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Old Settlers opened with a community worship service in a new, shady spot on the east side of the Beckemeyer School grounds in Hillsboro. The site of the community worship service links present … more
Before the regular Litchfield City Council meeting on Thursday, Aug. 1, members of the community got the opportunity to see some of the tentative plans for the proposed Route 66 Crossing Sports Park, … more
The 135th annual Old Settlers Days celebration will continue Wednesday, Aug. 7 and Thursday, Aug. 8.  Wednesday's events will begin at 4 p.m. when the Old Settlers Art Show Gallery opens. The … more
With less than one month to go, siblings Grace and Charlotte Herschelman of Hillsboro just signed up to participate in this year's A Grace-Filled Journey 5K and one-mile event on Saturday, Aug. 31, … more
For years, Hillsboro High School teacher Barbara Hewitt helped her students expand their horizons with her European travelers program, a whirlwind trip that took young men and women through countries … more
Economy was the noun to describe Hillsboro's City Council Tuesday evening, July 30, as it was two for one night; the public hearing to answer questions about the budget convened at 6:45 p.m., and a … more
An organization that has diligently worked to make improvements at Glenn Shoals Lake in Hillsboro raised funds to keep that work going during the Glenn Shoals Lake Club Aqua Run on Saturday, July … more
The 135th Old Settlers Day celebrations will kick off Saturday, Aug. 3 and Sunday, Aug. 4. more
A Hillsboro teen who had been missing from Litchfield since Friday night was located Monday night, July 29, and is back with his family. Litchfield police located Vito Corsere, 17, of Hillsboro, … more
Three graduates of Hillsboro High School–an engineer, a journalist, and public health leader–have earned 2019 Distinguished Alumni awards from the Hillsboro Education Foundation. The … more
A Hillsboro teen is missing, and police departments in Hillsboro and Litchfield, along with the Missing Persons Awareness Network are looking for information that may lead to his whereabouts. Vito … more
Macoupin and Montgomery County Crimestoppers is looking for information on a residential burglary that happened during broad daylight west of Hillsboro on Wednesday, July 24. Sometime between 9 … more
With Hillsboro's Old Settlers just around the corner, Police Chief Randy Leetham reminds that the summer celebration requires downtown street closures. On Sunday, Aug. 4, South Main Street from … more
Since it opened in 1966, the Nokomis Memorial Park Pool has been an oasis for children in Nokomis and the surrounding areas, offering an escape from the heat of the summer and the thoughts of … more
Public Utilities Commissioner Don Downs began a discussion concerning to whom responsibility for the repair of water supply pipes should go; it's a discussion that can have financial repercussions … more
It took a special meeting on Monday, July 22, for members of the Hillsboro School Board to get the work done required before school starts next month. Board members hired a new teacher and five … more
After several months of preparations, the reorganization study for the Hillsboro, Panhandle and Litchfield school districts will be presented on Monday evening, Aug. 12, beginning at 7 p.m. in the … more
President Chad Ruppert called the July meeting of the Nokomis school board into session at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 16, with seven board members in attendance in … more
The Village of Raymond met at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 15. Valerie Belusko and Ray Marten attended the meeting on behalf of the Montgomery County Economic Development Corp. Mayor Dennis Held opened … more
After an arduous organizational process, a new dock and boat slips have been installed at the South Marina at Glenn Shoals Lake (GSLC) in Hillsboro. The long-term project was completed in mid … more
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