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“We’ve got a big task here,” said Litchfield Superintendent Dr. Greggory Fuerstenau. “Our kids want to come back to school, and we want them back. We believe we can do it … more
President Chad Ruppert called the Tuesday, July 14, regular meeting of the Nokomis School Board to order with all seven board members present.   The bulk of the meeting revolved around … more
Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases, the Litchfield Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has made the decision to cancel this year’s Party in the Park, which was scheduled for the … more
It’s been 40 years since Ed Murphy got his first pair of mules, Jack and Judy, from Claude Adams of Lamar, MO. Since then, the “animals that built … more
A public hearing regarding a proposed sports complex for the City of Litchfield will take place tonight, July 16, at 6 p.m. at Litchfield City Hall.  The city is seeking a grant through the … more
Want to get tested? Next week is your chance. Due to the surge in the number of COVID-19 coronavirus cases here, the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) will be sending a mobile testing … more
Montgomery County Board Chairman Evan Young has announced the cancellation of their full board meeting in July, that was scheduled on Tuesday evening, July 14. According to the press release from … more
All’s Well That Ends Well is a fitting title for a Shakespearian play, but it also is a fit description of the city council meeting held in Hillsboro on Tuesday, July 14.  From a … more
After a closed session with their attorney in the shadow of a lawsuit, followed by lengthy discussion in open session, members of the Hillsboro School Board during their Tuesday, July 14, meeting … more
To help stop the surge in COVID-19 coronavirus here, the Montgomery County Health Department is recommending that churches return to virtual or in-vehicle services for the next two … more
The Chris-Mont Emergency Management Agency announced on Monday, July 13, that Montgomery County Board Chairman Evan Young had made the decision to cancel the full county board meeting scheduled for … more
On an outdoor stage in front of an open grass field behind Lincolnwood High School, the Panhandle School District conferred 33 high school diplomas to the class of 2020 on Friday, July 10. Not … more
The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in Montgomery County has now attacked Hillsboro Area Hospital,  Christian-Montgomery County EMA Director Greg Nimmo announced in a press release on Saturday, … more
“No matter what is happening in our world, cancer does not stop, and neither do we,” said Joyce Lipe of the Montgomery County Cancer Association. “As long as cancer is here, we are … more
Montgomery County Clerk Sandy Leitheiser  reported that 70 percent of county families have filled out a census form. "In my tenure as Montgomery County Clerk, I have assisted with two other … more
Eleven  bicycle riders who spent Saturday, July 11, riding over 160 miles to honor fallen heroes made three stops in Montgomery County. Cyclists in the General Logan 200 Cycling Challenge … more
“My main love is telling stories. When I am creating a new episode, I pick an object and look for a story arc, generally along the lines of, I found it, I fix it, I use it.” YouTuber … more
Christian-Montgomery County EMA Director Greg Nimmo identified outbreaks at a church and a day care in Litchfield and a long-term care facility in Hillsboro on Thursday, July 9, a day in which the … more
After a re-acclimation period consisting of conditioning in small groups, the 2020 Hillsboro Hiltoppers finally got their hands on a football on Monday, July 6. The two and a half hour practice … more
While the state’s COVID-19 coronavirus test positivity rate remains among the lowest in the Midwest, cases in Montgomery County continue to spike this week. As of Wednesday afternoon, July … more
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