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Blessed Hope Baptist Church in Raymond is sharing the love this winter with a couple of mission projects. On Sunday, Jan. 21, parishoners at the church collected supplies that will be sent over to … more
Children's book author, Alice B. McGinty, will be at Hillsboro Area Public Library to greet visitors and sign books on Wednesday, March 13, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. McGinty delights in igniting … more
The Old Settlers Association is currently looking for high school girls interested in running for this year’s 2024 Old Settlers Queen title. Young ladies, age freshman through senior, in … more
Montgomery County Clerk/Recorder Sandy Leitheiser recently announced the County Clerk/Recorder’s office recently received a copy of Hillsboro’s Deer Run Coal Mine 2023 Annual Mining … more
Whether or not Litchfield breaks ground on a proposed soccer park will be determined during their meeting on March 7, where the Litchfield City Council will vote on a land purchase agreement and to … more
Montgomery County Clerk and Recorder Sandy Leitheiser informs voters that the court ruling on Wednesday, Feb. 28, by Cook County Circuit Judge Tracie Porter to remove Republican Presidential … more
Those who want to use income tax returns to make this summer less stressful may want to look at pre-paying their property taxes. Montgomery County propert tax installments are typically due in July … more
To paraphrase Mark Twain, the death of the sport bowling has been greatly exaggerated, at least in small towns according to Joey Hapner. “People say bowling is a dying sport. Heck, I thought it … more
Oh the places you’ll go when you read a good book! Forty local children, along with parents and grandparents, attended a special birthday party for beloved children’s author, Dr. Seuss, … more
Coral may not be one’s first thought when it comes to fashion, but MyFormals in Litchfield made that the case as they celebrated their 35th anniversary on Saturday, March 2. The 9 a.m. … more
Montgomery County Farm Bureau farmers and community partners will be hosting the 2024 Nutrient Stewardship Field Day on Wednesday, March 20, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event will be held rain or … more
Staff members at Capri IGA in Hillsboro and new owner Tyler Morse are celebrating with a grand re-opening event on Saturday, March 9, at the store. The first 40 customers to go through the checkout … more
Every year, the month of March brings one of the sports world’s most highly anticipated events, NCAA March Madness, where collegiate basketball national champions are crowned. This March, … more
Cross Over Ministries held its first annual banquet and silent auction fundraiser on Saturday Feb. 24, at the Hillsboro Free Methodist Church.  The event raised over $10,000 to support … more
Don’t stop believin’ these first graders are going places. First grade students at Beckemeyer Elementary School celebrated the 120th day of school by dressing up as rock stars on … more
On Tuesday, Feb. 7, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a third and final wave of more than $1 billion for clean-up projects at more than 100 superfund sites across the country as … more
It’s still six months away, but the students of the Panhandle School District know when they will be going back to school after their summer break. The members of the Panhandle Board of … more
The Litchfield Tourism Office and Prairie Pickers have announced that the 2024 Litchfield Pickers Markets will again be on the second Sunday of each month from May through October. The City of … more
The Coffeen fire department held their monthly meeting Tuesday evening, Feb. 13. At the metting, they celebrated some of their staff. Those honored include Captain Thomas Stanfill and firefighter … more
Litchfield’s Lisa Tyrrell has always been optimistic and considers herself a dreamer. After winning $250,000 on a scratch-off lottery ticket, her dreams can become a reality. “I scratched … more
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