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My 4 Favorite Places To RV In Utah

My husband and I just wrapped up a few months of RV life in Utah, and wow, were we surprised and pleased. I can’t speak highly enough about the state of Utah, which is way more than what I think the rest of the world knows. You don’t have to be a rockhound, mountain climber, or National Park enthusiast to visit the Beehive State, but rest assured that you might not want to leave once you get here. There’s something extraordinary about Utah and these four places to RV on your journey. Take a look!
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San Juan Record

Elvis has left the building

As is often the case on these hot July days, we were hunkered down, sheltering behind the Kokopelli doors. Outside the temperature was 104° and rising. It was hot!. Inside, however, the store was cool, calm and tranquil. Despite our comfortable circumstances, a dark cloud hung over us and our mood was somber.
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San Juan Record

Photo of the week August 3

A spectacular rainbow over Blanding as the sun begins to set after a recent storm. Enter your photos in our Photo of the Week contest. We pay $10 for each photo that runs in the San Juan Record. Email entries to news@sjrnews.com. In addition, see more entries at the San Juan Record website atsjrnews.com or on Facebook. Elduro Tuco photo.
BLANDING, UT
San Juan Record

George Charles Walton January 24, 1946 ~ July 19, 2022

George Charles Walton, “Chuck,” was born in Salt Lake City, UT on January 24, 1946 to Darlene Wendrich. He was adopted and raised in Monticello, UT by William Charles and Thelma George Walton. He was an only child, but he was not raised alone. He was welcomed into...
MONTICELLO, UT
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Blanding and Torrey are among the next “Zoom towns” in Utah

During the pandemic, many people got a new lease on life—and new leases. Almost 3 million people in the United States permanently relocated during the first year of the pandemic. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the pandemic also caused over one-third of businesses to increase telework opportunities for employees. Utah is in the top five states with the highest percentage of remote workers nationwide.
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County Fair fun coming to San Juan first week of August

The 2022 rippin’ roarin’ San Juan County Fair has all the fixings to be a week of fun times and memories. The festivities will begin Monday, August 1, and last till Saturday, August 6. The theme for this year’s addition to the long-lasting tradition of the County fair...
SAN JUAN COUNTY, UT
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Earth Notes: River House Conservation

Members of the Hopi and Zuni tribes are working alongside archaeologists within the Bears Ears National Monument to preserve masonry structures built by their ancestors hundreds of years ago. Uniquely, they are using methods and materials that reflect traditional perspectives about these places. The cliff-dwelling known as River House is...
BLUFF, UT
San Juan Record

Bruce K Halliday September 8, 1938 ~ June 27, 2022

Judge Bruce K. Halliday was born September 8, 1938 in Salt Lake City UT to Arliene (Teeney) and Vernee Halliday. He grew up in the foothills of Salt Lake City with his two brothers Ron and Richard, along with many lifelong friends. Bruce attended and graduated from East High School...
MONTICELLO, UT
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Blanding City council recognizes citizen of the year, discusses utilities

Blanding city council recognized the citizen of the year, updated their contract with Waste Management and adopted the Water Master Plan at their July 12 meeting. Janet Wilcox has been named Citizen of the Year. Wilcox, a teacher at San Juan High School was celebrated for her service to the Blanding Community. While presenting the award, Mayor Logan Monson explained, “The intent is to honor those who have made contributions to Blanding that result in a better community.”
BLANDING, UT
San Juan Record

Free performance for BYU-Idaho dance group

After a couple of years with no performance programs due to COVID-19, Blue Mountain Entertainment is pleased to make a re-entrance by presenting the BYU-Idaho Dance Alliance. Brigham Young University-Idaho Dance Alliance will perform at the Monticello High School auditorium on Tuesday, July 26 at 7 p.m. as part of their summer tour through Utah, Wyoming, Arizona and Nevada.
MONTICELLO, UT
San Juan Record

Dan Sterling Rogers February 24, 1962- July 9, 2022

Dan Sterling Rogers, age 60, passed away on July 9 at his home in Monticello, UT after a long journey with Huntington’s disease and its complications. Dan was born on February 24, 1962 to Fredrick “Buck” Rogers and Edna Rose Palmer Rogers in Monticello, where he spent most of his life near friends and family.
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