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A lot of people could have ten years at a college and still not do enough to earn a spot in the school Hall of Fame. Four years is difficult enough. Gail Grieme did it in two. Grieme, a teacher in Monticello and the head girls cross country coach as well as assistant track and [...]

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James Raymond Bakke, 45, of Clearwater, sentenced Oct. 21 for felony assault in the second degree to a stay of imposition for five years on conditions of probation, serve 15 days jail, pay $75 public defender co-payment, have no contact with victim, have no use or possession of alcohol or non-prescription drugs, submit to random [...]

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Monticello Royalty Princess Brianna Ye, Queen Addison Schnable and Princess Sydney Blonigen led Saturday’s Halloween Kiddie parade that started in the aree of Third and Walnut Street and ended up at the Monticello Community Center.  (Photo by Tim Hennagir)

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A regular season high school football schedule is just eight games long. Those eight games leave little time to worry about style, and put much more of an emphasis on substance. That’s a positive for the Magic football team. Once again, they got it done with less than their best. This time they did it [...]

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Xcel Energy needs to convert coal plant to renewable wind, solar power To the editor: I am writing to you today out of concern for our climate and the citizens that live on our planet. What will it take for us to finally do something about the climate disruption, air pollution, and water contamination brought [...]

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