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The Ninth Annual Business Appreciation Breakfast sponsored by the City of Litchfield and the Montgomery County Economic Development Corporation was held Monday morning at the Litchfield campus of … more
"My father never dreamt he would establish a restaurant that would last for 95 years," said Nick Adam, at a special relighting ceremony at the historic Ariston Cafe in Litchfield. "We're very proud … more
Five members of the Litchfield City Council were sworn in following a short closed session during the council's meeting on Thursday, May 2. All five were current members of the council and ran … more
Together, they have logged 116 years of service to the community of Hillsboro, as members of the Hillsboro Volunteer Fire Department. And on Friday evening, May 3, Terry Guthrie, Tim Lipe and … more
"No matter what the job is or who needs help, I guarantee you there will be one person who is first in line–and that's Donnie Downs," speaker Jim Hewitt said, introducing the 2019 Hillsboro … more
The Hillsboro Old Settlers Association held its annual Queen's Kickoff on Tuesday evening, April 30, at the Challacombe House in Hillsboro. Seven young ladies will be competing this summer for the … more
The suspect who had been wanted for allegedly breaking into parked cars in downtown Hillsboro has been arrested, according to Hillsboro Police Chief Randy Leetham. Lamont "Chance" Alberty, 19, of … more
For more than 80 years, dozens of citizens have served the village of Raymond in some capacity or another, whether it be as a clerk, a treasurer, a trustee or a mayor. But throughout those eight-plus … more
The Ariston Cafe in Litchfield will celebrate the history of Route 66 with a ceremony to relight the vintage neon signs and neon window accents on Saturday, May 4.  Celebrating 95 years on … more
Many fun, interactive games could be found in every corner of Zion Lutheran School for the fifth annual Flyer Fest fundraiser Saturday, April 27.  This year's event featured carnival games … more
Students in the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) chapter at Hillsboro High School learned from local entrepreneurs after school on Tuesday, April 30. Members had a … more
In a reorganizational meeting of the Litchfield School Board, held Thursday evening, April 25, at Sihler School, incumbent Julie Abel was elected as president of the board. Other officers include … more
The Nokomis City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting Monday night, April 22, and a spirited discussion broke out again, as in the previous two council meetings, centered around the need … more
Police are looking for a suspect captured on video surveillance entering cars parked on Main Street in downtown Hillsboro overnight Wednesday, April 24, according to Hillsboro Police Chief Randy … more
On a day to honor and thank first responders, two first responders were awarded for saving the life of another–as was his wife. The awards were presented at First Responders Day, sponsored … more
Two fundraisers are currently in the works for Hillsboro five-year-old Paxton Sarsany, who is battling a rare genetic condition known as Methylmalonic Acidemia cblB, or MMA for short. "Basically … more
A three-hour armed standoff with police ended with the arrest of a Litchfield man outside his residence at 2:31 a.m. Sunday, April 28. Benjamin Ballhurst, 35, of Litchfield, faces charges of … more
The Hillsboro City Council voted to upgrade potential Park Department services on Glenn Shoals Lake during their April 23 meeting in city hall by agreeing to purchase a newer boat. The older boat was … more
The April meeting of the Nokomis School Board was held on Tuesday, April 16, in the district office with seven board members in attendance.  After approving the agenda as presented, the meeting … more
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