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A resident at a long-term care facility in Taylor Springs tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus, and a Hillsboro restaurant is open again after closing for cleaning and sanitizing for the weekend … more
Amid ongoing social distancing guidelines, the Nokomis School District has set a Saturday, June 6, graduation date for both Nokomis Junior High School and Nokomis High School. The eighth grade … more
The Greater Hillsboro Ministerial Fellowship are hosting the first Hill-o-ween Community Trunk-or-Treat Festival on Thursday, Oct. 31. The family-friendly event will be held from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at … more
With all members in attendance and an extremely limited agenda to work with, Mayor Russ Foster called the regularly scheduled meeting of the Nokomis City Council to order on Monday, March 9. The … more
Hillsboro City Council members, two of them masked at the table and two of them contributing by Zoom, met for forty minutes Tuesday evening, April 28, to conduct the city’s business. No members … more
The Historic Courthouse and Regional Office of Education in Hillsboro will reopen for daily operations at 8 a.m. on Monday, June 1, according to Montgomery County Sheriff Rick Robbins and County … more
Hillsboro Mayor Brian Sullivan has submitted his letter of resignation to the city council. The agenda for the Tuesday, June 23, council meeting includes a line item on a vote to accept the … more
A rainy, dreary Saturday, led the Litchfield Chamber of Commerce to reschedule this year's Halloween parade for a beautiful Sunday afternoon, Oct. 27, in downtown Litchfield. Youngsters of all … more
“When it comes to worry and panic, this is not the flu, but people should take the same precautions,” said Montgomery County Health Department Administrator Hugh Satterlee in giving an … more
The world has changed drastically in the last few weeks. Weddings have been made smaller or postponed. High school proms and graduations have been rescheduled. Even local funeral services have … more
In compliance with the State of Illinois’ Restore Illinois guidelines the City of Litchfield has made some adjustments to the upcoming tourism event calendar and various aspects of Lake Lou … more
It wasn’t the latest Hollywood blockbuster, but the parking lot at Sky-View Drive-In in Litchfield was nearly full on Thursday evening, June 18, for a premier showing of this year’s … more
Hillsboro's eighth annual Trick or Treat Trail and Halloween Parade will be held on Friday, Nov. 1. The Trick or Treat trail will be held Friday afternoon, from 2 to 4 p.m. Children up to fifth … more
After meeting in closed session for nearly 20 minutes, members of the Schram City Village Board made a motion to approve summer workforce during their regular monthly meeting on Monday evening, March … more
“Opera House has been a flat-out phenomenal supporter of Stamp Out Cancer,” said organizer Zach Wygal. “The events they have hosted have been through the roof.” And this … more
Eight members of the Hillsboro Planning Commission met Thursday afternoon, June 18, in city hall; the commission, which under normal circumstances meets once a month, hadn’t convened since … more
"I'm very grateful for this honor," said Dave Darte of Litchfield in being recognized as this year's Veiled Non-Profit following the Litchfield Chamber of Commerce Halloween parade on Sunday … more
Imagine Hillsboro Theater Group performed for a full house during their Wednesday Night Blender, an informal night of monologues and improvisational skits that took place on Wednesday, March 4, at … more
Due to the COVID-19 virus and guidelines set forth by the State of Illinois, the city of Litchfield was required to make some adjustments to the upcoming tourism event calendar and various aspects of … more
Prior to the start of the regularly scheduled meeting, the Nokomis School Board held a public hearing on the FY20 amended budget on Tuesday, June 16, at the junior high library.   Dr. Scott … more
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