Category Archives: August 2017

Horoshko recognized in National Federation of Press Women contest

Print this articleFree Press reporter Sonja Horoshko won awards in the National Federation of Press Women 2017 Communications Competition. Female journalists are eligible to enter published writing in state affiliation competitions. Journalists working in states without an affiliate competition, such … Continue reading

Published in August 2017

Prickly situation: The county’s stance on federal lands acquisitions may complicate access issues at little-known Yucca House

Print this articleThe Montezuma County commissioners’ passage earlier this year of a resolution concerning federal land acquisitions is complicating the solution to an already knotty problem: the development of an alternate public access route to Yucca House National Monument, a … Continue reading

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Fine lines: For the 2nd time, a federal judge rejects voting districts in San Juan County, Utah, as racially based

Print this articleOnce again, San Juan County, Utah, has been told to redraw its voting districts. On July 14, U.S. District Court Judge Robert Shelby sent the county’s latest redistricting efforts back to the drawing board, dashing hopes that a … Continue reading

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Rose invents a new genre with ‘Thief’ (Prose and Cons)

Print this articleAugustus Rose may have invented a new genre with his debut novel, The Readymade Thief, released Aug. 1 by Viking Press. Let’s call Rose’s creation a Young Adult novel for adults; rather than a YA novel, Rose has … Continue reading

Published in August 2017, Prose and Cons