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Baseball was in the air on Saturday, March 23, as the Bottomley-Ruffing-Schalk Baseball Museum in Nokomis hosted its annual Chili Warm-Up. The museum’s board of directors dished out bowls of … more
More than 4,000 eggs were hidden as part of the Greater Hillsboro Ministerial Fellowship at Beckemeyer Elementary School on Saturday, March 23. Four lucky winners found golden eggs in their age group … more
Members of the Historical Society of Montgomery County got a taste of the unique and mind-boggling collection of Steve and Patty Beal on Thursday, March 21, when they visited the couple’s M … more
On Monday morning, March 18, farmers from across Montgomery and Macoupin Counties enjoyed a Farm Family event at HSHS St. Francis Hospital in Litchfield. The event was held by … more
All committee members of Hillsboro’s Natural Resources Committee were present for their bi-monthly meeting in city hall on Wednesday, March 20, to hear reports from … more
Members of the Litchfield AmVets Post 16 organization made a donation to the Got Your Six Support Dogs organization on Saturday morning, March 23. Got Your Six Support Dogs supports veterans and … more
Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs’ staff will be at the Village of Raymond on Thursday, March 28 to help reunite citizens with missing money through the I-Cash program. Thousands of … more
The CEFS Meals on Wheels program hosted the Mayors for Meals Day on Wednesday, March 6. Hillsboro Mayor Don Downs showed his support of the seniors in the community by delivering meals to home-bound … more
Applications for the McWilliams Family Law Scholarship are currently open. In 2001, the family of the late Attorney J. Bert and Jane (White) McWilliams, lifelong residents of Montgomery County, … more
Stamp Out Cancer Team Rock, Paper, Sisters held a Princess Tea Party on Saturday, March 16, at the Challacombe House in Hillsboro. Shay Jones, Old Settler’s Royalty, Imagine Hillsboro Snow … more
HSHS St. Francis Hospital, Montgomery County Health Department and Macoupin County Public Health Department are asking residents of Montgomery and Macoupin counties to complete a short survey about … more
Cast and crew of the Litchfield High School production of Mean Girls wrapped up this year’s show with four performances March 21-24, at the W.D. Kilton Fine Arts Center, located inside the … more
Following a presentation from Chad Ruppert and Roger Krabbe of Bank and Trust, members of the Litchfield School Board unanimously set this year's Fogleman Trust Scholarship at $2,800. The … more
Montgomery County Democrats and Republicans alike filled out their ballots for the General Primary Election on Tuesday, March 19. The Democrat ballot was empty of contested county races, while the … more
The Illinois State Historical Society has announced that a Hillsboro man, Jeffrey Dunn, is among five nominees to be elected to three-year terms on the society's board of directors during its annual … more
Dr. Kelly L. McClain of Edwardsville, faces three charges in Madison County from March 1. Dr. McClain, who is the incoming Litchfield Superintendent of Schools, was charged with driving under the … more
Nokomis Police Chief Talon Burton has released the name of the alleged shooter, from the incident on Friday evening, March 15, at Dollar General in Nokomis. Nokomis Police was dispatched to the … more
A standing room only crowd of visitors attended the Hillsboro City Council meeting on Tuesday night, March 19, primarily to support the presentation of labor leader Eric Oller. He and the laborers he … more
By Cayden Huber “I feel connected to this community very strongly,” said local magician Professor Longhair, also known as Randy Thompson. Professor Longhair is well known for his … more
Dancers from Hillsboro and Greenville Fusion Dance Center's competition team showcased their talent and dedication at the Positive Vibes Regional Dance Competition held in Godfrey, from March 9-11. … more
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