UPDATED INFORMATION: Sgt. Eric Leander,Wright County Sheriff’s Office juvenile unit supervisor, reports that both girls have been located and are safe. The Wright County Sheriff’s Office is looking for assistance in locating three Wright County missing or runaway teens: Olivia Comeau, age 15, Monticello; Hannah Elgard, age 16, Monticello and Jordan Olson, age 17, [...]

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To celebrate the recent opening of a new store at 300 W. Seventh St., Runnings in Monticello is kicking off a seven-day grand opening celebration Monday, April 28, complete with prize giveaways, demonstrations, fun events and celebrity appearances. The new 90,000 square foot store opened in early April in the former K-Mart building. “Customer response [...]

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Your Boat Club promises our members the best boating has to offer. These late model, meticulously maintained fishing boats, ski boats and pontoons have served our members well. It is simply time to replace them with brand new models and find them a new home! Don’t miss out. A quality boat at a great price can be yours if you act fast.

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Following the April 3 Monticello Times story on former Magic athletes who have gone on to college success, we received several submissions about additional athletes that fit the criteria. They are presented here. Jake Schmitz – University of Minnesota Morris Schmitz, a junior, plays baseball for the University of Minnesota Morris. Last season Schmitz, a [...]

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The Monticello girls golf team didn’t start the year amidst the best conditions. They officially started the season Monday, hosting a 14-team invite at the Monticello Country Club on a blustery spring day where temperatures peaked in the mid-30s, barely above the strength of the wind gusts. They also started it, and will continue it, [...]

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The start of any new season can bring anxiety to a coach. But a first year coach’s first game, after just one practice outside, could give just a little extra reason to be anxious. “When you only practice outside once, you’re a little concerned,” said Coach Cole Deibele. “You don’t know what to expect.” But [...]

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