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Near the start of this month's meeting of the Montgomery County Board, Chairman Evan Young read a letter of resignation from board member Dillon Clark of Litchfield, who has been absent from the past … more
Three people from the Chicago area were arrested for allegedly trying to fill fake prescriptions at pharmacies in Hillsboro on Monday, July 8. Anton Thomas, 36, of Chicago, Warren Morris, 41, of … more
Some observant police work by a Litchfield Police Officer led to the apprehension of an armed robber just moments after a robbery occurred at the Litchfield National Bank Route 66 Banking … more
Construction on the Schram City Dollar General will begin next month, residents learned during the village board meeting held Monday evening, July 8. "We're going to have a brand new Dollar … more
Members of the Hillsboro School Board continued to fill vacancies during their regular meeting on Tuesday, July 9, at the unit office, including hiring a new assistant principal at Hillsboro Junior … more
Heeding the advice of Parks Superintendent Jim May and Sherwood Forest Campground hosts Bennett and Kristy Samowich, Hillsboro city council voted unanimously to become part of Reserve America, an … more
Six somewhat-seaworthy vessels took to the shores at Lake Hillsboro for the fifth annual Imagine Hillsboro Cardboard Boat Regatta, held Thursday, July 4. This year, the contest had a new location, … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board heard about some new technological possibilities for the village during their meeting on Monday, July 1. Dr. Robert Mulch, on behalf of the Montgomery County … more
The evening of Wednesday, July 3, was one of jubilation and thanksgiving for Kirn and Stephanie (Autumn, K.J. and Ella) Wildhaber and McKinsy Lietz. The Wildhaber family and Lietz met at Tres Chic … more
Five local women with a passion for serving others and who can relate to many of life's triumphs – cancer, poverty, hunger and abuse – have coordinated a new organization designed to help … more
Nokomis Homecoming is set  for Friday, July 12, Saturday, July 13 and Sunday, July 14. This will mark the 73rd year for the annual celebration which is held at Memorial Park in Nokomis. The … more
Patrons of Capri IGA in Hillsboro will be dismayed to learn that the smiling face of Maria  (Uribe) Grammer will no longer be present as of Saturday, July 6, her retirement date. The ever-upbeat … more
There are people who make an impact on the lives of others, through their character, morals and ethics. Johnie West, who has been with Ronk Electrical Industries, Inc. in Nokomis for more than 50 … more
The man who started Deer Run Mine in Hillsboro was killed in a helicopter crash near the Bahamas on Thursday, July 4, along with six others. West Virginia native Chris Cline, who would have turned … more
A motorcyclist who lost control of his bike on an Interstate 55 ramp at the Farmersville exit was killed on Tuesday night, July 3. Menno M. Yoder, 58, of Wright City, MO, was pronounced dead at … more
Families gathered for a reception at Calvary Baptist Church to celebrate the end of the 2019 Future Bound Summer Program on Thursday, June 27.  Future Bound is a division of Fayco … more
A man who led police on a motorcycle chase through Taylor Springs two weeks ago was sentenced to prison on Thursday, June 27, on charges stemming from the chase. Aaron A. Damm, 48, of Virden, was … more
The Litchfield Police Department welcomed a new member to its ranks on Tuesday, July 2, as the members of the Litchfield City Council approved a new hire near the end of their meeting. Colton … more
A little over a year after experiencing one of her lowest points of her wrestling career, Litchfield native Victoria Francis experienced one of her highest. After being sanctioned by the United … more
"I am so glad that I was given the opportunity to go through this," Charles Niehaus said as he became the sixth graduate from Montgomery County's Drug Court on Friday, June 28.  Niehaus was … more
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