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A Hillsboro man was arrested last week on three federal child pornography charges, according to information provided by the Hillsboro Police Department. Andrew Collins, 31, was arrested on … more
Bev McCoy, former treasurer of the city, spoke first during the public comment segment of the Hillsboro City Council agenda when the council met Tuesday evening, May 25, in city hall; she spoke about … more
“To our seniors, the graduating class of 2021, congratulations. You have worked hard, sacrificed and given effort to reach this milestone. Dr. Seuss once wrote, ‘Don’t cry because … more
Property tax bills will be in the mail by Friday, June 11, according to the Montgomery County Treasurer’s office. Due dates for 2020 real estate taxes, payable in 2021, are July 16 for the … more
Pastor Robert, a missionary from Uganda, visited with Teresa and Mike Watters of Hillsboro the week of May 10. Pastor Robert became a family friend after their daughter Bailey went on a mission … more
“High school graduation is an accomplishment that many take for granted,” Litchfield High School Principal Doug Hoster told this year’s graduating class during commencement on … more
The Montgomery County Health Department reported 28 new COVID-19 coronavirus cases May 15-21 as the number of fully vaccinated people in the county continues to creep up. As of Sunday, May 23, the … more
After gathering information and consulting the city’s attorney, the Litchfield City Council opted not to follow in the footsteps of some of its neighbors and allow off-highway vehicles to be … more
The May meeting of the Nokomis School Board was called to order on Tuesday, May 18, by President Chad Ruppert with Superintendent Scott Doerr, board members Joe Gasparich, Steve Janssen, Denny … more
Gov. JB Pritzker issued a new executive order Monday that allows fully vaccinated residents to not wear masks inside and outdoors. The updated rules for mask wearing are nearly identical to the … more
The Hillsboro Planning Commission was able to meet in person for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began; Chairman Tom Gooding called Commissioners Barb Hewitt, Michelle Ondrey, Mike Ryan, … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board met for their second meeting of the month on Monday evening, May 17, at the village hall. Following a motion made by Trustee Dan Hough and a second by Trustee … more
It was business as usual for members of the Panhandle School Board as they met for their regular monthly meeting held Monday evening, May 17. Board member Scott Cowdrey was absent from the … more
Preparations are underway for the Montgomery County Bicentennial Celebration, which will be held on Saturday, June 5, from 11 a.m., to 7 p.m., at the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Butler.  A … more
As longwall mining at Deer Run Mine in Hillsboro passed under Route 185 this spring, highway travelers had a front-row seat to the subsidence left behind. E&G Construction of Coffeen is not … more
The entire state moved into the “Bridge Phase” of the Restore Illinois reopening plan on Friday, May 14, according to Gov JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Public Health … more
During commissioner’s reports at the Tuesday, May 11, Hillsboro City Council meeting, Public Safety Commissioner Michael Murphy thanked Katie Duncan for stepping in as interim mayor when Brian … more
From family nights to league nights, and everything in between, many special memories have been made at Knisley Hillsboro Bowl for more than seven decades;  but as of April 1, the signage … more
Cross Over Ministries will be hosting the  fourth annual Destroy the Darkness mental health and suicide awareness walk on Saturday, May 15, beginning at 9 a.m.    This year, the … more
Although the number of new COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County appears to have plateaued this spring, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced another local death on Wednesday, May … more
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