A couple months ago, I started reading the biography of well-known “Indian trader” Elijah Blair.
One week into the Biden administration, it is clear that our spectacular little corner of the world will continue to be impacted by the actions of the federal government in Washington, D.C.
With the coqui frogs still singing, Ned Smith, Kirk Mosley, Ted, and I, left the house in Bayamón, Puerto Rico at 6:30 Tuesday morning and followed Ron Batt in his battered blue van to Maunabo and
The Bluff Town Council passed a resolution requesting that President Joe Biden make it a priority of his administration to restore the Bears Ears National Monument.
December 13, 1937 ~ January 14, 2021
It was a tough week for the San Juan High School basketball teams with just one win in four games as they entered Region 12 play in earnest.
For the second year in a row, the Monticello High School boys basketball team did what they hadn’t been able to do for years – win back-to-back home games against the Grand County Red Devils.
The Monticello Buckaroos hosted their first and only home dual of the season this past Wednesday, January 20, facing off against the rivals San Juan and Grand County.
September 2, 1998 ~ January 17, 2021
February 8, 1954 ~ January 15, 2021