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The Hillsboro citizens who addressed the Hillsboro City Council during their meeting on Tuesday, July 13, were there on business and on the agenda, not in the Public Comment section, so the gathering … more
Upon arrival of last month’s minutes, members of the Schram City Village Board were presented the village’s audit by Kyle Putnam of Patton and Company, PC during their board meeting … more
Music is the thing for this weekend’s Shop Hillsboro “Rock the Block” event, set for Saturday, July 17. In addition to shopping opportunities all over town, this month’s … more
The Montgomery County Health Department reported ten new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, July 13, the biggest single-day number of positive tests since March 2. “It was a shock for us,” … more
The city of Nokomis welcomed four new royalty during this year’s Nokomis Homecoming on Friday evening, July 9, on the South Stage in Memorial Park. Abby Spencer served as this year’s … more
A long-time Hillsboro resident who is generally found working behind the scenes, Bob Fuehne, is soon to find himself thrust into the spotlight as Grand Marshal of the 2021 Old Settlers Days … more
Summer family reunions are a time to rekindle memories and reunite with seldom-seen relatives. But for 96-year-old Harold Green of Hillsboro, the family reunion on Saturday, July 10, at … more
The Old Settlers Association has once again partnered with Imagine Hillsboro’s  Concert Series to bring free, quality entertainment for both nights of the festival. Chicago Farmer and … more
The Montgomery County Health Department has planned three more drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinics for this week in Donnellson, Witt and Fillmore. Clinics will be in Donnellson from 5-7 … more
The past year and a half hasn’t been much fun for anyone, but Kati Fenton of Litchfield is hoping that something wonderful can grow out of an idea that was born during the global pandemic that … more
The Raymond Village Board met for their first regular meeting of the month on Monday evening, July 5, at the village hall. The meeting was called to order at 7 p.m. and a motion was made by … more
The public got their first look at The Hilltop Coop on Thursday evening, July 1.  Not yet open, Hillsboro’s soon-to-be business incubator and shared co-working space hosted a … more
“I just came in every day and tried to provide the best care and service, for the people that used my pharmacy, that I could. From the moment that they hit my door I wanted them to feel like … more
The third of three  drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinics this week is from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, July 8, in Raymond at the south end of the Lincolnwood High School parking lot. All three … more
Sparklight construction coordinator Robert Evrly was on hand for the Litchfield City Council meeting on Thursday, July 1, to discuss the company’s expansion of fiber optics and the possibility … more
Four people were seriously injured in a two-vehicle accident on Route 185 in Coffeen on Saturday night, July 3. Kenneth L. Rickman, 46 of Hillsboro, Evan D. Malloy, 28, of Coffeen, Audrey … more
The first installment of property taxes in Montgomery County is due on Friday, July 16, Treasurer Nikki Lohman reminds. Tax bills were mailed out on June 11, but due to postal issues, many people … more
The 165th Nokomis Homecoming Celebration, scheduled for Friday, July 9, Saturday, July 10 and Sunday, July 11, had a long-standing tradition of revolving around good times, good friends and good food … more
The Montgomery County Health Department has planned three more drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinics for this week in Farmersville, Irving and Raymond. Clinics will be in Farmersville from … more
“It was just an absolute beautiful fit. It literally revolutionized our house and our life with our son, Valor,” said Julie Braye. Lauren Fuller, speech language pathologist at … more
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