Party for a Purpose organizers will embark on their 2018 fundraising event at 3 p.m. Sept. 29 with the perfect person of the year.
50 years ago:
MONTICELLO School District
Sarah Janzen, MSW, LICSW, recently joined Stellis Health as a clinical social worker, providing both group therapy and individual therapy to adolescents and adults. “Caring for your mental health is just as important as maintaining your physical health,” says Douglas Hanson, MPA, CEO of Stel…
Thousand Hills Lifetime Grazed 100% Grass Fed Beef has reached its 15-year anniversary. Blazing new trails in 2003 by introducing authentic, grass fed beef to several local, brave retailers and food co-ops, Thousand Hills has steadily grown its product portfolio and distribution ever sinc…
Wright County is seeking qualified election judges to assist some of our precincts with the …
by John Holler
“The Bible is the best-selling book in history, but how many people in Monticello are actual…
• Approved signatures on architect/owner documents between the county and BKV Group for the …
by John Holler
With tonight's football game underway as I type this game summary out (and don't worry everyone, a summary will be posted on the site later), let's check around the world of Monticello sports to see how the rest of the Monticello sports who played this afternoon did.
Over the last three years, the Monticello girls swimming and diving program has made it an emphasis to open their season against the Foley Falcons, who are usually one of the Magic's biggest challengers at the section swimming meet for breaking Monti's section record. All three years have en…
As good as any team’s offense or defense will be against a particular opponent, a high school soccer team will only go as far as their goalie will take them. If senior goalie Quinten Bianchi’s play is any indication, Monti has the right guy in net.
After a tough 2017 season, the Magic volleyball team had to reassess itself. The team had gone 8-20, with seven of those losses coming by just one set. In our interview, head coach Beth Modaff talked about how this year’s squad can do some things that last year’s squad couldn’t.
As Minnesota students return to school, for most families, the key questions involve their own youngsters. Will they be encouraged and challenged? Will they be safe? Will their individual needs be identified and met?
Each year, the cultural and education communities come together to celebrate the transformative power of the arts in education to transform our communities, schools, teaching, and learning.
I have been a journalist for over 50 years. I and many of my colleagues resent being called the “enemy of the people” by President Donald Trump.
Nearly two decades ago a fledgling group of business owners and operators founded the Minnesota Coalition for Workforce Housing.
Minnesotans savor every minute of summer. We are feverishly out and about – boating, swimming, fishing, hiking, biking – you name it, we do it — with great pleasure and enthusiasm. These beautiful sun-filled days will be gone before we know it, we must enjoy now.