations in the Four Corners region. Flying the skies above Bluff provides some of the most breath-...
Approximately 2,800 voters participated in the November 7 general election in San Juan County, with municipal ballot issues that will impact the future of Bluff, Blanding and Monticello. The question of whether or not to incorporate in Bluff had a clear answer as 74 percent of voters...
TIED TO THE POSTby Steve & Barry Simpson Most Sunday mornings, I am the designated manager at Twin Rocks Café. That is my reward for not attending church. While the cooks prepare breakfast, fry bacon, steam oatmeal, and bake biscuits, I sometimes stand at the south-facing picture...
Approximately 2,800 voters participated in the general election in San Juan County, with municipal ballot issues that will impact the future of Bluff, Blanding and Monticello. The question of whether or not to incorporate in Bluff had a clear answer as nearly 75 percent of voters...
The 28th Annual Utah Navajo Fair with the theme, Honoring Our Elders, featured a parade, traditional songs and dances, comedy and cultural performances, the Miss Utah Pageant, a Pow Wow, artisans displaying their hand made jewelry and pottery, as well as. among other events, rock and...
by Bill Boyle Incorporation is on the ballot in Bluff for the November 7 general election. If a majority of Bluff area voters favor incorporation, San Juan County’s third municipality will be created. A group of volunteers have been working on incorporation matters for several months...
Brant Murray Co-Chair, Committee to Incorporate Bluff Over the last two years, many Bluff community members have been involved with discussions about the possibility of incorporating as an official town. There are many reasons incorporation is appealing to Bluff residents, but the...
Bluff residents will vote in the upcoming election on whether or not to incorporate. San Juan County’s oldest settlement may become its youngest town. (Of course, there have been people living in San Juan County for thousands of years, but the 1880 settlement of Bluff was the first...
Bonneville Research has responded to questions regarding the study that looked at the feasibility of incorporating Bluff. Bob Springmeyer, chairman of Bonneville Research, sent the response and stated, “Please accept my fact-based response to the inaccurate challenges to the Bonneville...
Bonneville Research has responded to questions regarding the study that looked at the feasibility of incorporating Bluff. Bob Springmeyer, chairman of Bonneville Research, sent the response and stated, "Please accept my fact-based response to the inaccurate challenges to the Bonneville...

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