Monticello

The Monticello High School Prom, “A Night in Paris,” was held on March 22. Royalty includes: (left to right) second attendants Quay Walker and Aaron Christiansen, Queen Adri Lewis, King Atticus Sheeran, and first attendants Eldean Lammert and Alexa Peterson. Cheryl Lewis photo
One woman was seriously injured, and her unborn child killed, in a two-car crash at the intersection of Highway 191 and the Needles Overlook road at milepost 93 on March 21. A 2013 Hundai Sonata driven by Lydia Compton, age 28 of Rockland Ranch, was hit by an oncoming FedEx truck when she pulled...
One woman was killed and three others were injured in a two-car crash on March 14 on Highway 191 at the top of Peter’s Hill, north of Monticello. After all four occupants were transported to San Juan Hospital in Monticello, Christine A Sours, age 69 of Grand Junction, CO, was flown to St. Mary’s...
Extasis Argentinean Tango Trio is sure to thrill the local audience with exotic and gorgeous music on Tuesday, March 19 at the Monticello High School auditorium. This dazzling group is sponsored by Blue Mountain Entertainment (BME) with support from Utah Arts and Museums, The National Endowment for...
With the Monticello High School winter sports season officially in the books and many athletes relaxing on Spring Break this week, we take the time to look ahead to the imminent spring sports seasons for baseball, track and field, and golf.BaseballHeading into the 2019 season, coach Steve Draper...
Every season, every team starts the year with certain goals and expectations. The sequential goals for the Monticello boys basketball team this season were to win a region title followed by a state title – achievable goals for sure. Having secured the Region 19 title earlier in the month, the Bucks...
Girls basketball It’s the week of weeks for the Lady Buckaroos as they travel to Richfield for what they hope is a lengthy stay. For those not familiar with the Utah 1A basketball tournament, it is a double elimination format that rewards steady play. Win and you play another day. Lose and you...
Meetings were held last week in Monticello and Blanding to educate attendees about a new program to train workers in online remote work opportunities. Utah is pioneering an initiative that aims to bring jobs back to rural communities – jobs created by individuals for themselves, I might add....
Adriana Johnson was the winner again in the San Juan School District Spelling Bee on February 5. Johnson, an eighth grade student at Albert R Lyman Middle School (ARL), is no stranger to the top of the spelling bee podium. Kaidence Mitchelle, a fifth grade student at Bluff Elementary, finished in...
Girls Basketball On February 12, the Lady Buckaroos (7-12, 4-4) honored a great group of seniors and hosted the Pinnacle Lady Panthers (5-15, 0-9) in a Region 19 tilt. A Monticello win would get the ladies above .500 in the region. Emotions were visible as Monticello honored their three senior...

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