San Juan County

It appears there will be no criminal charges related to the initial March 2018 complaint which challenged the residency of Willie Grayeyes after County Attorneys declined to file charges. In the past week, the office of the Grand County Attorney announced that it would not file charges...
by Ryan Collins A date has been set for the much-anticipated hearing in the Seventh District Court in Monticello for Jan. 22, at 9 a.m., according to court documents filed on Jan. 10. Judge Don M. Torgerson will hear the case between Commissioner Grayeyes and his Republican opponent...
Willie Grayeyes sits in the front row of the commission chambers in the San Juan County Courthouse on Monday, Jan. 7 with his family. Mark Maryboy, the first Native American commissioner elected in San Juan County and Utah in 1986, smiles proudly nearby as he awaits the historic oath of...
On the same day that Willie Grayeyes was sworn into office as a newly elected member of the San Juan County Commission, United States District Judge David Nuffer agreed to dismiss the lawsuit filed against San Juan County Clerk/Auditor John David Nielson, according to court documents...
by Ryan Collins The election of Willie Grayeyes to the San Juan County Commission has been challenged by his Republican opponent. Kelly Laws filed the complaint in the Seventh District Court on Dec. 28, 2018, five days before Grayeyes is set to take the oath of office. Laws held a town...
There are changes on the horizon as a new San Juan County Commission is set to take office in coming days. Willie Grayeyes and Kenneth Maryboy will join Bruce Adams on the Commission. They face a host of issues. The outgoing Commission approved an adjusted budget for 2018 at their Dec...
Following the unprecedented focus and attention on San Juan County in 2017, 2018 followed in those footsteps with even more tremendous stories that shaped our lives and communities. Now that 2018 is a thing of the past, let’s take a look at some of the stories that made it a year to...
As the San Juan County Commission meeting drew to a close on Dec. 18, so did the terms of Commissioners Rebecca Benally and Phil Lyman. It was the last public meeting the two will attend together before their terms expire on Jan. 1. The two outgoing commissioners offered their final...
The San Juan County preliminary budget was discussed at a public hearing on Dec. 5 at the county building in Monticello. It was revealed that the net general fund for 2018 is currently in the red $2.355 million. This is a drastic increase over 2017 when the county’s final net total...
by Zak Podmore Only a few months have passed since Bluff’s first town council was sworn into office and already the boundaries of the newly incorporated town may be redrawn. On Oct. 24, Lyman Family Farms Inc., a privately-owned company with real estate holdings across Utah, requested...

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