After nearly two hours of interviews, and two tied votes, the Blanding City Council filled their open seat with a game of chance.
More than one month after COVID-19 vaccines were made available, approximately 12 percent of San Juan County’s 14,800 residents have received the first shot of the vaccine.
The Navajo Utah Commission was visited by Navajo Nation President Johnathan Nez at their January 20 meeting.
Several days of storms and an apparent change from the dry and warm weather pattern were not enough to break San Juan County out of the drought conditions that have gripped the area.
“Time flies like an arrow; fruit flies like a banana.” – Groucho Marx, A Night at the Opera
If I had to pick a defining characteristic that has guided Twin Rocks Trading Post through its more than 30 years of existence, the likely winner would be... curiosity.
Entering the final two weeks of the 2020-21 high school basketball regular season the San Juan boys basketball team was 11-7 on the year, ranked seventh in the Utah High School Activities Associati
The Monticello Buckaroo boys basketball team had a very busy week, playing four games in four days. Fortunately all of them were in the friendly confines of Monticello High School.
The Monticello Buckaroo wrestlers finished fourth as a team at the 2A Division Tournament this past week in Beaver.