• Authorize a 2018 membership investment in the I-94 West Corridor Coalition. As a member, the county pays annual membership dues of $10,000.
Ian Todd, a DFLer from Sauk Rapids, has announced he will run for Congress in the 6th Congressional District.
The Bounce Back Project is hosting a day to learn how to create a healthier you with The Magic of Self-Care, featuring renowned magician and comedian Tim Gabrielson on Saturday, March 3, 2018 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Monticello Community Center located at 505 Walnut Street in Monticello.
Over the last decade, Wright County has found itself facing an aging, out of date infrastructure that has forced the county to spend big money on finding space away from the antiquated county courthouse in downtown Buffalo.
Applebee’s in Monticello will participate in the restaurant’s annual fundraising program for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Customers are invited to visit Applebee’s for the opportunity to purchase MDA Shamrock pinups for $1.00, $5.00, or a larger donation.
by Vicki Ikeogu
Jeff Hage, managing editor of the Monticello Times, was the recipient of a number of awards in the Better Newspaper Contest at the annual convention of the Minnesota Newspaper Association on Thursday, Jan. 25 in Bloomington.
Monticello, and Monticello High School in particular, gets a few chances to shine on the national stage every year. The most recent one: the Gopher State Nationals wrestling tournament that took place last weekend. More than 1100 wrestlers, ranging from pre-k to eighth grade, from 10-15 diff…
There’s no question about it, this has been a tough season for the Magic girls basketball team. To be more than 20 games into your regular season and only have five wins can be demoralizing for any team. But the Magic, and especially head coach Craig Geyen, aren’t getting down on themselves.
The NFL playoffs this season has been full of stories about touching stories like Millie Wall, the 99-year old Vikings fan who attended Minnesota’s playoff game against the Saints, and Phil Basser, who watched his beloved Eagles win the Super Bowl.
Minnesota needs to take action to prevent injuries and fatalities on our roads. We support legislation limiting drivers to hands free phone use.
This year, over 200,000 Americans will order genetic tests to see if they’re at risk for more than 2,000 hereditary diseases, including cancer. Patients and their doctors can choose tests from over 500 different laboratories.
Millions of Americans will be glued to the television Sunday to watch the 52nd Super Bowl. Millions of Americans will not be watching for various reasons. Some are not interested in football. Some will have something else better to do. Others are sick and tired of the National Football Leagu…
When U.S. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., was pressured to resign by Senate Democrats in early January, a series of consequences unfolded that revealed a weakness in the Minnesota Constitution that needs to be addressed.
Concern is growing over Minnesota youth using nicotine-bearing tobacco products that damage their health and brain development.