When the River Eagles 13 and under boys soccer team qualified for the state tournament, Coach Ron Fee said there wasn’t much of a sense of accomplishment from the boys, rather, more of a sense of anticipation. Despite what they had already done, they felt there was more to do. They hadn’t beat Mound-Westonka, their [...]

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Golfing just got a lot less frustrating and a lot more rewarding at the Vintage Executive Golf Course at Riverwood National. Last Thursday, Vintage installed 15-inch cups, yes, 15 inches, on each of their 18 putting greens. The new cups are drastically bigger than the average 4.25-inch cups, which will also remain on the greens [...]

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Wright County Attorney’s Report Tina Christine Doll, 38, of Monticello, sentenced July 11 for gross misdemeanor third degree DWI to 365 days jail, $3,000 fine; 355 days, $2,600 stayed for two years on conditions of probation, serve 10 days jail, pay $400 fine plus surcharges, complete a Level II driving program and provide proof of [...]

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Filing for Monticello City Council officially opens Tuesday, July 29. The current terms of Mayor Clint Herbst, Councilmembers Lloyd Hilgart and Brian Stumpf  expire Dec. 31. Any resident interested in running for mayor or council must file an Affidavit of Candidacy with the Deputy Clerk Cathy Shuman at Monticello’s City Hall between July 29 and [...]

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