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In a time where the world is as tumultuous as ever, Hillsboro Principal Patti Heyen addressed a group of students on Sunday, May 31, who have experienced more challenges in three months than most … more
Linda Guthrie has been keeping things on track at Cullison and Vandever Law Office in Hillsboro for the past 34 years but that is soon to change as the longtime legal secretary prepares to step into … 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
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
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
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
Hillsboro’s city council approved a Small Business Stabilization Grant Program by a 3-0 vote (Commissioner Don Downs abstained because his wife could benefit from its passing) during their … more
While the stay-at-home order has prohibited gatherings of more than ten people, the churches of Raymond have proved that God’s work never really ceases. Most churches around the globe have … more
After sitting vacant for several years, one Hillsboro couple is giving a facelift to an iconic downtown restaurant. “It’s happening,” said Tony Dragoo, who is originally from … more
Illinois is ready to move into the Phase 3 “recovery” stage of the state’s five-phase COVID-19 coronavirus plan on Friday, May 29. Beginning Friday, manufacturing, offices, … more
The Hillsboro High School graduation ceremony scheduled for Friday, May 29, has been postponed until Sunday, May 31, beginning at 8 p.m. due to the rain in the weather forecast.   This … 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 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
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
While everything is different since the word “coronavirus” entered our vocabulary, the world hasn’t stopped completely because of the COVID-19 pandemic. With that in mind, we … more
“We are here today to remember that the freedom we enjoy as Americans came at a great price,” said Mark Noyes, who was the speaker at this year’s Irving Memorial March program on … more
Every region in the state remains poised to advance to the next stage of state plan to emerge from COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions on Friday, May 29. “Please remember, we are currently in … more
Members of the Litchfield City Council met remotely again on Thursday, May 21, via Zoom. The aldermen spent 35 minutes in open session, with the majority of the meeting pertaining to the status of … more
Members of the Litchfield School Board officially set Thursday evening, June 18, as this year's graduation for Litchfield High School seniors during their regular board meeting on Thursday evening, … more
President Chad Ruppert called the May 19 meeting of the Nokomis School Board to order with seven board members, either in person or via Google Meets internet link.  Superintendent Doerr  … more
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