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The March meeting of the Nokomis School Board was held on Tuesday, March 19, in the regional office with seven board members in attendance. After approving the agenda as presented, the meeting began … more
"It's so humbling to live in a community that cares so much and is willing to honor people who made a difference," said Terri Miller of Hillsboro. "And though he only lived 18 years, Danial did make … more
As he set about to brew the very first batch of beer at Opera House Brewing Company in downtown Hillsboro, owner Tony Marcolini likened the event to his wedding day. "Today I am reminded of a day … more
Friends and family of Litchfield Police Chief Lee Jarman were at the Litchfield City Council meeting on Thursday, March 21, to celebrate the retirement of a man who has worked his way up to the … more
Hillsboro police discovered a scam involving cell phone customers of AT&T on Thursday, March 21. According to Hillsboro Police Chief Randy Leetham, the scammers get control of a cell phone … more
The majority of the nearly two-hour open session for Thursday's Litchfield City Council meeting focused on the budget for the upcoming year, but in reality, it was two items in the budget that drew … more
Members of the Litchfield School Board unanimously approved administrator contracts for the 2019-2020 school year at their regular monthly meeting on Thursday evening, March 21, at Sihler School in … more
Hillsboro Planning Commissioners Barb Hewitt (chairperson pro tempore), Dave Booher, Rex Brown, Dave Powell, and Mark Osborne met for 45 minutes Thursday afternoon, March 21, to hear committee … more
The Village of Raymond held a regularly scheduled meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 18.  Raymond resident Keith Halsey was in attendance to inquire about the village's plan for the old … more
Walk between the pillars and through the front door of the stately brick structure at 420 South Main Street in Hillsboro, and inside there is very little to indicate that the building was home to a … more
It had been just over 90 years since the textile industry last operated in downtown Hillsboro. That was true until last month when a company that arrived with an interest in Hillsboro history … more
"I think the whole event went great," said Litchfield Fire Department Captain Scott Haenel of the first annual St. Baldrick's head-shaving event that raised over $11,000 for childhood cancer … more
The annual Farm Family Event was held Wednesday, March 20, in the auditorium at Lincoln Land Community College Litchfield campus. During the event, Anita and Jack Rundquist, a husband and wife … more
At risk students in Montgomery County and other school districts in Regional Office of Education (ROE) District #3 will have a new place to continue their education next year after the Panhandle … more
According to the St. Baldrick's Foundation, 300,000 children are diagnosed with cancer each year worldwide, and in the U.S., more children die of childhood cancer than any other disease.  For … more
Jessie Blackburn has been named director of Lincoln Land Community College, located at 1 Lincoln Land Drive in Litchfield. Blackburn, who began her duties Friday, March 1, previously served as … more
Imagine Hillsboro's Festivals and Events Committee will host their annual Princess Ball from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, March 23, at the Event Center (former Knights of Columbus Hall) in … more
The students at Beckemeyer Elementary School in Hillsboro participated in the Kids Heart Challenge on Friday morning, March 15. The Kids Heart Challenge is the American Heart Association's (AHA) … more
The Nokomis City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 11, with a delegation from Woodard and Curran in attendance to address the board during the hearing of … more
This April, Litchfield area voters will have a chance to seat five of the seven members of the Litchfield School Board. On the ballot for the April 2 consolidated election, voters will find 11 … more
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