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The Litchfield Park District has cancelled the remaining events in 2020, which include three summer concerts at Walton Park, a trunk or treat event and Visits with Santa. Park board commissioners … more
The Litchfield School District is moving forward with a construction plan for one new facility and an addition to an existing facility as part of health life safety upgrades to the district’s … more
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced the ninth COVID-19 coronavirus death on Montgomery County on Wednesday, Sept. 2. According to IDPH, the victim was a male in his 90s and … more
Editor’s Note: This is the first 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 City of Nokomis experienced a break in the main supply line from the water treatment plant to the city, including the water tower, on Sunday, Aug. 30. The Street and Water Departments worked late … more
A group of local retired educators, called Retired Educators Supporting Teachers (REST), gathered in the back yard of Pam Dawson in Hillsboro on Wednesday morning, Sept. 2, to assemble treat bags for … more
The first day of school was Wednesday, Aug. 26, for the new Coffeen Early Childhood Center, the first educational stop for most pre-K children in the Hillsboro School District. “We have 99 … more
Free COVID-19 testing will be in Litchfield at the end of the week, Christian-Montgomery EMA director Greg Nimmo announced on Friday. A drive-through test site hosted by the Montgomery County … more
The Coop, Montgomery County’s first shared co-working space and business incubator, has finally found a home at 106 West Seward Street, located on the southwest corner of the courthouse square … more
The Illinois Commerce Commission (ICC) is reminding residential and business customers, who are served by the 217 area code, to prepare for the introduction of the new 447 area code. That means … more
A state appellate court has temporarily halted a Logan County court order that required state prisons to accept inmates from county jails. It’s the latest action in a lawsuit filed on behalf … more
It’s like a scene out of a movie. One movie specifically, Field of Dreams. But Matthew Ulrici didn’t hear mystical voices telling him to build a wiffle ball field in the backyard of his … more
Montgomery County added 17 new confirmed coronavirus cases so far this week, a week in which both the Nokomis School District and Montgomery County Housing Authority announced positive test results, … more
Woodard & Curran’s Jennifer Anders gave the Hillsboro City Council a wastewater infrastructure project update during the group’s last August meeting on Tuesday evening, Aug. 25; all … more
Witt City Council approved an agreement with EJ Water Cooperative pending review by city attorney Chris Sherer during a Zoom on Tuesday evening, Aug. 25.  Mayor Jim VanOstran, City Clerk … more
President Chad Ruppert called the Tuesday, Aug. 18, regular meeting of the Nokomis School Board to order with all seven board members present. Several guests were in attendance to address the … more
In lieu of the Witt Labor Day weekend celebration, members of the Witt Lions Club will host a slow pitch softball tournament this weekend on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 28 and Aug. 29, at the Witt … more
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the annual Coffeen Fall Festival has been cancelled for this year. While the festival is on hiatus for the time being, a Rada Cutlery fundraiser is currently … more
Imagine Hillsboro saw 110 shoppers utilize the free Back-to-School Shop on Saturday, Aug. 22. The Event Center of Montgomery County hosted this year’s pop-up store, donating their venue so … more
Montgomery County suffered its eighth COVID-19 coronavirus death on Thursday, Aug. 20, during a week in which the first school student tested positive and the number of cases and percentage of … more
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