The Bronco harriers didn’t have to travel far for their last race of the regular season. Monticello high school hosted the Milk Jug Scramble at the Hideout Golf Course on Monday, October 11.
The Monticello Buckaroo football team made the long trek up to Randolph, UT on October 14 for a mid-afternoon game in 30-degree weather.
Monticello volleyball team endures busy week, closes out the regular season, now preparing for playoffs
The Monticello High School volleyball team honored their seniors this past Tuesday, October 12 with baskets of goodies and a nice hoodie.
“If a crumble is crumbly from being all fallen apart, why is a cobbler not looking as if created by an elf cobbler’s heart?
May 15, 1939 ~ September 30, 2021
James Linden Black, after trucking millions of miles thru 49 states, is now on the road to heaven.
Spectacular fall photos in the Abajo Mountains. Staci Hoggard photo
President Joseph Biden signed an executive order restoring the Bears Ears National Monument to its original designated size on Friday, October 8.
by David Boyle
Ballots are out for municipal elections in San Juan County, after some candidate drop-outs there are five contests for ten available seats.
Candidate profiles of those running for two vacant Monticello City Council seats: