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County Judge’s Report

January 29th, 2015 by
The theft of road signs could result in serious injury or death, if an ambulance crew has difficultly locating a residence.  Theft of county signs is punishable by a fine of up to $1,000. Anyone having knowledge of stolen signs is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 367-6211.

The theft of road signs could result in serious injury or death, if an ambulance crew has difficultly locating a residence.
Theft of county signs is punishable by a fine of up to $1,000. Anyone having knowledge of stolen signs is asked to contact the Sheriff’s Office at 367-6211.

I’d like to start this week by reminding everyone that theft of county road signs is a very serious issue, more so than you might realize. Here’s why: Suppose an ambulance crew gets dispatched as the result of a 911 call about an apparent heart attack. The victim, who might be your mom, dad or grandparent, lives in a rural area of the county and the sign marking the road has been stolen. As a result, the ambulance crew has a hard time finding the house, wasting precious minutes. Maybe the victim dies because he didn’t get medical attention soon enough. If you are found to be in possession of that stolen road sign, the county could attempt to pursue charges against you for involuntary manslaughter. Theft of county road signs is punishable by fines of up to $1,000, and we do investigate these matters. If you have any information about stolen road signs, please contact the sheriff’s office at 367-6211.
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Legislative Report

January 29th, 2015 by

As the second week of the 90th General Assembly progressed, the House passed a number of budget bills to fund various boards and commissions.

Other bills passed in the House included a measure to ensure county clerks use profits from property sales conducted by their office for administrative and operational costs. We also passed legislation to extend liability exemptions to Pre-K programs and a bill allowing the Department of Higher Education to hold scholarships, including the Governor’s Scholars program, for up to 24 months for students who encounter certain circumstances, such as illnesses, and cannot immediately go to college.

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Happy Birthday

January 29th, 2015 by

imageHappy Birthday Dorothy Glover!!

If you see this lady, today,
please sing “Happy Birthday” to her.
That is all she wants for her 79th birthday!


5th Thursday Night Singing at Campground Methodist-Thursday-7 PM

January 29th, 2015 by

musicThe “Joyce Pevey” 5th Thursday night singing will be held at the Mt. Pleasant “Campground” UMC at 7:00 PM on January 29th. Everyone is invited and refreshments will be provided at the conclusion as usual. Please come and support the shape note gospel music that Joyce loved and supported so much. Thanks to Gay Young, Joy Lawson and Kay Berryman for their help in continuing this endeavor that Joyce loved so dearly!

The church is located approximately 7 miles North of Monticello. Turn left off Hwy 425 on Campground Road and the church is less than one mile on the right.

Cal Ripken Baseball Registration Starts Today

January 29th, 2015 by

cal ripkenIt is Cal Ripken Baseball time again!

Free registration forms have been sent home with students in the Monticello and Drew Central School Districts.

If your child did not receive a registration form, you can download the form from Monticellolive.com.

Registration forms can be turned in to the school office or at Jordan Park beginning Thursday, January 29th, 2015. A Cal Ripken Representative will be present on the following dates from 4:30 P.M. Til 6:00 P.M., to receive forms and register players. The dates are as follows:
January 29
February 1
February 12
February 16
February 20
February 26
March 2
If you would like to coach, keep score, umpire, assist the league, or have any concerns, please contact: Gerald Shepherd @ (870) 723-2398 or Joseph Bivens @ (870) 623-9859.


MGSA Registration In Progress

January 29th, 2015 by

MGSAMGSA is currently taking registration for the 2015 girls softball season.

Registration will run until Feb 20th. Forms were sent to Monticello and Drew Central school district.

Forms may be picked up or dropped off at Farm Bureau on Barkada Road.

If anyone has any questions they can contact any MGSA board member or Walter Dodson at 870-224-5038.


Youth Baseball Registrations Now Open

January 29th, 2015 by

baseball home plateMonticello Youth Sports Baseball is taking registrations for Spring Baseball. Registration is open to all children age 4-12. This is the same youth baseball league that Monticello has had for many years.

All games will be scheduled during the week, and played at the Monticello Sports Complex on Highway 278 West.

Registrations are taken online at www.monticelloyouthsports.com now through 2/28. The season will begin March 30.


New Compactor Being Installed at City Transfer Station

January 28th, 2015 by

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imageThe city of Monticello’s new “trash compactor” is being installed today and Thursday at the “Transfer Station”.

City trash pick up will not be affected, and a place is provided at the Transfer Station for citizens to drop off other trash, as needed.

The old compactor is shown being removed, and the new (blue) one will be installed in its place, at a cost of just under $54,000.


Local Man Is “Person of Interest” in Hot Springs School Lockdown – Update

January 28th, 2015 by

imageMonticello Police have asked for the public’s assistance in locating Kenno Forrest, who is being considered a “person of interest” following a “shots fired” report from a Hot Springs school employee, Friday, after a suspect was caught stealing gas.

Two schools were then locked down as a precaution, as the search for the then unknown suspect began.

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