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A one-of-a-kind attraction in Witt has a new home as of Monday, one that will allow it to be enjoyed for years to come. The 1964 McDonnel-Douglas F4C Phantom that sat on the southern edge of Witt … more
Only six of the 900 coronavirus tests reported so far this week by the Montgomery County Health Department have come back positive for a rate of 0.7 percent. That compares to a preliminary … more
Members of the Hillsboro School Board filled a vacancy on the board, elected officers, and approved a $21.5 million fiscal year 2021 budget during their meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 15, in the Hillsboro … more
A public hearing regarding the Community Block Development Grant the village is applying for preceded the monthly Schram City Village Board meeting on Monday evening, Sept. 14. The village will … more
Editor’s Note: This is the third in a series of articles highlighting the results of the Little Leaps program through the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Hillsboro Area … more
The Montgomery County Health Department will hold its first drive-thru flu shot clinics for the fall season next week. The clinics will be held Tuesday, Sept. 22, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and Thursday, … more
It was a chance to get a good look at aircraft on the ground–and a great chance to get a look at the city from the air–during the Litchfield Airport Authority open house on Saturday, … more
A female in her 70s is the fourth COVID-19 coronavirus death in Montgomery County in September, and the 12th in the county since the virus began. The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) … more
A Donnellson man was airlifted from the scene by a medical helicopter that landed on the highway when he was struck by a vehicle while working a construction project at 11:25 a.m. Friday, Sept. … more
Hillsboro Parks and Recreation Department finished fixing the drain tile system at the Central Park property this summer, an effort to quell the water that continuously seeps up from a natural spring … more
“I love being a Catholic school principal and I love my faith.” A native of Missouri and longtime Catholic school principal, Pierre “Nic” Antoine of Nashville began a new … more
A Litchfield man who allegedly threatened police and brandished a gun after they arrived for a domestic disturbance on Thursday night, Sept. 10, was arrested the next day on a felony warrant. Jerold L. … more
“Every citizen in our county can help to end the silence and the stigma that creates a barrier to individuals seeking help when they are depressed or having suicidal thoughts,” read … more
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced another COVID-19 coronavirus death in Montgomery County on Tuesday, Sept. 8, the 11th death in the county caused by the virus and the third … more
Hillsboro’s city council meeting Tuesday evening, Sept. 8, was busy as two men were hired, the once Eagle Zinc property was annexed, and a stack of bills were okayed for payment. Hired as a … more
Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of articles highlighting the results of the Little Leaps program through the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Hillsboro Area … more
Take a stroll along South Main Street in Hillsboro and you’ll likely wander across Monarch Park; a not-so-secret garden of wildflowers that adds a spot of much needed cheer and optimism to a … more
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced the tenth COVID-19 coronavirus death in Montgomery County on Thursday, Sept. 3. According to IDPH, the fatal Montgomery County coronavirus … more
Members of the Litchfield City Council met on Thursday, Sept. 3, for the first of two meetings of the month. Among the items approved during the meeting was an ordinance pertaining to the Local … more
Producers can expect a typical corn yield this year, according to the survey annually conducted by the University of Illinois Extension. This year’s corn yield survey predicted an average of … more
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