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Seven teams dashed down Main Street in Hillsboro Saturday, Oct. 7, during the annual Shop Hillsboro Moonlight Madness Bed Races. This year the event was held in conjunction with and at the conclusion … more
On Friday evening, Sept. 29, quadriplegic Justin Harris finished the first leg of his 110-mile bike ride, The Ride, from St. Louis to Springfield with his arrival in Litchfield, where he and his … more
Members of the Imagine Hillsboro Education Committee are finalizing plans for this year’s 2023 Spooktacular Golf Scramble, which will benefit local schools. This year’s four-person … more
The annual Hillsboro Harvest Festival once again featured Atlas 46’s Monster Build on Saturday, Oct. 7. The family competition kicked off the event at 9 a.m., with the five teams each given two … more
It’s a celebration 150 years in the making! The Village of Harvel will be celebrating their 150th anniversary this Saturday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. at Harvel Park. Festivities begin at … more
The Hillsboro Harvest Market will return this Saturday, Oct. 7, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., in downtown Hillsboro. Patrons are encouraged to get a head start on their holiday shopping and pop into the … more
Together, they have hundreds of years of survivorship over breast cancer. And it's their mission to make sure that no one fights alone. "You don't think this is a … more
Auditor Kyle Putnam, representative of Patton Accounting headquartered in Hillsboro, told the city council that rising insurance costs (because of increased tornado activity in Illinois and across … more
Montgomery County Art Guild (MCAG) members will acknowledge Pablo Picasso's October birthday by replicating one of his still life paintings. Member Nancy Snyder will lead the session entitled "Pots, … more
From high flying acrobatics to fire-breathing jugglers, there was something for everyone when the Lewis and Clark Circus came to the Montgomery County Fairgrounds in Butler on Monday evening, Oct. 2. … more
The Staunton High School volleyball team hosted a Volley for the Cure game on Thursday, Sept. 28, to raise awareness for ALS in honor of Cheryl Whitten of Hillsboro. Whitten’s granddaughter, … more
John and Susie Galer, owners of The Journal-News in Hillsboro, placed a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC, on Friday, Sept. 29. The Galers, at … more
Alpha Candles is teaming up with the Montgomery County Breast Cancer Support Group for a fundraiser this fall. To celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Alpha Candles has released a … more
The last week of September, community newspaper publishers, editors, and executives across the United States resoundingly reaffirmed their commitment to a free press undisturbed by unannounced police … more
The Raymond Village Board met at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 2. Those present for the meeting included Mayor Denny Held, trustees Greg Bernhardt, Dan Hough, Bruce Poggenpohl and Ryan Bruntjen, as well as … more
Residents of Illinois who bravely face, and those who have fought, Osteosarcoma will now be recognized each year, during Childhood Cancer Awareness month on Sept. 15.  “There are … more
Charley Herschelman of Hillsboro redeemed her prize as a Snowflake Search winner at Bremer Sanctuary in Hillsboro on Thursday evening, Sept. 28. Herschelman chose to host her Girl Scout Troop … more
Hillsboro runner Laura Lessman has once again qualified for the prestigious Boston Marathon race next April. Lessman competed in the Quad Cities Marathon on Sunday, Sept. 24, finishing the … more
Litchfield author Dillon Clark has just released his fourth children’s book in the Stonks collection. Stonks and the Ginormous Jorts! was released this fall and is currently available on … more
The final Litchfield Pickers Market of the season will be Sunday, Oct. 8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in downtown Litchfield. This vintage and antique market is a fun, family-friendly event and the city is … more
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