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Arts and Crafts Saturday is held at Monticello-Union Township Library - Newsbug Information
On the first Saturday of each month, the Monticello-Union Township Library hosts an “Art & Craft Saturday” for children in second grade through fifth grades. Providing this service and fun is the Libraries Children Services Clerk of 15 ...
Little League opening day - Newsbug Information
Play ball! Little Leaguers of all ages joined together Saturday morning for opening day festivities for the Monticello Little League. Cold and cloudy weather during opening ceremonies quickly made way for sunny and slightly warmer temperatures as players ...
Reddington; Indians hold off Braves - Newsbug Information
On any given night the Indians have seven or eight players that can lead the team to victory. In the opening round of the IHSAA Boys Basketball State Tournament, it was Tyler Reddington’s turn. Reddington scored a team-high 19 points to give ...
ADA Art Contest winners recognized - Newsbug Information
The City of Monticello, in partnership with CDC, the CDC Consumers, and the Twin Lakes High School Adaptive Art Class, held the Second Annual Disabilities Awareness Month Art Contest Awards Program on Tuesday at the CDC. Judges for the event ...
Winter costs continue to add up - Newsbug Information
The continuing challenges and costs of this winter were discussed at Monday’s meeting of Monticello City Council. Also, the mayor read aloud a proclamation declaring March 2014 Disabilities ... Tuesday's edition of the Herald Journal.
Justin Andrews is newest member added to NW Hall of Fame - Newsbug Information
North White graduate Justin Andrews had a night he will never forget during a halftime presentation at the Vikings’ varsity boys basketball game against Delphi Friday night. On Feb. 28 Andrews was presented with a plaque, officially inducting ...
Abandoned rail, potential trail - Newsbug Information
CSX Transportation’s decision to abandon a local railroad spur opens the door to a potential link to Monticello’s fledgling trail system. In February, CSX published a petition in the Federal Register to abandon 9.6 miles of railroad track ...
Falcons overcome deficit to defeat Rebels - Newsbug Information
The boys basketball team at Frontier High School had to fight their way through a slow-pace game Thursday night to defeat South Newton in the team’s final home game of the season. The Rebels’ slower speed gave the Falcons trouble early, but ...
Fire destroys home - Newsbug Information
The Monticello Fire Department responded to a structure fire at 9:38 p.m. Thursday on Lake Freeman. The summer residence, located at 816 E. Terrace Bay Court, was a total loss. Fourteen Monticello firefighters, manning two engines, an aerial ...