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Hillsboro's City Council voted 3-0 (Public Properties Commissioner Daniel Robbins was absent) to indicate a willingness to participate with Montgomery County's 911 system as the county pursues a … more
Two for the price of one brought a higher level of attire than usual to the Hillsboro City Council meeting Tuesday evening, May 14, as the newly elected city council members were sworn in after the … more
Litchfield's Party in the Park–the new September version–kicks off this weekend on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21-22, downtown surrounding scenic Library Park. Moved from the end of July, this … more
From school physicals to removing cataracts, Dr. Doug Johnson has been a leading provider of quality optometry services and vision care products for nearly four decades.Dr. Johnson earned his … more
Members of the Litchfield City Council met on Thursday, Oct. 18, and were in open session for 15 minutes before going into closed session. During that time, the aldermen passed ten items, … more
Bremer Sanctuary in Hillsboro announces its fall nature events this year. Tony Rothering, a licensed bird bander from the Lincoln Land Association of Bird Banders,  will be capturing and banding … more
The 2018 Litchfield Pickers Market Artist Application has been posted. For the fourth year, the Litchfield Pickers Market will have a special section for artists during the Oct. 14 market. The … more
A meeting of the Nokomis Board of Education took place on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 7:25 p.m. at the unit office.   Engineers submitted plans and quotes for the North School water project at a … more
The Schram City Village Board approved a $100 Christmas bonus for each village employee following a 16-minute executive session during their monthly meeting Monday evening, Dec. 10, at the Schram … more
The city of Coffeen will be hosting its annual Fall Fest on Saturday, Sept. 29, at Washington Park. The family-friendly event  promises to be a jovial day full of fall festivities. Starting the … more
HSHS Medical Group hosted a blessing service and open house at their new Family Medicine facility on the Hillsboro Area Hospital campus on Thursday evening, Oct. 25. The new office is in the … more
The First Noelle Memorial  5K is set to be held at St. Louis Catholic School of Nokomis on Saturday, Dec. 1. The 5K is being held in memory of Ayden Noelle O'Malley, the daughter Den and Rosalind … more
The Nokomis Memorial Park Fall Festival is set to take place on Sunday, Oct. 7, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nokomis Memorial Park is located at 525 N. Cedar Street in Nokomis. This is the third year … more
The five members of the Hillsboro Planning Commission who met on Thursday, Sept. 20, did constitute a quorum, important for two functions–approving the minutes of the August meeting and passing a … more
After hearing from Dr. Bob Mulch and Don Karban of the Montgomery County School Study Commission, members of the Nokomis School Board elected to wait until next month to decide whether or not to … more
The Morrisonville Homecoming and Picnic is gearing up for another weekend of family fun. The events kick off Thursday, July 19 at 5 p.m. with a flag raising ceremony in the park. Following at 5:15 … more
Mayor Brian Sullivan announced he will not seek re-election to his position when the next city election occurs (in April 2019); that news came in the mayor and commissioner's departmental reports … more
The Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce celebrated a successful year with their annual Business and Industry Banquet on Thursday, Sept. 27, at the Moose Lodge in Hillsboro. During the event, Linda … more
The University of Illinois Extension office annual corn yield survey predicted what could be the best harvest in the county's history on Friday, Aug. 24. The survey predicted an average county … more
The Memorial Day holiday weekend is the unofficial start of summer when everyone begins enjoying the outdoors and sunshine. The American Red Cross wants everyone to have fun and offers 20 tips to be … more
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