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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
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
Members of the Hillsboro School Board had plenty of staffing moves to make at their Tuesday, June 11 meeting to be ready for classes to begin in August. After an hour and a half closed session, … 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 first June meeting of the Hillsboro City Council perhaps set a record for brevity when they met for 29 minutes, gavel to gavel, on Tuesday, June 11. A full house was gathered to witness the … 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
It was a relatively short night for members of the Montgomery County Board, who held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, June 11, at the Historic Courthouse in downtown … 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
The Panhandle Board of Education met on Wednesday, June 5, for a special meeting, with the main purpose to discuss personnel matters. Approximately two hours of the two hour and 15 minute meeting … more
“With our name comes a story,” said Tim McConnell of Shelbyville, who will soon be opening a new restaurant at the Hillsboro Country Club. “We want you to get to know our story and … more
“You don’t know the impact of what a school day is until you can’t have one anymore. It’s a shock,” said Aaron Hopper, superintendent of the Panhandle School … more
There was laughter, dirt and a whole lot of fun at the Hillsboro Community Child Development Center when education students from Lincoln Land Community College stopped by for a visit. Seven … more
Following the approval of last month's minutes, members of the Schram City Village Board discussed their assigned precincts and commended village workers for their efforts during their monthly … more
Members of the Montgomery County Board have a decision to make regarding the location of 911 dispatch services, so to help them make it they heard from the state 911 administrator, the … more
As natural disasters and maladies spread across the globe, members of the Montgomery County Health Department are inviting the public, both medical and non-medical personnel, to join its Medical … more
State Senator Andy Manar (D-Bunker Hill) is teaming up with local authorities again this year to host a convenient opportunity for residents to drop off unwanted and unused medications at area … more
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