In contrast to the widespread failure of at-home learning in the mountain region schools of the San Juan School District, the river region schools are experiencing success with the teacher-directed
by David Boyle
There are now 107 active COVID-19 cases in San Juan County, down nine cases from 116 last week.
A remarkable 87 percent of registered voters in San Juan County participated in the November 3 General Election.
Recently Grange asked me to review something he had written for school.
Due to a new COVID-19 mandate issued by Utah Governor Gary Herbert this past weekend, winter sports and activities at high schools in San Juan County are on hold for at least two weeks.
Until the announcement by Utah Governor Gary Herbert on Sunday, November 8 that all high school extracurricular activities would be postponed for two weeks due to COVID-19, the basketball seasons f
I awoke to quite a start the other morning. I dreamed that I was making Christmas ornaments out of beer cans. Don’t worry, it wasn’t cheap beer.
Eventually, all things merge into one, and a river runs through it. The river was cut by the world’s great flood and runs over rocks from the basement of time.
The last of the fall leaves. Tiffany Smith photo
Active COVID-19 cases in San Juan County are now at 116, with half of those cases coming from Monticello.