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Members of the Montgomery County Board held a special teleconference meeting on Friday evening, April 3. Board members Chuck Graden and Richard Wendel were absent from the call. After calling … more
The Litchfield City Council met on Thursday, April 2, at 6:30 p.m. at Corwin Hall… and four other locations.  With the COVID-19 epidemic still wreaking havoc on everything in sight, … 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
A Montgomery County man lost his life to COVID-19 coronavirus, according to a press release issued Saturday, April 4, by the Christian County Coroner’s office and Christian-Montgomery County … 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
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
One Lincolnwood High School graduate is sharing her knowledge of infectious diseases in the fight against COVID-19. Kristy (Armour) Michie, who graduated from Lincolnwood with the class of 1986, … more
A Staunton man is dead, killed in a house fire southeast of Walshville early Tuesday morning, March 31, while helping someone else escape the blaze. Jeffrey D. Dunkirk, 32, of Staunton, was … more
A second case of COVID-19 coronavirus was announced in Montgomery County on Monday, Governor JB Pritzker extended the stay at home order and suspended on-site learning in K-12 schools through the … more
“I feel like so many times  the elderly in our nursing homes get forgotten,” said Kyle Cameron of her Smiles for Seniors effort amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “I knew the kids … more
The concern over the Covid-19 pandemic in Montgomery County is high, and as of Sunday, March 29 the health department has reported 40 tests administered with one positive case, as well as 29 … more
Coffeen Elementary School teachers and staff are planning an April Fool’s Day parade to see students on Wednesday, April 1. Staff members plan to travel in their own vehicles for the parade, … more
Montgomery County has the its first confirmed case of the COVID-19 coronavirus, health department officials were notified on Saturday morning, March 28. “This individual has been quarantined … more
A second Christian County resident has tested positive for COVID-19 coronavirus, Christian-Montgomery County EMA Director Greg Nimmo announced during a press conference at noon on Thursday, March … more
When there’s a need, Montgomery County always finds a way to come together. Maybe it’s fundraising for playground equipment at a school or bringing meals to a family fighting a medical … more
Montgomery County still has no confirmed cases of COVID-19 coronavirus, the Montgomery County Health Department reported as of Wednesday afternoon, March 25. The health department reported 18 … more
To help raise the spirits of students in the Litchfield School District, teachers have planned a special parade this Thursday, March 26, beginning at 11 a.m. throughout Litchfield. “Truly … more
Nearly 15,000 Illinois residents have been tested this month for the COVID-19 virus with nearly 1,900 confirmed cases and 19 deaths. The numbers in Montgomery County aren’t as staggering … more
Even though Bremer Sanctuary in Hillsboro has cancelled its April events–the Spring Bird Walk scheduled for April 18 and the Earth Day Celebration and Woodland Wildflower Walk set for April … more
 As COVID-19 cases spike throughout Illinois, nine central Illinois hospitals with HSHS Illinois system and Memorial Health System will no longer allow visitors–with some exceptions, … more
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