On a damp spring day, the line for the first Bluff Food Bank of 2019 stretched from the community center pavilion toward the parking lot. A sure sign of the need, dozens waited patiently to peruse fresh oranges along with boxes and cans of non-perishable items. Ginny Burns, a resident of Bluff, worked for two … Continue reading Food Bank Truck To Make Monthly Stops In Bluff, UT
Bluff Elementary Students Participate In The Navajo YES Kids ‘Marathon’ In Shiprock
By Jocelyn Lockwood As the wind whips sand across the desert on a dry spring evening in Little Water, three rambunctious boys lovingly tumble in the soft dunes. It seems nothing will tire them out. It’s one of the few times in the past month the boys haven’t set out to run a mile up … Continue reading Bluff Elementary Students Participate In The Navajo YES Kids ‘Marathon’ In Shiprock
Monumental Shift in San Juan County’s Official Stance on Bears Ears
In a dramatic about-face, the San Juan County Commission now officially stands in support of Bears Ears National Monument. The first majority-Navajo commission voted Tuesday in favor of a resolution rescinding previous county opposition to Bears Ears and calling upon the federal government to restore the monument.