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Montgomery County Clerk Sandy Leitheiser has announced that as of Tuesday, Feb. 25, her office has received requests from 100 voters for vote by mail ballots for the General Primary Election on … more
“Don’t wait for a crisis before you start taking care of yourself,” featured speaker Adrienne DeSutter said to a room full of farm families at the “Faith, Family, Friends, … more
A Butler man who was convicted on two felonies three weeks ago, and wanted on another warrant less than a week later was arrested at his home shortly after midnight on Friday morning, Feb. 21, thanks … more
Members of the Litchfield School Board continued to look to the future and plan for upgrades to their four elementary school buildings during their regular monthly meeting on Thursday evening, Feb. … more
It was a quick meeting for the Litchfield City Council on Thursday, Feb. 20, as the council approved 16 motions in the 15 minutes spent in open session. All 16 motions were approved 8-0, with few … more
The Litchfield Chamber of Commerce will recognize several businesses and individuals at its 73rd annual dinner to be held Thursday, March 26, at the Litchfield Community Center. Cost per person is … more
The city of Witt has a decision to make about the future of its water operation, and the city council wants residents to have input before the decision is made. In short, the council needs to … more
Registration for All Illinois Extension Master Gardeners All Gardener’s Day is now open. The half-day event will be held on Saturday, March 14, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Holy Family Catholic … more
Lincoln Land Community College (LLCC) is seeking 20 additional students for the Open Door Workforce Equity Initiative program, which provides free career training in highly skilled, in demand … more
“I’m happy to be here and I’m ready to move forward and make Raymond a safer community,” said Ben Jackson as he received his new badge Tuesday, Feb. 4, as the Raymond Chief of … more
The Taylor Springs Police Department is asking residents to keep their vehicle locked after a string of break-ins reported on Monday, Feb. 17. The first occurred at about 11:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. … more
Hillsboro merchants have a day-full of fun planned with their first #ShopHillsboro Mardi Gras Spree, planned for Saturday, Feb. 22. The event is promoted by The Journal-News in cooperation with … more
“A body in motion, stays in motion,” and for Sue Irvin of Hillsboro, this statement rings true. Irvin is an active mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, who enjoys volunteering and … more
“No one is more cherished in this world than someone who lightens the burden of another.” Mary Guinn of Litchfield has made it her life’s mission to “lighten the burden of … more
Montgomery County will  receive $917,689 from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) grant to expand rural broadband in 107 locations. The funding will go toward connecting homes and … more
It was a busy night for members of the Montgomery County Board, who heard a housing update, tabled a vote to lease recycling equipment, approved a change in the coal mine contract and approved a … more
Three people face felony charges after a drug bust by the Litchfield Police Department on Friday evening, Feb. 7. Thomas W. Srygler, 36 of Litchfield, was charged with possession with intent to … more
At their meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 11, members of the Hillsboro School Board unanimously voted to transition Coffeen School from an elementary school to a school solely for pre-K beginning next school … more
Much of the business conducted at the Feb. 11 Hillsboro City Council meeting dealt with infrastructure planning. As Mayor Brian Sullivan said, “Plans are approved in the winter so work can be … more
During their monthly board meeting held Monday evening, Feb. 10, members of the Schram City Village Board made a motion to prohibit cannabis sales inside the village  in a 4-1 vote; Trustee … more
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