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Four Litchfield firefighters and one Staunton firefighter were honored prior to the start of the Litchfield City Council meeting on Thursday, Feb. 6, for their work during the emergency flooding in … more
The Hillsboro Area Health Foundation continued its mission to boost healthcare in the community with one of its signature events–the 21st annual Valentine Gala–Saturday, Feb. 8, at The … more
The popularity of Brittain’s Princess Parties (BPP) has proven that no one is ever too old for princesses. The Litchfield-based, entertainment company was founded by Brittain Osborne in March … more
A man who rammed a Hillsboro police car during a chase that began at the Montgomery County Jail was ultimately arrested in Litchfield on Thursday night, Feb. 6. Christopher A. Smith, 44, of … more
Cara Noyes announced plans to bring a shared co-working space, The Hilltop Co-op, to Hillsboro at Imagine Hillsboro Technology Committee's most recent Tech Night on Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the Opera … more
A Butler man who was convicted of two felonies in a jury trial last week is now wanted for another alleged crime, and law enforcement is looking for information on his whereabouts. According to … more
Aristede Ephron resigned from the Bond County Community School Board on Monday, Feb. 3, after the school district learned last week that his appointment last summer violated school code. Ephron … more
Steve Langheim received the Firefighter of the Year award for the fourth time on Saturday night, Feb. 1, at the Shoal Creek Fire Protection District's annual banquet. The event was held at the … more
Route 16 between Hillsboro and Litchfield was closed for two and a half hours on Tuesday, Feb. 4, when a drilling company came into contact with a gas line. Four members of the Litchfield Fire … more
The Montgomery County Clerk's office announces that applications for vote by mail may now be requested  for the Tuesday, March 17, 2020 General Primary Election. Voters may also vote early in … more
"First of all I want to thank Brian Carver and Atlas 46. Without them we would never have come in contact with Rick and Steve," said Hillsboro Mayor Brian Sullivan during the city's official … more
Free wifi will soon be available in downtown Hillsboro this week, thanks to the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, Imagine Hillsboro, and CTI. "We should be ready on Wednesday," CTI manager Dustin … more
A jury found a Butler man guilty of two felonies after a trial that concluded Wednesday, Jan. 29, in Montgomery County Circuit Court in Hillsboro. Mackenzie R. Rhodes, 42, of Butler, was convicted … more
For the past 44 years, he has been the one one to call when you needed more fuel. With a warm and welcoming face, he has spent countless hours delivering the power source to many throughout the … more
"Your life is full of 'not yets,'" Sam Anthony Lucania shared with high school and junior high students at Lincolnwood in Raymond on Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 28. Sponsored by Cross Over Ministries, … more
Both Public Safety Commissioner Michael Murphy and Mayor Brian Sullivan commented about the recent smashed car window/thievery actions perpetrated in the Fusion parking lot; Murphy, after asking … more
"What we're seeing is that in today's world, students need to be exposed to different opportunities," said Litchfield Superintendent Dr. Greggory Fuerstenau. "That's why we are formulating a new … more
After nearly an hour in closed session the members of the Panhandle Board of Education acted on several personnel matters, including the reclassification of Chris Paproth from Farmersville Grade … more
Due to the absence of Mayor Foster, Commissioner Derek Durbin called the meeting of the Nokomis city council to order on Monday, Jan. 27, with all other council members present. The brief … more
Members of the Nokomis Chamber of Commerce gathered for their third annual awards dinner held Monday evening, Jan. 27, at Town Pump Bowl and Lounge in Nokomis.  Chamber President Ed Heck … more
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