Montezuma Creek / Aneth

Quentin Bedonie
Whitehorse High Class of 2024 Graduation is scheduled for Saturday, May 25 at 9:00 am
A federal jury convicted Randy Lansing, age 40 of Aneth, for murder in the second degree. The four-day trial took place before U.S. District Court Judge David Nuffer at the United States District Courthouse in Salt Lake City and was prosecuted by United States Attorney Trina A. Higgins and...
Gabrielle Dance, a student at Whitehorse High School, won the $100 Sorenson Award in the 2024 Utah High School Clean Air Marketing Contest. More than 1,000 high school teens from southern Utah to southern Idaho participated in creating clean air public service announcements (PSAs) for the contest...
The pallets are loaded and crews are ready at the new Utah Food Bank headquarters in Blanding.  The facility is setfor ribbon-cutting ceremnoies on February 7 and opening to patrons on February 8.  Courtesy photo
by Sally Jack Contributing writer Utah Food Bank announces the opening of its new Southeastern Distribution Center and Food Pantry in Blanding. Construction on the 18,000 square foot facility began more than a year ago under general contractor Tri-Hurst Construction of Blanding, with subcontractors...
by David Boyle News Director Members of the San Juan School board held a public hearing before approving application for federal impact aid, and received a report on state health and risk prevention survey at their latest meeting. At their January 24 meeting, members of the San Juan School Board...
A potential threat to Whitehorse High School last week led to remote learning for Montezuma Creek schools on Friday. Whitehorse High School administrators shared early morning on October 26 that they were notified of a potential threat to the school. That information was shared immediately with the...
by David Boyle News Director The Utah Navajo Commission met on October 17 in Denehotso. Members of the Navajo Utah Commission appointed Council Delegate Curtis Yanito as the chairperson, with Teec Nos Pos Chapter President Kenny Victor as the vice chair. After accepting the appointment, Yanito...
by David Boyle News Director The nearly 100-year-old iconic Goulding properties in Monument Valley are moving closer to changing ownership to the Navajo Nation. Members of the Navajo Nation Council approved legislation on October 17 to approve the purchase of Goulding’s Monument Valley Lodge for $...
by David Boyle News Director Tribal, federal and state agencies are working through the next steps to bring water infrastructure to the Navajo Utah strip. Federal and state representatives outlined the next steps at recent meetings in Montezuma Creek and Monument Valley (see SJR July 19, 2023) More...
by David Boyle News Director Federal and state agencies are working through the next steps to bring water infrastructure to the Navajo Utah strip. At a recent meeting representatives from those entities outlined their work which, when completed, will prepare the way for the Navajo Nation to plan...

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