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An organization that has diligently worked to make improvements at Glenn Shoals Lake in Hillsboro raised funds to keep that work going during the Glenn Shoals Lake Club Aqua Run on Saturday, July … more
Three rural critical access hospital have entered into an agreement to collaborate on mutually beneficial opportunities in order to maintain professional, community-based, high quality healthcare in … more
Hillsboro’s city council approved a Small Business Stabilization Grant Program by a 3-0 vote (Commissioner Don Downs abstained because his wife could benefit from its passing) during their … more
The 135th Old Settlers Day celebrations will kick off Saturday, Aug. 3 and Sunday, Aug. 4. more
The Litchfield School District is proposing a lower tax rate for the 2019 property tax levy, which was discussed by board members at their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, Nov. 19, at … more
While the stay-at-home order has prohibited gatherings of more than ten people, the churches of Raymond have proved that God’s work never really ceases. Most churches around the globe have … more
Third grade students from Beckemeyer and Coffeen Elementary Schools participated in the 4-H Pollinator Habitat Program at Bremer Sanctuary on Tuesday morning, Nov. 19. The local students learned … more
"It’s neat and just kind of reminds you of your childhood,” said Hillsboro resident Mary Ellen Mathews, who has spent her time in quarantine building masterpieces from her old Lego … more
Members of the Montgomery County Board have decisions to make before 911 services can be consolidated with Christian and Shelby counties, board members learned at their meeting on Tuesday, Dec. … more
After sitting vacant for several years, one Hillsboro couple is giving a facelift to an iconic downtown restaurant. “It’s happening,” said Tony Dragoo, who is originally from … more
Members of the Nokomis School Board took a look at the preliminary tax levy during their Tuesday, Nov. 19, meeting, a levy that will require a "truth in taxation" hearing that will be scheduled … more
All Hillsboro City Council members were present for their Tuesday, Dec. 10 meeting–the last one for 2019. During the meeting the term "interim" was removed from Jonathon Weyer's city/community … more
Continuing a discussion about transitioning Coffeen School to a pre-K center and sending all grade school students to Beckemeyer beginning next school year, the Hillsboro School Board talked about … more
Illinois is ready to move into the Phase 3 “recovery” stage of the state’s five-phase COVID-19 coronavirus plan on Friday, May 29. Beginning Friday, manufacturing, offices, … more
The Village of Raymond board met at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 21.  Mayor Dennis Held opened the meeting with a moment of silence for street employee Ben Pope. A motion was made and seconded by … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board met on Monday, Nov. 18, for their second meeting of the month. Mayor Denny Held would present the tax levy ordinance at the meeting, which came in at $101,117. … more
The Illinois Army National Guard has received notification that approximately 400 Soldiers with the 2nd Battalion, 130th Infantry Regiment will deploy to Afghanistan in Spring 2020. The 2-130th is … more
Hillsboro’s City Council, with all members present for the Tuesday evening, March 10, meeting, gave permission to various groups to use city streets as the setting for a busy schedule of … more
The Hillsboro High School graduation ceremony scheduled for Friday, May 29, has been postponed until Sunday, May 31, beginning at 8 p.m. due to the rain in the weather forecast.   This … more
Montgomery County 4-H members are preparing for several shows Saturday, June 15 through Friday, June 21. The visual arts show kicks off the week of shows on Saturday morning, June 15, at 9 a.m. … more
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