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A Montgomery County Circuit Court judge denied a temporary restraining order on Friday, July 31, in a suit filed against the Illinois High School Association (IHSA) and Hillsboro School District … more
The Midwest Royals All Stars cheer gym is flying high both on and off the mat under the direction of new owner and long-time coach Jenny  Fergurson, who took ownership of the Litchfield-based … more
Raymond Village Board met at 7 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 2, for a regularly scheduled meeting. In Streets and Alleys, Trustee Poggenpohl reported two places in Raymond that are having issues with junk … more
“Last Veteran of Civil War in County Dies,” a front page headline from the Thursday, June 20, 1940, edition of The Hillsboro Journal announced just over 80 years ago. Under a similar … more
Roger Shipley's RC Jet Rally will be held Friday Sept. 6 through Sunday, Sept. 8, at Litchfield Municipal Airport. The annual RC Jet Rally will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Sept.  … more
"The goal is to get a library card in the hands of the kids in the school district," library director Shelly Kolb said of an expansion of the Hillsboro Area Public Library District to nearly all of … more
Runners and walkers all over the world helped to raise $13,000 for INAD research as part of the third A Grace-Filled Journey 5K Run and One-Mile Walk, held Saturday, Aug. 31, in Hillsboro. "We are … more
It’s been a tough time to be a kid this summer as COVID-19 has kept many cooped up at home or at least has limited what kids can do. But earlier in July, Litchfield Unlimited Corporation and … more
It’s been a good summer for music, especially alumni of the Hillsboro Summer Concert Series.   Hounds won the reality show Who Will Rock You, while Old Salt Union saw their recent album … more
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) reported 2,805 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 121 additional deaths related to the novel coronavirus over two days this weekend. The percentage … more
Restaurants across the state are set to open for indoor dining Friday among other additions to allowable activities under the state’s Restore Illinois plan. The state released new guidance for … more
"Camren loved golf. It was one of his passions," said his mom, Brandy Chausse. "I'm hoping this course will help get other kids excited about golf too." Camren's Mini Greens, a free, nine-hole … more
It took members of the Litchfield School Board about two hours to dispatch their monthly business, which included passing a budget for the 2019-2020 school year. Board member Gregg Hires was absent … more
A young Litchfield man is dead after an apparent swimming pool drowning Saturday, May 30, in Litchfield. Felipe A. Perez, 20, of Litchfield, was pronounced dead at the scene by the Montgomery … more
On Tuesday, June 23, the Illinois State Board of Education released it’s guidance for schools for the 2020-21 school year, with the public and school districts receiving the document at the … more
After a special meeting of nearly two hours, members of the Montgomery County Board voted 17-2 to approve a proclamation in support of Montgomery County businesses, organizations and houses of … more
The Nokomis City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday evening, June 22. Council members present in the room were Mayor Russ Foster, commissioners Ann Brookshire, Mike Holliday, … more
"We really couldn't do it without the community," Alora Chandler of Sweet Addictions said in accepting the Business of the Year award along with her husband Matt at the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce … more
An extensive restoration project is fast approaching completion at St. Agnes Catholic Church. Those that have driven along Tremont Street in Hillsboro have likely noticed the repairs being made to … more
The transition of leadership in Hillsboro seemed rather seamless during the Hillsboro City Council meeting Tuesday evening, June 23, as Mayor Brian Sullivan exchanged gavels with his mayor pro tem … more
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