Chase suspects wanted

Ashley Hunter ECB Publishing, Inc. A routine patrol by a Monticello Police Department (MPD) officer resulted in a chase within the city limits of Monticello that ultimately led to no arrests but instead uncovered a disturbing find in the trunk…

KEEP FIGHTING

Legislators remind citizens that nothing is final until toll road pavement is poured Lazaro Aleman ECB Publishing, Inc. The toll road that state lawmakers approved in the last session to cross Jefferson County was the dominant topic of discussion at…

Boo-tacular ghost tours are back

Lazaro Aleman ECB Publishing, Inc. Ghost tours and magical shows are returning to Monticello and Roseland Cemetery, courtesy of the Monticello-Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce. Chamber Executive Director Katrina Richardson confirmed last week that ghostly storytelling and walking tours of…

-NextEra- No stopping the line

But can the line at least be buried?   Lazaro Aleman ECB Publishing, Inc. Not much has been heard locally of late about the high-voltage transmission line that NextEra proposes to install across Jefferson County. At least, not since county…

Fire at Winn-Dixie

Ashley Hunter ECB Publishing, Inc. Firefighters from the Jefferson County Fire Rescue (JCFR) were called to Monticello’s Winn-Dixie when two smoke alarms rang off inside the building, spurring a call to the Jefferson County 911 Dispatch. According to a report…

Unbeaten streak continues

Rick Patrick ECB Publishing, Inc. On Friday, Sept. 27, the Aucilla Christian Academy (ACA) Warriors traveled west to Quincy for a contest with one of their biggest rivals, the Bobcats of Robert F. Munroe High School. The Warriors continued their…