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You may not notice much when the Litchfield Street Department does their job, but if they didn’t, you’d know it in a hurry. “It’s all the stuff that you know you need, but … more
After a career in audiology spanning almost 40 years, Dr. Stephanie Broom Nelson has announced her retirement from Nelson Audiology in Litchfield as of Aug. 1. Dr. Nelson is looking forward to … more
Jeremy Connor of Hurst-Rosche Engineering hosted a public hearing Thursday evening, July 15, for residents of Helston Place, the site for upcoming sewer work. Fourteen residents live on Helston; … more
Main Street Sorento will see an increase of foot-traffic this weekend during the Sorento Homecoming celebration on Friday, July 30, and Saturday, July 31.  Carnival tickets are currently on … more
The 93rd annual Morrisonville Picnic and Homecoming is sure to provide loads of family fun this week, Thursday, July 29, Friday, July 30 and Saturday, July 31. Carnival rides will run from 5 to 10 … more
“Advocating for your child is one of the many roles you take on when you become a parent. When you have a child that is medically fragile or was born with health issues, birth defects or … more
The Montgomery County Health Department has reported ten more new positive COVID cases over the past week.  Officials report three new cases on July 21, three new cases on July 22 and four … more
After visiting the new Hillsboro dog park, Kati (Hampton) Fenton of Litchfield developed a passion and desire to build a community “Bark Park” in Litchfield.  With the help of so … more
After a lengthy and sometimes heated discussion, members of the Litchfield School Board approved the administration’s plan to re-open schools this fall, as part of their regular monthly meeting … more
When Panhandle School District students go back to class on Monday, Aug. 16, they will do so from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., with masks optional, according to the plan announced by Superintendent Aaron Hopper … more
Chairperson pro tem Barbara Hewitt called the July 20 meeting of the Hillsboro Planning Commission to order at 12:40 p.m. Also in attendance were Commissioners Don Karban, Mark Osborn, Mike Ryan, … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board met for their second meeting of the month on Monday evening, July 19, at the village hall. The meeting was called to order at 7 p.m. and a motion was made by … more
Shop Hillsboro, a Farmers Market and the Hillsboro Summer Concert series all came together in downtown Hillsboro on Satruday for a terrific day of shopping and entertainment.   The Farmers … more
From a volunteer to a dispatcher to an officer to a sergeant to a lieutenant, Jason Black held virtually every position possible for the Litchfield Police Department over the last 24-plus years, but … more
A veterinarian who is an innovator in the swine industry and a CEO who is an innovator in public housing–both graduates from Hillsboro High School–will be honored with this year’s … more
The Montgomery County Fair’s Truck and Tractor Pulls have been rescheduled for a second time for Sunday, Aug. 22, starting at noon with bargain prices of $5 grandstand and $15 pit pass. The … more
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $307 million to modernize rural drinking water and wastewater infrastructure in 34 states, as … more
The number of local COVID-19 coronavirus cases continues to creep up, according to numbers provided by the Montgomery County Health Department. After 10 new cases on Tuesday, three more on … more
It was a night of recognition as members of the Montgomery County Board honored two individuals for their being a special part of the county. Montgomery County Board Chairman Evan Young presented … more
Masks will be recommended but not required for non-vaccinated students and staff in the Hillsboro School District when classes begin next month, members of the Hillsboro School Board decided at their … more
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