Additional Stories

  • 0

During the 2020 Explore Minnesota Tourism Conference, held at Arrowwood Resort last night, several individuals, organizations and tourism businesses were recognized at the annual Explore Minnesota Tourism Awards for their contributions to the state’s $16 billion travel industry. 

  • 0

Library buildings may be closed, but we have many options for library services from the comfort of your home. With your library card, you can access our digital world of eBooks and eAudiobooks. All you need is a computer or a tablet/phone. On griver.org there are multiple platforms to search…

breaking
  • 0

Monticello Mayor Brian Stumpf declared a health emergency in the city on Friday, Match 27, setting the stage for the city to be able to properly operate during the COVID-19 pandemic.

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

Horns honked. The siren of a fire truck wailed. School-aged children stood on driveways waving handmade signs. The exuberant voices of teachers shouted from the windows of their vehicles, “We Miss You.”

  • 0

As part of our ongoing effort to protect our workforce and community, the City of Monticello decided to temporarily adjust the store hours for Hi-Way Liquors starting on Monday, March 23.

  • 0

Well, this article is going to be very short this week and next week as well.  Last Friday the senior center Board of Directors made the necessary decision to close the senior center until further notice.  With the high participation level at our senior center and its events, we could not po…

featured
  • 1

Area shoppers have been stocking up on food and personal care items, whether it’s at Cub Foods, Target, Walmart, Aldi or other stores in town. Above, shoppers looked at some options for packaged lettuce on Tuesday, March 17 while shelves to the right of them that usually house other lettuce …

  • 0

FiberNet announced they are offering an Education Assistance Program for families with a student in the K-12 system or for college students, to receive free internet service so their education can continue via e-learning methodologies in the event schools remain closed as a result of COVID-19.

  • 0

Late Sunday night, March 15, as more information about covid-19 became available, APG of East Central Minnesota, the parent company of The Monticello Times, made the decision to close its office doors to the public for the foreseeable future. This is proactively being done to protect our sta…

  • 0

After thoughtful consideration and careful review of the recommendations from the Minnesota Department of Health, the city of Monticello decided to temporarily close the Monticello Community Center until further notice. 

  • 0

During this time, we understand that visiting parks and trails will provide citizens with an opportunity for physical activity, relaxation, and place to enjoy the outdoors all while maintaining some of the recommendations put forth by the CDC, WHO, and the state of Minnesota. With that under…

  • 0

The senior center Birthday & Anniversary potluck dinner will be held on Wednesday, March 18 at noon and people are asked to bring a dish of food to share.  March birthdays and anniversaries will be recognized this day.  If this is your birthday or anniversary month and you plan to bring …