Letters to the Editor
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We love it when a town comes together!   And that's exactly what took place in Hillsboro on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 as we celebrated a Storybook Christmas.  Parades, lighting of the town Christmas … more
As you may have read in today's paper, a notice from the board of education regarding a public hearing regarding your property taxes will be held on Dec. 18, 2018.  This notice is required by the … more
Thanksgiving this year was one of the most exceptional of my life; no, I did not receive any invitations to join with immediate or extended family, but isn't thankfulness a decision based on reality? … more
On Dec. 3, 1818, Illinois became the 21st state in the union.  At that time, the state population was roughly the same as the population of Montgomery County is today–around 30,000 people.  The … more
Thumbs up to Mr. Steve McLaughlin who puts flags up and down both sides of Edgewood Drive on certain holidays to remember our veterans. It's wonderful of him, and I say, "thank you, Steve, for the … more
Since recently moving to Hillsboro, I have enjoyed the gracious discount for police and veterans at the Dairy Queen in Hillsboro.  I have always shown my proof of military service when asked to do … more
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  October is also Domestic Violence Awareness Month.   We all know someone who has either had cancer and beat it or unfortunately passed away from it.  … more
I am proud to write in support of Rick Robbins for sheriff of Montgomery County. I have been in law enforcement since 2008 and have had the opportunity to know and work with Rick during that … more
I am writing this letter to publicly announce that I am proudly supporting Mark Brazel for sheriff. During my tenure as Montgomery County Coroner, I have experienced first-hand how Mark goes above … more
First, a brief lesson in recent history: four years ago voters in the 95th Legislative District re-elected Wayne Rosenthal, a Republican with a proven record of representing his district, as state … more
Beyond a doubt, Rick Robbins is the most qualified to be the next sheriff of Montgomery County. His experience as undersheriff, interactions with the county board and numerous leadership training … more
Nearly four years ago I was elected by the citizens of the city of Hillsboro to serve on her city council as the Public Health and Safety Commissioner. During those four years I have developed a … more
I am asking the voters to please look at records and a candidate's ability and experience. Too often a candidate's ability is overshadowed by an opposing candidate's name or affiliation or size … more
I heartily endorse Bryant Hitchings, our state's attorney.   I recently retired after practicing 40 years as a prior assistant Montgomery County State's Attorney and as a criminal defense … more
Andrew Affrunti is a proven prosecutor of violent criminals in Sangamon County. I have spent the last two years working closely with Andrew on serious criminal cases as an officer with the police … more
Montgomery County citizens will be voting soon to elect a new sheriff to lead the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. I would like to share some of my insight.  I have been a deputy sheriff with … more
I am writing to ask Montgomery County voters to support qualifications in the upcoming November election. I am writing in support of Jay Martin for Montgomery County Treasurer, the candidate who … more
This letter is to show my support for Rick Robbins, Republican candidate for Montgomery County Sheriff. For so many reasons, I wish that my late husband, Roy, could be the one writing … more
In a few short weeks, voters of Montgomery County will be electing a new sheriff for the first time in over three decades.  This decision must be based on many aspects of the candidate: background, … more
I would like to tell the public why in my opinion I believe Mark Brazel is the best candidate for Montgomery County Sheriff. I think his integrity speaks for itself. He is a man of his word and … more
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