December 2008
MHS Wrestling vs. Grand

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Monticello religious leaders release statement of concerns
Religious leaders have released a joint statement outlining their shared concerns and values in an attempt to begin the process of identifying community standards in the Monticello area.
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Building permits required throughout Monticello
Monticello City officials encourage the cooperation of local residents and builders in complying with current building codes and regulations.
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A white, “buried” Christmas in
The masochists among us, who start praying for a white Christmas in November, may reconsider in future years.
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Top three sports stories in 2008
Led by coach Chad Shumway, the Raiders from Montezuma Creek set the 1A basketball world on its ear in the 2008 season.
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Marion B. Burke Skidmore
Our sweet Irish Rose, Marion Bernadette Burke Skidmore, age 94, died peacefully at home on December 12, 2008 in Blanding, UT.
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Massive fire destroys up to 24 boats at Halls Crossing
A fire at the Halls Crossing marina on Lake Powell destroyed up to 24 boats on December 18. The massive fire spread through two covered docks, with an estimated loss of $5 million.
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Derryl Jack named 2008 Monticello Citizen of the Year
Due to outstanding leadership and service to the community, Derryl Jack has been named Monticello’s 2008 Citizen of the Year.
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Sheepherder Christmas
A Christmas tradition brought Navajos from a 60 mile radius in wagons, horses, cars and trucks to a lonely Borrego Pass Trading Post in New Mexico for a yearly Christmas program.
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Christmas So Far From Town
Cabin walls now tumbled down, On a big, flat sagebrush plain. A home now long forgotten, destroyed by wind and rain.
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