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It was a full agenda for members of the Montgomery County Board, who held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday evening, June 14, at the Historic Courthouse in downtown Hillsboro. Several … more
The Hillsboro City Council held its first June meeting on Tuesday, the 14, in city hall beginning at 7 p.m. At the end of the meeting former volunteer firefighter and business owner Jerry Gregory was … more
The Nokomis City Council met in a short session at its regular meeting on Monday, June 13.  A quorum was present with commissioners Lou Stauder, Mike Glenn and Derek Durbin in attendance. Mayor … more
Following approval of last month’s minutes, members of the Schram City Village Board addressed several updates, as well as clean-up efforts during their regular monthly meeting on Monday … more
During their meeting Tuesday, June 14, at the unit office, members of the Hillsboro School Board studied a proposed $23 million 65,000-square-foot new building on the high school campus that would … more
The Illinois Power Generating Company, a consortium that includes Vistra, the current owner of the Coffeen Power Plant campus just southwest of Coffeen, presented a panel of five Vistra employees to … more
A Litchfield man has been charged with an alleged murder of a pregnant mother, Liese A. Dodd, 22, of Alton on Friday, June 10. The Alton Police Department was called to the 3400 block of Bolivar … more
Maj. Gen. Rich Neely, the Adjutant General of Illinois, Commander of the Illinois National Guard, and Director of the Illinois Department of Military Affairs (IDMA) has selected Maj. Gen. (retired) … more
Through Be The Match, Litchfield native Hannah Brazel has given an individual with a life-threatening disease the ultimate gift–more time to make lasting memories with their loved ones. Be … more
Juneteenth, the newest federal holiday in the calendar is on Sunday, June 19, but will be celebrated this year on Monday, June 20. Its origins, however, date to the final weeks of the Civil … more
Police have arrested Danien D. Taylor, 21, of Florissant, MO, in connection with an attempted armed robbery at Hardee’s in Hillsboro on Friday afternoon, June 10. According to Hillsboro … more
Illinois 4-H volunteers empower and prepare youth for success as the program relies on its more than 6,000 volunteers to fill key leadership and mentoring roles. Longtime volunteers and former … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board met for their regular meeting on Monday evening, June 6, at the village hall. A motion was made by Trustee Greg Bernhardt and seconded by Kendall Snyder to … more
The W. Darrell Kilton Foundation states that funds given out are to be used for the betterment, improvement and advancement of the community of Litchfield. On Thursday, June 2, almost $60,000 of … more
Organizers of the annual Old Settlers Association quilt show are looking for entries into this year’s event. With a theme of “All the Pretty Quilts,” this year’s show will … more
The best of yesteryear was on display on Saturday, June 4, as Cruisin' Down Route 66 was the theme of the parade for the 111th Irish Days Celebration in Farmersville. From donuts to sock hops to … more
There’s a trio of new faces to represent the communities of Farmersville and Waggoner following this year’s Irish Days celebration June 2-4. A new Little Miss and Little Mister were … more
“I just want to say thank you for this honor,” said Virginia Murphy, the newest 2022 Irish Days Citizen of the Year. Murphy, who has lived in Farmersville for all of her 98 years, was … more
McKay Napa Auto Parts hosted more than 400 NASCAR fans on Friday, June 3, at their distribution center and headquarters in Litchfield. Fans raced to the complex to see NASCAR driver Chase Elliott, … more
Poet Alfred Lord Tennyson once said, "If I had a flower for every time I thought of you, I could walk through my garden forever." The Montgomery County Cancer Association is once again offering … more
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