San Juan County

Voting districts in San Juan County have been restructured by a federal judge. The new boundaries create voting districts that maintain a Native American majority in two of the three commission districts and three of the five school board districts. Commission and school board elections...
Utah Attorney General Sean Reyes has appealed a ruling that dismissed charges against San Juan County Sheriff Rick Eldredge and Deputy Alan Freestone. Seventh District Judge George Harmond dismissed the charges on November 15 after an August 25 preliminary hearing. Harmond ruled, “The...
Dr. Bernard Grofman has submitted a final recommendation for changes in voting districts in San Juan County. The recommendation will form the basis of an anticipated December 15 ruling by Federal judge Robert Shelby. The recommendation will create three new voting districts for San...
Judge George Harmond of the Seventh District Court in Price released a ruling on November 15 in which he dismissed charges against San Juan County Sheriff Rick Eldredge and deputies Alan Freestone and Rob Wilcox. The three top law enforcement officers in the county had been charged with...
DUST IN THE WINDby Bill Boyle On November 15, Seventh District Judge George Harmond dismissed all charges against San Juan County Sheriff Rick Eldredge and his two top deputies, Alan Freestone and Rob Wilcox (see our page 1 story). The top three law enforcement officials in the county...
Federal Judge Robert Shelby and "Special Master" Dr. Bernard Grofman were involved in public hearing on November 16 regarding the proposed new boundaries for Commission and School Board districts. More than 120 people attended the hearing in Monticello, with 16 people making public...
Preliminary conceptual plans have been released for new boundaries for the voting districts that are used to select members of the San Juan County Commission and the San Juan School Board. The boundaries are being redrawn after a lawsuit was filed by the Navajo Nation which argues that...
by Bill Boyle, San Juan Record Editor Conceptual plans have been released for new boundaries for the voting districts that select members of the San Juan County Commission and the San Juan School Board. The boundaries are being redrawn after a lawsuit was filed by the Navajo Nation that...
Voting districts in San Juan County will be the focus of public hearings on November 16 at the Hideout Community Center in Monticello and the Bluff Community Center. The hearing in Monticello will take place from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., while the meeting in Bluff is from 3:30 to 5:30...
A couple from Durango, CO will face trial in 2018 for charges related to livestock endangerment. Rose Chilcoat and her husband, Mark Kevin Franklin, were bound over for trial at a preliminary hearing on November 2 in the Seventh District Court. Chilcoat has a January 31, 2018 jury trial...

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