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By Kendra Hartsell Monticello Times Three Monticello community members hope to do something next week that most people only think or dream about during a recreational fit of fancy. Richard Crummy, Lisa Haagen and Matthew Zemlicka will rappel down the side of the 321 foot, 23-story U.S. Bank Plaza II in downtown Minneapolis Sept. 12 [...]

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Can a great food, great fun, and big city style tasting experience make a return engagement in Monticello? Absolutely!

The Fifth Annual Taste of the Towns fundraising event, sponsored and organized by the Rotary Club of Monticello, brings together community members for fellowship, food, and fun.

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The Monticello-based Holker Brothers Farm, located on the north side of Pelican Lake, will be recognized as one of the 215 Minnesota Century Farms at the Minnesota State Fair this year. Century Farms are awarded annually to families who apply from any county in Minnesota. The farms must be at least 100 years old, in [...]

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The Monticello City Council decided at its Aug. 11 meeting to approve an interim plan for providing public transportation service for Monticello residents. City Administrator Jeff O’Neill described the situation in an Aug. 11 background memo to council. “There has been some difficulty in getting the [former] River Rider service replaced,” O’Neill said. “Because of [...]

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