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Real estate tax bills are set to be mailed on Wednesday, June 14, with a first installment due date of July 14, according to Montgomery County Treasurer Nikki Lohman. The second installment will … more
The Nokomis City Council approved a resolution that would continue negotiations for an intergovernmental agreement with the Village of Coalton at its Monday, May 22, regular meeting. The current … more
Alderman Jim VanOstran (Ward 3),   Randall Lowe (Ward 1), Alan Yeske and John Livesay (Ward 2), and Mayor Tim Taylor were sworn in during the meeting of Witt City Council on Tuesday evening, May … more
Litchfield Fire Chief Adam Pennock proudly announced that David Rogers was promoted to captain on Tuesday, May 23. The newly appointed Captain Rogers has been an integral part of the Litchfield … more
On Wednesday, April 26, Project Third Day-Panhandle was blessed with a donation of peanut butter from the   Raymond Baptist Church. A lot of peanut butter. The church was able to collect … more
Hillsboro Zoning Board of Appeals barely met requirements for a quorum when they met Monday evening, May 22, in city hall; present were secretary Lynn Fugate, vice chairman C. J. Liddel, and … more
Hillsboro High School (HHS) has announced that Skylar Durbin, Gerhard Netemeyer, Kaden Watson, and   Emilee Roemelin were selected for the Topper Pride Award for the first quarter of the … more
It was a big evening for the Hillsboro Breakfast Sertoma Club as President Mark Osborn welcomed a large crowd to not only the Service to Mankind Award dinner but also to the club’s 50th … more
Superintendent Scott Doerr reminded members of the Nokomis School Board that graduation will begin at 7 p.m. on Friday, May 26, during their meeting on Tuesday, May 16, at the unit office. The … more
Under the watchful eyes of their former educators, family members and friends, the members of the Litchfield High School class of 2023 gathered together in the Panther gym for the last time on Friday … more
Members of the Litchfield City Council approved a memorandum of understanding with E-Environmental Solutions during their meeting on Thursday, May 18, for situations when the Litchfield Fire … more
The Hillsboro Ministerial Alliance is once again sponsoring the annual Baccalaureate service for Hillsboro High School seniors on Thursday evening, May 25, in the school gym. The service begins at 7 … more
The Irving United Methodist Church will host a special Memorial Day service on Sunday, May 28. The processional march to Irving Cemetery will begin at 1 p.m. at the Irving United Methodist … more
Land of Lincoln Credit Union (LLCU) made a   $10,000 donation to the Nokomis Public Library on Monday. May 8, to help support costs of the building renovation project. The $10,000 donation … more
In October of 2022, the Montgomery County Probation Department, with the Montgomery County Health Department acting as the fiscal agent, received the Adult Redeploy Illinois grant from the Illinois … more
In honor of National Nurses and Hospital Week, which were celebrated in the month of May, HSHS St. Francis Hospital proudly recognized numerous colleagues in nursing and other areas of the hospital … more
A Litchfield hotel was the site of an attempted armed robbery on Friday, May 19. At 1:34 p.m. on Friday, the Litchfield Police Department received a report of an armed robbery at 11 Thunderbird … more
Hillsboro will remember those who gave all during Memorial Day services set for Monday, May 29, beginning at 10 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Park at the intersection of Main and School Street. Mike … more
Students can count on support of scholarships for college tuition during the 2023-2024 school year, courtesy of the IAA Foundation. Among those recipients is Jordyn Gerlach, a native of … more
In preparation for a new farm bill, Representative Mary Miller visited the Meisner Farm near Raymond on Friday afternoon, May 19. “I welcome input,” the representative in congress … more
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