A partially clothed woman who fled from a Monticello residence in a Wright County squad car was apprehended Friday, Oct. 12 following a chase on Interstate 94.
The Bounce Back Project is hosting Silent Impact: Influence Through Purpose, Persistence and Passion featuring author and award-winning broadcaster Joe Schmit on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 from 7 – 8 p.m. at the Monticello High School Auditorium.
Area voters will get to hear from candidates for Monticello City Council and Wright County sheriff during an Oct. 15 candidates forum at the Monticello Community Center.
St. Cloud Hospital and CentraCare Health – Monticello each recently received a donation of a cuddle cot from Hope Remains, an organization whose goal it is to support families affected by miscarriage, stillbirth and infant loss
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Since Sept. 1, I’ve seen a doctor seven times, which is very unusual for me. But I now have significantly better eyesight. Doctors also eliminated some skin cancer, which could have created problems. Along the way, I’ve learned several things that might be useful to families and educators
When I slip behind the wheel, I make sure any passengers in my vehicle are properly secured before shifting into gear. My grandchildren are often with me, and their safety is a top priority. Minnesota law requires children to be in a child restraint until they are 4 feet 9 inches tall, or 8 …
Minnesota’s next governor will need to unite a state divided over social issues and clashing rural-urban goals. He also will have the opportunity to build on the current economic boom, pulling from a vast store of natural and human resources.
Republican U.S. Rep. John Kline won election eight times in Minnesota’s 2nd District. Despite growing chatter that Democrats were in play in this emerging “swing” district, Kline handily proved them wrong each time.