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More than 40 members, volunteers and donors attended the appreciation luncheon hosted by the Historical Society of Montgomery County on Sunday, Feb. 18, at the Challacombe House in Hillsboro. … more
The Hillsboro Educational Foundation recently received a memorial donation from the Pamela Knostman Haisty family. Mrs. Haisty grew up in Hillsboro and was a 1960 HHS graduate. Even though she … more
The Illinois State Board of Education has revealed the winners of this year’s Those Who Excel and Teacher of the Year program. Local winners include Shonda Ronen of Bunker Hill CUSD 8, … more
Anne Foster was the only person to address Hillsboro’s City Council at a public hearing conducted before the regular council meeting Tuesday, Feb. 20, in city hall. … more
Mayor Denny Held called the monthly Raymond Village Board meeting to order at 7:03 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 19. Those in attendance included Mayor Denny Held, Trustees Ryan Bruntjen, Dan Hough, Kendall … more
Since 1989, the Waggoner Centennial Players have performed their annual theater play to adoring crowds. This year’s production of “Hillbilly Hayride,” opens with the annual kickoff … more
Litchfield School Board members approved some change orders and learned about the progress at Litchfield Primary School as part of their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, Feb. 20. Board … more
The Litchfield Police Department conducted a search warrant on Thursday, Feb. 15, at approximately 6 p.m. at a residence located in the 100 block of West Sargent St. in Litchfield, across the street … more
Litchfield Chamber of Commerce held their community trivia night on Saturday, Jan. 2a7, at the Litchfield Community Center. The night featured two rounds of Litchfield business and history trivia, … more
Youth in the Hillsboro area are invited to sign up for this year’s summer recreational baseball and softball leagues. Boys and girls, ages 5 to 6, typically entering Kindergarten or currently … more
Hillsboro Area Hospital, now called Hillsboro Health, proudly announces a significant achievement in patient care and safety as its inpatient hospital unit marks an entire year without a single fall … more
St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Hillsboro is inviting the community to a “Taste and See” Lent Series. This Lent, the congregation is extending an invitation to “Taste and … more
Members of the Litchfield City Council approved a beautification project for the city, funded by a $100,000 donation by a local resident who wishes to improve the aesthetics within the community. The … more
The Missouri State Highway Patrol confirmed that 45-year-old Kurt Probst of Fillmore lost his life as a result of a truck accident that occurred in Lafayette County on Tuesday evening, Feb. 13. … more
Coming off another successful Stamp Out Cancer, the SOC team is looking to make the number 13 a lucky one. “Last year the teams rocked it, raising $137,000”, said committee member Zach … more
The lives of Michael and Grant Bryant were made much easier as several local volunteer craftsmen came together Saturday, Feb. 10, and built them a ramp. The group, led by Ron … more
Future scientists and engineers from local grade schools put their minds to the test at the Elementary Science Olympiad Competition on Thursday, Feb. 15. Fourth and fifth grade students from Pana, … more
On Wednesday, Feb. 14, an investigation into the thefts of large amounts of copper and other materials from Vistra’s Luminant Coffeen Power Plant resulted in the arrests of four individuals and … more
In 2026, the states through which the historic Route 66 passes will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the route’s designation. Posts on many Route 66 social media platforms show that travelers … more
Following executive session at the Hillsboro School Board meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13, board members accepted the resignation of teacher’s aide Kaili Hanner, custodian Ridge Snoddy, and High … more
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