Father H. Baxter Liebler
Harold Baxter Liebler was born, raised and educated in Brooklyn, New York. In his youth, he very much wanted to go west to Montana and become a sheepman. His parents and family pleaded with him to ...
Another feast in La Sal
Monticello received a couple of nice showers last week. Not so La Sal. Mother Nature only sent a couple of teasers last week. Looks like rain, but no wet! Heck, we even had our Pioneer Day celebrat...
Summer baseball leagues finish season
The Dodgers and the Red Sox from Monticello concluded a competitive summer with respective trips to Pinto league state tournaments. The Dodgers, coached by Steve Draper, finished in third place in ...
Monticello City Councilman resigns
In a 20 word statement, written July 7, Jerry Ward resigned his position on the Monticello City Council. Ward became a councilman in November, 2007 after running a successful write-in candidacy. He...
319 youth descend on Blanding
More than 300 youth left their mark on the City of Blanding and central San Juan County in the past week after a massive volunteer effort which helped repair 46 homes.
Local connections to Beijing Olympics
Todd Wells, who hails from Durango CO, has qualified for his second Olympics. Wells, a professional mountain bike and cyclocross racer, was a member of the 2004 USA Olympic team and competed in Ath...