Monticello

The Monticello City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting Jan. 8, a meeting that lasted just over two hours. As usual, the meeting started with an invocation or a prayer, which Mayor Tim Young performed after no member of the public volunteered for the task. Monticello Police...
Although they have been open since December at 16 East 200 South, Suite D in Monticello, Desert Rivers Credit Union held their official ribbon cutting ceremony on Jan. 11. The credit union is celebrating their Monticello grand opening for the entire month of January with special deals...
The Blue Mountain High School Rodeo Team just wrapped up a fantastic fall circuit where they had the opportunity to attend and compete at 16 rodeos all over the state of Utah. What is the Utah High School Rodeo Association (UHSRA)? Well, it is one of the fastest growing youth...
For the first time this year, Monticello High School Counselor Jeff Hunt led an after-school group centered around suicide prevention. The discussion was on Dec. 13 in the Monticello High School Library. It’s something the school did last year several times in order to provide students...
Ellen Kirby went to the Monticello High School Christmas concert with absolutely no idea that she would be named Monticello Citizen of the Year. Kirby was given the annual honor by Mayor Tim Young at the concert on Dec. 17. Young called a surprised Kirby to the stage before a raucous...
by Rhett Sifford Bobby Jane Gregory, owner of the Line Camp Steakhouse at Roughlock Resort, is 120 Cello Bucks richer after her impressive creation, “Grandma and Grandpa’s Cabin,” won top honors in the 2018 Monticello Gingerbread House Tour competition. Winners in the second annual...
by Alene Laney Merchants of Monticello place quality, meaningful gifts in their stores. If you haven’t been out to the local shops lately, you’ll be pleasantly surprised at what you’ll find. Stunning artwork. Beautiful jewelry. Nostalgic toys. Tasteful decor. Cute crafts. Tough tools....
Jane Austen’s timeless novel ‘Sense and Sensibility’ has been adapted as a play by the Monticello High School Theatre Department and will run Nov. 28-30 at 7 p.m. each evening. Tickets for the play are $5 for adults, $3 for students, and $2 for preschoolers. The play is directed by...
It’s the kind of morning that you wake up and hear the wind unrelentingly bear down on everything in its path. It’s the kind of day where many stay inside, warm and cozy against the winter winds. But for the Monticello Rotary Club and many of their grandchildren and children, they spent...
Hopes were high for the Monticello Buckaroo football team (5-5) headed into their Nov. 3 semifinal matchup with the top-ranked Milford Tigers (10-0) in the Utah State 1A Football Championships in Payson. In the three weeks leading up to the semifinals the Buckaroos had played their...

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