San Juan County

The San Juan County Commission voted to oppose in situ mining in the county, including a proposed project in Lisbon Valley that would inject an acidic solution into the Burro Canyon aquifer in order to extract copper. The Lisbon Valley Mining Company is requesting a permit for Underground...
San Juan County Commissioner Bruce Adams has been selected as part of a national task force to study the lack of reliable broadband in the US. The National Association of Counties (NACo) formed the task force which is comprised of nearly three dozen county government officials from across the US....
A remarkable 87 percent of registered voters in San Juan County participated in the November 3 General Election. The 6,761 ballots that were cast represent a 1,215 vote (22 percent) increase over the 2016 General Election, which was a record number at the time. The results indicate that despite the...
With a sixth consecutive month of dryer-than-normal weather, San Juan County appears to be locked in a drought. The most recent US Drought Monitor, released on October 29, shows all of San Juan County in Extreme Drought, with the northern portion of the county classified as Exceptional Drought,...
San Juan County Clerk John David Nielson says that as of October 27, the county has 7,751 active registered voters for the 2020 general election. The record high number of active registered voters is a 9.75 percent increase since the last presidential election in 2016. So far, 3,754 ballots have...
Roads from Spanish Valley to Dennehotso were discussed at the October 6 San Juan County Commission meeting. The commission started with discussion regarding a request to close a road inside Area BFE located in northern San Juan County. Area BFE is a 320-acre park with 15 trails for off-highway...
The company that owns the White Mesa Uranium Mine in San Juan County announced they are now debt free. Energy Fuels made the announcement on October 6 that the company had retired its remaining debt, making it free of long- and short-term debt. President and CEO of Energy Fuels, Mark Chalmers says...
The Warming Hogans program is now distributing free wood to elderly and Native people in need throughout San Juan County. The program, which is a part of Utah Navajo Health System (UNHS), had its first distribution day on October 6. Hundreds of Navajos from San Juan County gathered loads of...
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San Juan County Clerk John David Nielson says that as of September 29, the county has 7,730 people registered to vote in the 2020 general election. This is already a record high, with more than a month to go before the election. This represents a nearly 10 percent increase in the number of...

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