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Though it was an imposing agenda, the Hillsboro City Council dispensed with it in short fashion when they met Tuesday evening, June 4. They covered 29 items in less than 45 … more
Mayor Denny Held called the monthly meeting of the Raymond Village Board to order at 7:01 p.m. on Monday, June 3. In attendance were Mayor Held, trustees Greg Bernhardt, Kendall Snyder and Bruce … more
After 37 years in the pulpit, Pastor Randy Sands bid farewell to the congregation of the Hillsboro Free Methodist Church on Sunday, April 21, preaching his final sermon there. Many attended his final … more
Poetry came to the Hillsboro Rehabilitation and Health Care Center in the form of one of their new, very interesting residents, Job Conger, who recited numerous poems from memory. He graciously … more
Mrs.Taylor Jones was named the winner of the 2024 Teacher of the Year award, courtesy of Nancy’s Pizza. Customers were responsible for nominating teachers for this award the the final decision … more
The Montgomery County Cancer Association’s auction committee is collecting items for this year’s 20th Birthday Bash, which honors cancer patients and those batting cancer. The annual … more
A 14-year-old Morrisonville boy was killed in a crash involving a go-kart and a vehicle on Tuesday, June 4, in Christian County Just before 7 p.m., Nicholas DeBrun of Morrisonville was traveling … more
The Montgomery County 708 Board has set a deadline to submit a grant application for Sunday, June 30. Agencies working in the areas of mental health, substance abuse and/or developmental disabilities … more
A group of landowners and the Village of Walshville agreed to a consent judgement on May 22, that will allow the landowners to continue to grow crops on their properties, despite an ordinance passed … more
The Historic Courthouse in downtown Hillsboro is the home of four brand new benches this spring. There are two in the front, pictured above, and two on the side. The benches were purchased for more … more
On Tuesday, June 4, a group of talented quilters presented blankets to the Hillsboro Health Emergency Department. Hillsboro Health team members use the quilts to help provide a sense of comfort to … more
Cavalry Baptist Church in Hillsboro will be hosting a vacation bible school from Monday, June 10 through Friday, June 14. Kids in grades 3rd through 5th can attend VBS, with each night starting at … more
“The 2024 Citizen of the Year was, unsurprisingly, nominated by many people,” said Mary Ann Rimini in presenting this year’s award. “All of the submitted letters had a common … more
After state regulators rebuffed several proposed carbon transport projects over the past year, lawmakers have moved to formally ban new projects until the federal government sets forth new safety … more
This summer, volunteers with the Montgomery County Cancer Association will plant seeds of hope and celebrate the enduring spirit of life at this year’s Birthday Party and Celebration of Life, … more
A seismic engineering crew has been on site of the large sinkhole on Illinois Route 185 between Hillsboro and Coffeen in the past week. The equipment arrived on Wednesday, May 29, and spent the rest … more
A little inclement weather may have delayed the start of the annual Irish Days pageant on Saturday evening, June 1, but it certainly didn’t lessen the excitement as new faces were selected to … more
The Montgomery County Breast Cancer Support Group will hold its regular meeting on Monday, June 3, at the Calvary Baptist Church, located at 537 Rountree Street in Hillsboro. The meeting begins at … more
Coworkers, friends and members of the community thanked exiting HSHS St. Francis Hospital president and CEO Jim Timpe for his years of service on Thursday, May 30. The farewell event was held at the … more
The Best of HHS Show will be held at The Grand Theatre in Hillsboro on Saturday, June 8, starting at 8 p.m. The evening will feature acts including The Acafellas, Lauryn Miller, Ryleigh VanDoren and … more
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