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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
HSHS St. Francis Hospital will be hosting a community blood drive on Tuesday, Feb. 20, from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at 1215 Franciscan Drive, inside the donor bus. Those interested in making a donation … more
New Life Church in Harvel is excited to announce that they will be now be having Sunday morning services, beginning with Easter Sunday, March 31, at 10:30 a.m. “This year is our 19th … more
Fusion Dance Center will be holding their annual benefit concert on Sunday, March 3, at the Hillsboro High School gym with the first act starting at 1 p.mand act two starting at 2:30 p.m. A $5 … more
The Nokomis FFA program is excited to annonce that the team had a total of nine section winners that will advance to the district competition and six second place students at the Section Profiency … more
Nearly 500 young leaders in agriculture from across the state met in Springfield for the Illinois Farm Bureau Young Leaders Conference, held Feb. 2-3. “We are incredibly proud of all of … more
“It is certainly time for a new curriculum,” junior high social studies teacher Shannon Daniels said at the Hillsboro School Board meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 13. “The current … more
The Nokomis City Council set a date for its annual electronics recycling day at its Monday, Feb. 12, regular meeting. BLH Computers out of Springfield will be in Nokomis on Saturday, May 11, for … more
Montgomery County Clerk Sandy Leitheiser has announced that as of Thursday, Feb. 8 through Monday, March 18, voters can cast their ballot early for the Tuesday, March 19, general primary election. … more
For nearly 30 years, the Knights of Columbus Hall in Raymond has been way more to the community than just building. Built in 1996, the KC Hall has seen celebrations of all kinds, from wedding … more
The Great Rivers and Routes Tourism Bureau awarded two local businesses at their annual Tourism Summit on Thursday, Feb. 8, at the Gateway Convention Center in Collinsville. The Historic Red Rooster … more
Members of the Montgomery County Board dispatched of their regular monthly business in just under an hour and a half on Tuesday evening, Feb. 13, at the Historic Courthouse in downtown Hillsboro. … more
“This is the best part of the job,” said Tyler Morse, new owner of Capri IGA in Hillsboro. Morse, pictured above, at right, and three of his staff members delivered more than 220 … more
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