Letters to the Editor
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Citizens of Nokomis and surrounding areas may not be aware of this since only three landowners were notified by mail and a small notice of the hearing was published in the Free Press Progress … more
In your Jan. 30 edition you printed a letter from Mr. Bill Schroeder in regards to HB5471 (gun ban law).   All of Mr. Schroeder’s points are valid. We, the tax-paying citizens, will have … more
A warm heart felt "thank you" goes out to Jeanette Kennedy and Nancy Hollo   for coordinating the ImpactLife platelet drive that was hosted Thursday, Feb. 16, by VFW 3912 Litchfield. Six … more
It appears to me that it was a foregone conclusion before the meeting last week about the future of the Hillsboro Moose Lodge that the building was going to be closed. However, now is the time for … more
I am writing to thank Hillsboro​​-area residents for sharing the true meaning of Christmas with children in need this past holiday season. Generosity throughout contributed to a successful … more
Governor Pritzker and a majority of the General Assembly have clearly demonstrated their contempt for the rights of all Illinois citizens by passing HB5471. As a result of this blatant violation … more
As a past mayor of Hillsboro, the son of a Moose member, and a former Moose member who dropped due to health reasons, I would like to encourage a solution that would allow our Moose lodge to reopen. … more
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the Litchfield Museum.   The board has decided to mark the occasion with special events all year long! The Journal-News has generously agreed to … more
Two years after the deadly attack on our country on Jan. 6, 2021, it’s hard to ignore that the House of Representatives is now controlled by those who embraced and fueled Trump’s big lie. … more
As we start 2023, we have much to be grateful for. As health care workers, one of the things we are most grateful for is that COVID symptoms are not as severe as they have been in the past, and the … more
On behalf of all the volunteers at the Litchfield Museum and Route 66 Welcome Center, I would like to take this opportunity to thank the citizens of Litchfield and the surrounding area for their … more
Attention Montgomery County residents: at the Montgomery County Board meeting on Dec. 13, 2022 at 5:30 p.m., there will be an informational presentation on carbon storage and carbon dioxide pipelines … more
Democrats around the country are attempting to grant voting rights to 16 and 17 year old young adults in their latest scheme to grow their constituency. Speaking out both sides of their mouths, … more
The holidays are an exceptionally special season for those living in a group home, residential or institutional settings. If you have a loved one living in one of these environments please take … more
Panther Nation, this is a friendly reminder that we must never allow what we don’t like about our city to become bigger than what we love about it.   I promise if you look hard enough you … more
A Vote Yes for HHS sign is displayed in our yard.   Although I supported previous high school building bond issues which would have raised the tax rate, this one does not increase the tax … more
Considering the changes taking place in Montgomery County, it might be time to consider zoning.  The cities of Litchfield and Hillsboro have had zoning ordinances in effect for quite some … more
First of all, shame on Hillsboro High School administration, Superintendent Powell, and the school board. I had to pick up someone at the high school and did not realize that doors are left unlocked … more
I have never written a letter to the editor before for fear of bringing unintended harm to my employees or my family, as I am opinionated.   Abraham Lincoln said, “Better to remain silent … more
There are many valid reasons as to why a new high school in Hillsboro is needed. There’s one main issue that I feel doesn’t get enough attention, which is accessibility.   … more
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