Monticello

THE BIRD SCOOPby Walter & Becky Bird One needs to attend the Utah State Cross Country Championships at Sugarhouse Park in Salt Lake City to obtain an appreciation of one of the toughest high school sports. Every year there are numerous story lines of heroics, drama, and even...
Dedication of the new St Joseph Catholic Church and Parish Hall took place on September 27 in Monticello under the direction of the Most Reverend Oscar A. Solis, Bishop of Salt Lake City. More than 150 people crowded the new church to participate in the dedication. In addition to local...
THE BIRD SCOOPby Walter & Becky BirdFootball – Monticello v. Kirtland Central HSOn a blustery, rainy Friday night, the Buckaroos took to the field against what looked, record wise, to be a formidable foe from New Mexico. By the end of the night, the Kirtland Central Broncos were...
James Muhlestein is highly appreciated by the hundreds of students at Monticello High School who were tutored and guided by him over the 29 years he directed the music programs at the school. Now he is being honored by the MHS Alumni as the Faculty Grand Marshall at the Alumni...
The Monticello Alumni is honoring 98-year-old DeMar Perkins as Alumni Grand Marshall at the Homecoming Parade and Roundup Festivities. Graduating from Monticello High in 1937, DeMar is one of the oldest living Buckaroos. Despite coming from humble beginnings, DeMar is a man of varied...
by Carolyn A. “Babe” Warren Miss Jesse Bradshaw was a pioneer in education, a great teacher and a special human being. A woman with dark, piercing eyes and a mop of curly brown hair, Miss Jesse Bradshaw came to Monticello in 1925 to teach first grade. She would become a teaching legend...
The Monticello High School cheer squad (and drill team) is hard at work. Team members include: (back row, left to right) Ivy Fellmeth, Whitney Knudsen, Shalee Bradford. Middle: Erin Rogers, Morgan Maloy, Torey Johnson, Dani Chavira, Halle Young, McKenzie Redd, Ellie Nielson, Carlyn...
More than 1,000 people crowded the Monticello LDS Stake Center on August 26 to honor the life of Staff Sgt Aaron Butler. Butler, a special forces Green Beret, was killed in action while fighting in Afghanistan on August 16, 2017. The funeral and interment services culminated ten days of...
THE BIRD SCOOPby Walter & Becky BirdGirl’s TeamSuccess in cross country is all about numbers. Unfortunately for the Monticello High School girls Cross country program, one big number has been lacking in recent teams – girl’s actually running. This has been unusual for a program that...
*Originally posted August 17, 2017. Updated August 22, 2017* Aaron Butler, a Special Forces soldier from Monticello, was killed in action in Afghanistan on August 16, 2017. Butler, age 27, was killed when he entered a booby-trapped building that exploded while his group was fighting...

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