Dust in the Wind
Crave a cool drink of water?
Think the tap water in Monticello is warmer than normal this week? Well, it is. The City began to pump water from Loyds Lake to the culinary water treatment plant on September 3.
Plane and simple
We received a number of letters and calls about the “flood plane” story on the front page of the February 15 SJR. They point out that the flood “plane” that FEMA says runs through the middle of Mon...
Ongoing effort to increase news coverage
The letter to the Editor from John K. Black may raise a number of questions. I have run John Black’s letters for nearly 20 years. He generally writes an incendiary letter that includes a number of ...
Add SJR Travel to SJR family
Lynda and I have been planning to add an occasional Holy Land tour to our already busy lives and looked to May, 2011 to offer our first SJR Travel tour. However, we were recently approached by an a...
Warm memories from a wonderful childhood
It is a magical place; full of memories of a wonderful childhood. For generations of kids, the Monticello swimming pool was the place to be from the opening day in May, when the water seemed freezi...