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The Litchfield Museum and Route 66 Welcome Center Association greatly appreciates all those who have supported us during our first 10 years.  Both The Journal-News and the News Herald have … more
In late October, amidst the enchanting ambiance of Rome, where cobblestone streets echo with centuries of history, I found myself strolling through the magical “This is Wonderland” event … more
I read with interest and an open mind about citizen McCann and his troubles with lawyers, money and the courts in a article by Hannah Meisel of Capitol News in the Monday, Dec. 4, edition of The … more
Lewis Dozier “Lou” Yaeger, a lifelong resident of Litchfield, was born on Oct. 3, 1897, to Irving and Hattie (Bergdorff) Yaeger. He had two brothers, Ben and Dr Harry Yaeger, and a … more
It’s the most wonderf…busiest time of the year! December made its presence known with the Illinois Farm Bureau Annual Meeting in Chicago. Dec. 2-5. Members from around the state traveled … more
Harlow A. Yaeger was born on May 29, 1921, to Harlow and Roseanne Gibson Yaeger in Flagstaff, AZ. He lived in Litchfield with his uncle, Ben Yaeger, and graduated from Litchfield High School in 1939. … more
December 1956 kicks off with the annual Helping Hand Oyster Supper. This event had begun in the late 1800s and continued for over a century. Grandma's remark about the courthouse basement brought … more
During WWII the temporary monument pictured above was erected on the north side of what was then Library Park. The monument listed more than 800 names of local men who were serving their country. The … more
I made it. Two weeks ago I reached 80 years of age, in the process attaining a goal I set 30 years ago. I’ve always been a goal setter of sorts, but it’s become a more conscious effort in … more
In 1957, Vic Suhling opened “Vic Suhling Gas for Less” on the spot where the Litchfield Museum and Route 66 Welcome Center is now located. Suhling leased the property from Charles and … more
Follow the money. Many of us who are in our senior years have been receiving endless calls about Medicare Advantage.   We have been getting these calls all year–up to 15 a day.   … more
There it was, staring me right in the face, a positive test for Covid. For the first time since March 2020, the Herschelman family tested positive for Covid. It started with Kyle around Tuesday … more
Several years ago when I was a member of Hillsboro 2000 and Beyond, we were looking for a fundraiser to help pay for Christmas lights for the downtown area.   I suggested the Snow Princess with … more
As I was transcribing Grandma's Diary for November 1956, I was hit with a wave of homesickness. I have such bright memories of family holidays, weiner roasts, and Grandma's cooking. I hope everyone … more
Hillsboro Energy’s Deer Run Mine is seeking renewal of their mining permits from the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR).  Their original permit #399 included acreage for … more
The following article is taken from the Aug. 4, 1910, edition of the Litchfield News Herald. The Truth About Litchfield A city of opportunities on two trunk lines between Chicago and St. … more
I am dismayed about a decision made by our county’s Building and Grounds Committee as detailed in the Nov. 16 issue of The Journal-News. According to the article (page 6, column 4, … more
Back in August, I mapped out my columns for the next seven or eight months. November was supposed to cover Martin Scorsese and his latest film, “Killers Of The Flower Moon,” starring my … more
At Hearts United we deal with the most disadvantaged and struggling members of Litchfield–a segment of our population in great need. Imagine for a moment not having a safe place to sleep, … more
The Litchfield Sesquicentennial Book identifies a plethora of streets in the city of Litchfield that were renamed.   It is reported that the reasons for name changes and dates of the changes are … more
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