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Putting the Open Sign Back Out: Five Questions for San Juan and Kane Counties

  • Posted On: 5/29/20 at 11:31 AM
  • Category: Economic Development
San Juan County's San Juan Strong Promise and Innovation Series were recently featured in EDCUtah's Five Questions.

Governor's Push Pack Elicits Thank You's from local Businesses and Organizations

  • Posted On: 5/26/20 at 03:40 PM
  • Category: Economic Development
Local Businesses and Organizations Thank Emergency Management team for Governor's Push Pack delivery.

San Juan Strong Promise events this week

  • Posted On: 5/24/20 at 01:27 PM
  • Category: Economic Development
Businesses who took the San Juan Strong Promise will get PPE and more in three locations this week. Don't miss out.

Check this page for articles published about Utah's Canyon Country. Professional travel writers may contact us about opportunities for press trips. 

We are pleased to host writers with strong credentials and assignments to write about activities or attractions within southeastern Utah. For more details contact the staff at Utah's Canyon Country.

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Project Resilience: Tips For Enjoying Canyon Country During COVID-19

  • Posted On: 5/29/20 at 11:42 AM
  • Category: Utah's Canyon Country
Utah's Canyon Country was recently featured in Utah Public Radio's Project Resilience with tips on how to enjoy Utah's Canyon Country during COVID-19.

Ein Roadtrip durch Utah – Drehorte magischer Filmmomente

  • Posted On: 5/19/20 at 09:51 AM
  • Category: Utah's Canyon Country
Thelma & Louise vor dem Abgrund, Forrest Gump am Ende seines Dauerlaufs, die Bruchlandung auf dem Planet der Affen.

Movies Filmed in Utah: Plotting a Cinematic Drive-Through

  • Posted On: 5/11/20 at 04:13 PM
  • Category: Things to Do, Utah's Canyon Country
Follow a Germany-based film enthusiast on her road trip to some of Utah’s most iconic silver screen backdrops.

Check this page for our office's annual and quarterly reports. 

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Q4: Quarterly Newsletter, December 2019

  • Posted On: 1/3/20 at 09:26 PM
  • Category: Annual & Quarterly Report
The 2019 fourth quarter newsletter. Released January 3, 2020.

Q1: Quarterly Newsletter, March 2019

  • Posted On: 3/22/19 at 04:16 PM
  • Category: Annual & Quarterly Report
The 2019 first quarter newsletter. Released March 22, 2019.

Q4: Quarterly Newsletter, Dec 2018

  • Posted On: 12/31/18 at 10:56 AM
  • Category: Annual & Quarterly Report
The fourth quarter newsletter released December 2018.

Watch this page for local San Juan County businesses. We will showcase how businesses have used funding sources, business best practices, unique business models, and the overall business community in San Juan County. See how we are #SanJuanStrong 

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The Parks and Beautification Committee puts Monticello on the map...literally.

  • Posted On: 5/7/20 at 01:49 PM
  • Category: Business Features
Visitors and residents alike may find some off the beaten path adventures thanks to several new wayside maps of Monticello that have popped up in the community. Like magic, to everyone but the workers from the city who installed them, the signs appeared in three spots around the town last week.

Monticello Charity Challenge

  • Posted On: 5/4/20 at 09:05 AM
  • Category: Business Features, Economic Development
Kristine Curtis and Marci Bothwell are fans of making things happen. In a small town it's a lot easier to see the effects of your efforts. That's what led to the Monticello Charity Challenge.

Energy Fuels sets sights on Rare Earth Elements

  • Posted On: 4/29/20 at 02:12 PM
  • Category: Business Features
Energy Fuels is looking at Rare Earth Elements. Your smartphone is full of them. The iPhone for example uses 8 of them for everything from screen colors to magnets for the speakers and circuitry. The US Department of Energy classifies them as “Technology Metals” due to the fact that they are required to produce many of our most advanced technologies. The list includes MRI machines, computer screens, automobiles and ranges as wide as use in optical glass and as catalysts for the process of oil refining. It is very likely Rare Earth Elements have impacted your life without you even knowing it. 

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