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After several months of preparations, the reorganization study for the Hillsboro, Panhandle and Litchfield school districts will be presented on Monday evening, Aug. 12, beginning at 7 p.m. in the … more
President Chad Ruppert called the July meeting of the Nokomis school board into session at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 16, with seven board members in attendance in … more
The Village of Raymond met at 7 p.m. on Monday, July 15. Valerie Belusko and Ray Marten attended the meeting on behalf of the Montgomery County Economic Development Corp. Mayor Dennis Held opened … more
After an arduous organizational process, a new dock and boat slips have been installed at the South Marina at Glenn Shoals Lake (GSLC) in Hillsboro. The long-term project was completed in mid … more
The sweltering heat did not stop the frogs from hopping during the 47th annual Frog Jump at Morrisonville's Homecoming and Picnic on Friday, July 19. Competitors traveled from throughout … more
A Litchfield man faces federal child sexual exploitation charges, according to the U.S. Attorney John Milhiser. Cory C. Robinson, 24, of Litchfield, was arrested on Monday, July 15, following … more
In his first meeting at the helm of the Litchfield School District, Dr. Greggory Fuerstenau dispatched of district business in just 41 minutes. Dr. Fuerstenau started as the new superintendent of the … more
A grant application to develop a sports complex in the city of Litchfield was one of 12 motions approved during the city council meeting on Thursday, July 18, at Corwin Hall. The motion approved a … more
Fern Burke, who worked for many years behind the scenes helping to make sure Old Settlers ran smoothly, will be in the limelight during the Big Parade this year as the grand marshal. Burke served … more
If you drive down State Street in Litchfield and aren't paying close attention, it may not look like much has changed in regards to the building that once housed the Litchfield Creamery. But just … more
Miranda Singler, a visual storyteller, will be the featured artist at this year's Old Settlers Art Show.  The art show will be held on Thursday, Aug. 8, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Paul's … more
With work nearing completion on the Lincolnwood High School roof replacement project, the Panhandle Board of Education took the next step in paying for the project during their meeting on Monday, … more
The 24th Olde Tyme Tractor Show will take place this weekend,  Saturday, July 20 and Sunday, July 21, at Lake Hillsboro Park.  The two day show is full of entertainment for all ages. The … more
A native of South Dakota and longtime superintendent in Taylorville, Dr. Greggory Fuerstenau is no stranger to challenges in school finance, facilities and education. And starting July 1, he took on … more
Raymond golfers may have noticed a new face on the grounds of Shoal Creek Golf Course this summer as they bid farewell to Tom Irwin, who served as superintendent for the past three … more
The Cobetto family, (Willie and Kelly Cobetto, Emily Rork, Jacob Cobetto and Ashley Cobetto) hosted a long-lost relative for two weeks at the beginning of July.  Arianna Cobetto, is a native … more
Since June 1969, nearly 200 local residents have been part of the Hillsboro Auxiliary Police organization in support of the Hillsboro Police Department. Captain Bobby Johnson said the organization … more
When all of the healthy and well-cared for chickens in a closed pen in Taylor Springs died the same day, police suspect a possible crime. The Taylor Springs Police Department responded to a … more
Hillsboro City Council made a big investment in the future of the city by hiring Economic Development Intern and Interim Community Planner Jonathan Weyer.  Mr. Weyer is a graduate student at … more
Morrisonville Homecoming and Picnic will hold plenty of entertainment for the whole family. This year's celebration will be held Thursday, July 18, Friday, July 19 and Saturday, July 20. The … more
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