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"This is something that's never been done before in the county," said Griffen Hughes, a student in the Montgomery County CEO program. "It's a very unique event and we … more
Members of the Litchfield School Board met on Thursday evening, Nov. 30, with representatives of the Illinois Association of School Boards as they continue their search for a new superintendent. … more
The Montgomery County Museum has now officially opened its second exhibit of the year featuring “Main Street Merchants of Montgomery County.” The exhibit was officially unveiled as part … more
Monday, Nov. 27, was supposed to have been the first day in the weeklong federal corruption trial of former Republican state Sen. Sam McCann, who allegedly misused more than $200,000 in campaign … more
The Raymond community held their annual Christmas Mall on Saturday, Nov. 25 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Also on Saturday, local businesses treated residents to open house events throughout town, … more
The 1983 Nokomis Budweiser Class A State Championship Fast Pitch softball team held their 40 year reunion on Saturday, Sept. 30 at the home of Mike and Cherie Havera in Coalton. In a field of 46 … more
"For unto us a child is born." Isaiah 9:6. Calvary Baptist Church in Hillsboro has begun its Advent journey this December, as volunteers set up the live nativity scene on Saturday morning, Dec. 2, on … more
Come to the Grand Opening of the Community Café at St. Paul’s in downtown Hillsboro between 9 and 11 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 7. The relaxing place for free coffee and treats, wifi, … more
Sunny and Red’s in downtown Nokomis celebrated their grand opening on Friday, Dec. 1, including a ribbon cutting hosted by the Nokomis Chamber of Commerce. From the left are chamber Secretary … more
Taylorville Community Credit Union has announced that voting to determine the winners of this year’s eight $1,000 scholarship awards has begun and continues through Feb. 29, 2024. Two seniors … more
Candidates interested in running for county offices to be nominated or elected in the March 19, 2024 general primary election may now file their petitions at the Montgomery County Clerk’s … more
The Panhandle Board of Education approved the tentative levy for the district on Monday, Nov. 27, that would keep the tax rate similar to what it is this year if the projections for the equalized … more
Growing up in a small business, Litchfield native Lauren Plummer knows not only the hard work and dedication it takes to succeed, but also some of the challenges business owners may face. Plummer, … more
Ryker Weitekamp contemplates his options as he gets down to business with Santa Claus regarding the upcoming holiday season on Saturday, Nov. 25, in Farmersville. Santa made a trip down from the … more
"I think it's just beautiful," said Village of Taylor Springs trustee Melinda Marsh. "The village is really investing in our future." The building Marsh is talking about is the newly renovated The … more
In a very brief session at its Nov. 27 regular meeting, the Nokomis City Council approved an ordinance to approve the city’s corporate tax levy for the fiscal year beginning May 1, 2023 and … more
CNB Bank and Trust in downtown Hillsboro has honored Hillsboro High School senior Chloe Martincic as the Student of the Month for November. The daughter of Shelby and Nathan Martincic of Butler, she … more
The annual Patriot’s Pen and the Citizenship Educator Teacher of the Year Awards Program was conducted at the Litchfield Middle School on Tuesday, Nov. 21. The Patriot’s Pen Scholarship … more
Jennifer Carron has been hired as the new executive director for Cross Over Ministries. She will be working closely with Erica Petcher, program director for Haven Home of Hope, and will be … more
Members of the Christiana Tillson chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented a $500 donation to the Historical Society of Montgomery County on Wednesday morning, Nov. 29. Regent … more
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