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Invenergy Transmission, LLC, will hold a public meeting regarding “phase one” of the company’s “Grain Belt Express” project from 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 9, at The … more
Members of the Bond County School Board voted Wednesday, Jan. 19, to close Sorento School at the end of the school year. The vote came after the last of four public hearings about the proposed … more
A familiar face was selected as lake superintendent by the Litchfield City Council on Thursday, Jan. 20, filling the vacancy left when former Lake Superintendent Eric Lamb returned to the Litchfield … more
The Litchfield School Board learned more about plans to update the district’s technology during their regular board meeting on Tuesday evening, Jan. 18, at Litchfield High School. Technology … more
The Nokomis  School Board held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 18, called to order by Vice-President Steve Janssen. President Chad Ruppert was absent.   In his report to … more
The city of Litchfield is encouraging the community to participate in an online public meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 26, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. regarding the Lake Lou Yaeger Dam. In coordination with … more
With deep regret, the board members of the Community Library of Coffeen have decided to close its doors. This action is the result of progressively declining usage of the library facility over the … more
“We’re already starting to see miracles happen around here,” said Jeremy Woods, executive director of the new Lincoln Recovery Center in rural Raymond. The drug and alcohol … more
Montgomery County is averaging more than three times the daily number of positive coronavirus cases in January over the previous pandemic surge months. According to numbers updated by the … more
“I want to tell all the young girls and boys out there that if you’re passionate about something to go for it,” said Miss Montgomery County Fair Queen Summer Smith. “You only … more
Seven Hillsboro Planning Commission members were present when their meeting began Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 18 in city hall; also present were Mayor Don Downs, city planner Jonathan Weyer, and code … more
The regular meeting of Raymond Village Board was called to order at 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 17. After approving the meeting minutes and financial report for December 2021, the “Water and … more
Dollar General’s newest store officially opened at 200 Washington Street in Donnellson on Tuesday, Jan. 11. “People are really excited that we are here. So many customers have told us … more
Although the parade route stepped off nearly 2,000 miles from Hillsboro, it had one familiar face among its ranks. Former Hillsboro resident Kim Mathews marched in this year’s Rose Bowl … more
Work that will transform the site of the former coal-fired Coffeen Power Station to a solar energy generation and battery storage site will begin this year, Texas-based Vistra Energy announced during … more
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has made several arrests last week in response to a string of recent burglaries throughout Montgomery, Macoupin, Madison, and Randolph … more
Due to the surging number of coronavirus cases, Zion Lutheran School in Litchfield went remote last week (Jan. 10-14), and St. Louis School in Nokomis will be remote this week (Jan. 18-21). The … more
For the second year in a row, Hillsboro Area Health Foundation’s premier fundraising event, the Valentine’s Day Gala, will be held virtually, on Saturday, Feb. 12. Dinner tickets are … more
The Montgomery County Soil and Water District will host an election of officers for 2022 on Thursday, Jan. 20. Although there will not be an annual meeting this year, the organization will elect … more
Last year, the Montgomery County 708 Board awarded $10,000 to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office for the construction of a padded cell at the Montgomery County Jail in … more
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