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Hillsboro Country Club turned 100 on Monday, May 23, and members are planning to celebrate the centennial year with a full day of celebrations this Saturday, June 11. To mark the club’s … more
Three Litchfield women were arrested between Monday, May 30 and Thursday, June 2, on felony drug charges, according to the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department. Becky L. Weller, 36, Kelly … more
A St. Louis, MO, man was killed in a two-vehicle accident on Illinois Rt. 185 at Mulberry Grove Road in Montgomery County at 2:21 a.m. Thursday, June 2. The 24-year-old male, whose name has yet to … more
On Friday, May 27, Raymond native and Lincolnwood High School grad Ryan Poggenpohl graduated from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. If that wasn’t enough excitement for the day, … more
A Litchfield woman was killed on Tuesday, May 31, in a two-vehicle accident on Route 16 at County Line Road, just west of Illinois State Police District 18 headquarters, west of Litchfield. Grace … more
On Tuesday, May 31, the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) announced that the City of Litchfield is one of 34 communities across the state that will  receive a grant … more
The Village of Farmersville will hold the 111th Irish Days Celebration Thursday, June 2, Friday, June 3 and Saturday, June 4. This year’s celebration, “Cruisin’ Down to Irish … more
Three people are dead after an apparent double murder and suicide in the early morning hours of Wednesday, June 1. Trista D. Casey, 38, of Witt, and Michael S. Cunningham, 40, of Litchfield, were … more
“Stephen, Rex, and Donna have overcome many obstacles to earn the right to stand before us today and their individual accomplishments are truly deserving of celebration,” Judge Jim … more
Three Litchfield people were arrested on various charges after police entered a Walnut Street residence on a search warrant at 6:53 a.m. Friday, May 27. Eric S. Henry, 36, of Litchfield, was … more
Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce is excited to bring back the Fourth of July Biathlon, following a pandemic mandated hiatus. This will mark the 31st year for the annual Fourth of July race. The … more
The Montgomery County 708 Board (708 Board) officially opened grant applications for the 2023 year on Sunday, May 1. The deadline  to submit an application is Thursday, June 30.  The … more
“The last of the human freedoms: to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” Hillsboro High School Principal Patti Heyen shared … more
“Pomp and Circumstance” filled the air as the Nokomis High School Class of 2022 gathered for the last time on Friday, May 27, for their commencement ceremony. Each of the 36 seniors … more
Montgomery County natives Sydney and Caleb Randle took a large leap out of their comfort zone when they purchased one of the historic buildings in downtown Nokomis in March of this … more
Still short-staffed (the vacant seat caused by Michael Murphy’s resignation remains unfilled), the Hillsboro City Council held two meetings Tuesday night, May 24.  A … more
The Nokomis City Council approved a budget for the May 2022 through April 2023 fiscal year at its regular meeting on Monday, May 23.  Time was scheduled before the regular meeting to take … more
In the absence of President Chad Ruppert, Vice-President Steve Janssen called the Nokomis School Board to order on Tuesday, May 17.  In addition to Janssen, Superintendent Scott Doerr, board … more
Tax bills will hit the mail on or before Wednesday, June 15, with the first installment due date on Friday, July 15, according to Montgomery County Treasurer Nikki Lohman. The second installment … more
A Hillsboro man was arrested on two felony charges after an investigation that began with a traffic stop early Friday, May 20. David E. Henry, 57, of Hillsboro, faces felony counts of armed … more
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