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Scripture Of The Day
The Monticello Junior High cheerleaders recently attended the Universal Cheerleading Association’s summer cheer camp at ASU Jonesboro where they received multiple awards. Read the rest of this entry »
A 6-8 game schedule will be played at the Monticello Sports Complex on Highway 278 West from Mid August – Mid September.
Registration cost will be $50 per child and will cover a hat, jersey, and insurance. Players can register at www.monticelloyouthsports.com. If you are interested in coaching a team, please call 723-3277.
Eddie Eubanks is a local farmer who’s operations are located twelve miles south of Shady Grove on Hwy 172. Eddie is the third generation of Eubanks men to farm this land. His son, Darren Eubanks, is the fourth generation to farm the same land.
Local students from Drew and Bradley county in attendance were: Read the rest of this entry »
I want to thank all my campaign’s supporters; and congratulate all the candidates who ran in this Special Election for their efforts in Opening a community-wide conversation on several important municipal Issues.
Monticello has seen some major progress over the past years, and much of our community’s hard work and efforts will be rewarded in the next coming weeks with a major jobs announcement.
We have only begun to reach our full potential here in Monticello, I look forward to the bright future head and am eager for November’ Regular Election with hopes that we, as a community, can finally continue forward together.
Happy 2nd Birthday, Mary Virginia!
We love you!
From Mommy, Daddy, and John Mark
With all 5 boxes counted,
Here are the final, but unofficial vote totals for mayor of Monticello….
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Monticello School District today announced the release of a new, district wide mobile communications application from School Connect.
The Monticello School Board met Tuesday evening, July 15 for their regularly scheduled meeting with all members present.
First of all I would like to thank everyone that participated in the runoff election today. I want to thank all the people that worked so hard for me and supported me. This vote of confidence is very humbling and I will do my very best to represent all the people of Monticello.
We are facing some major challenges here in Monticello with the water issue. This is a very important and expensive issue facing us and we need to meet this with unity of purpose and insure that the best interests of all the citizens of Monticello are best served. I will work with the city council, the municipal league and our attorney to insure the best resolution of this situation.
The door of the mayor’s office will always be open. I invite your opinion and I need your continued support in the days and weeks ahead.
Recently we ran a story, posted below, about two Little Rock who men were reportedly shoplifting fishing gear from Walmart, and then arrested near Lake Monticello. That story has recently taken a very unusual twist.
Following Thursday night’s City Council meeting, with some questions being answered, and many more not being answered; it seems that the internet was a popular plance for many local residents to go and search for Siemens’ (the company who is intalling our new water meters and will install an estimated 45-93 miles of underground water lines) history. Many of those who did so, forwareded their information to MLive.
Listed below are some of the other credible, documented allegation about Siemens.
Siemens in McComb, MS – Federal Court to hear Meter Lawsuit
Siemens in Jackson, MS – “Water Meters Still Worry Council Members”
Siemens Facing Pending Lawsuits in Chicago for Water System Failure
Siemens Facing Lawsuit in Sacramento
Siemens Paid $1.34 Billion in Fines – New York Times
Although these only cover a few of the wide range of products and services that Siemens offer, there is certainly enough “smoke” to be looking for “fires” to erupt.
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Monticello Animal Clinic
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