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“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
A special Montgomery County Board meeting has been set for 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 28, for a proclamation “in support of Montgomery County businesses, organizations and houses of … more
Property tax bills in Montgomery County will be mailed out by Friday, May 29, and the first installment will be due on Thursday, July 2. The late payment penalty for the first installment will be … more
A Springfield man who was already in custody for multiple pending felonies was also charged with three counts of first degree murder on Wednesday, May 20, in the Jan. 11 death of a Springfield woman … more
“How can we vote to undo something that we didn’t do?” said Montgomery County Board Chairman Evan Young. Amid growing initiatives to open county businesses, leadership of the … more
As the entire state remains on pace to enter the next phase of reopening, Gov. JB Pritzker announced a major addition to the allowed activities under the phase: outdoor dining at … more
More than half a billion dollars has been allocated to Illinois schools through the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund (ESSER) under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic … more
Montgomery County will celebrate it’s bicentennial next year, 2021. At a meeting held in early March, to discuss the upcoming 200th birthday of the county, several ideas for recognizing and … more
Organizers in Irving have finalized plans for this year’s Irving Memorial March on Sunday, May 24. The program begins at the Irving United Methodist Church at 1 p.m., where flag carrier … more
"It’s neat and just kind of reminds you of your childhood,” said Hillsboro resident Mary Ellen Mathews, who has spent her time in quarantine building masterpieces from her old Lego … more
As the 2019-2020 school year winds down and remote-learning set to wind down, Montgomery County’s school districts deserve a standing ovation. In addition to very-quickly creating and … more
“We are on target to move to Phase 3 on May 29,” Christian-Montgomery EMA Director Greg Nimmo said of Gov. JB Pritzker’s regional five-phase plan to ease restrictions to slow the … more
The Nokomis City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, May 11, with Mayor Russ Foster Commissioners Ann Brookshire, Derek Durbin, and Jocko Nash, and with City Clerk Rachel Hill … more
As the COVID-19 pandemic first began to unfold in mid-March, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker barred restaurants and bars from serving sit-down customers for at least two weeks. The ban was … more
Members of the Montgomery County Cancer Association have announced they are cancelling this year’s Birthday Party and Celebration of Life event. Typically, the annual event is held in June … more
They say that every dog has its day, and for the last eight years, that day has been in July for more than 4,000 intrepid “Big Dawgs” who have challenged themselves by running through the … more
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