A program in it’s first year is supposed to achieve some milestones. There should be the first good meet, the first bad meet. They’ll set a baseline of records that are meant to be broken in the future. They’ll have some success, and they’ll struggle some. Or, if you’re the Monticello trap shooting team, [...]

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Wright County Attorney’s Report Ashley May Andrews, 22, of Maple Lake, sentenced May 28 for two counts of misdemeanor violation of no contact order to 90 days jail; 90 days stayed for one year on conditions of probation, pay $150 public defender co-payments, pay restitution, have no contact with victim, have no same or similar [...]

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Monticello Middle School students ended the year with the running of the school’s semi-annual CO2 races. According to teacher Mike Stadther, the May 30 races were part of a transportation power and energy unit for seventh graders in the technology education classroom. The curriculum teaches the students how to use the design process to solve [...]

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