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Members of the Schram City Village Board held a public hearing regarding the Rebuild Illinois public infrastructure grant prior to their regular monthly meeting Monday evening, June 8, at the village … more
The Hillsboro School Board prepared for next school year by hiring new staff at the end of their meeting on Tuesday, June 9, at the unit office. School board members, administrators, department … more
A familiar face has joined the village of Raymond as the new clerk–and collector–making her the third member of her family who currently serves the small community. Tracy Pennock, who … more
Gov. JB Pritzker said Wednesday that Illinois is on pace to enter the next phase of reopening after COVID-19-related shutdowns later this month, and added he doesn’t expect a second surge of … more
“Law enforcement in Montgomery County is back in business,” Montgomery County Sheriff Rick Robbins said after a busy day for arrests on Wednesday, June 10. Although responding to all … more
Lincoln Plaza was the site of a Sunday morning rally in support of the Black Lives Matter movement, a fitting place to show solidarity with fellow protests around the world. While the event was … more
Thanks to the generosity of the Kilton Foundation, the communications systems for the Litchfield Fire Department and Litchfield Police Department will receive a much needed upgrade. The purchase … more
American writer Nora Ephron said, “Your education is a dress rehearsal for a life that is yours to lead.” Amid unusual circumstances with the COVID-19 pandemic, seniors from Nokomis … more
In their training, Marines are taught to “Improvise, Adapt, and Overcome”, a mindset that allows the Marines to deal with any physical, mental or spiritual hardship. For Litchfield … more
“We will be reflecting on this trip forever. It was faith altering. Singing hymns has a different feeling, I find myself reading scripture differently and will probably teach … more
For more than 30 years, the Farmersville Irish Days Chili Cook-Off has been a fixture of the annual celebration and has raised thousands of dollars for the special education programs in the Panhandle … more
Gov. JB Pritzker announced Friday that more than a million people in Illinois have now been tested for COVID-19, or nearly 8 percent of the state’s population. “This milestone is the … more
For two decades, four legged officers have been a key part of the Litchfield Police Department. Starting with Jerry in 2001, with handler Dan Evans, to Arie and handler Shane Grammer from 2007 to … more
The number of positive COVID-19 coronavirus cases in Montgomery County has remained at 40 for nearly two weeks, and the statewide positivity rate continues to decline. The Illinois Department of … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board met on Monday, June 1, with all six trustees and Mayor Denny Held present. With golf courses allowed to reopen, the board took care of a few items pertaining … more
To paraphrase the words attributed to Mark Twain, the reports of the death of the Lincolnwood High School play have been greatly exaggerated according to Superintendent Aaron Hopper. “It has … more
Two more candidates will be on the November ballot for Montgomery County Board, according to County Clerk Sandy Leitheiser. Political parties had until the end of the day on Monday, June 1, to … more
In a time where the world is as tumultuous as ever, Hillsboro Principal Patti Heyen addressed a group of students on Sunday, May 31, who have experienced more challenges in three months than most … more
Linda Guthrie has been keeping things on track at Cullison and Vandever Law Office in Hillsboro for the past 34 years but that is soon to change as the longtime legal secretary prepares to step into … more
An extensive restoration project is fast approaching completion at St. Agnes Catholic Church. Those that have driven along Tremont Street in Hillsboro have likely noticed the repairs being made to … more
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