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Thanks to a generous bequest from the W.D. Kilton Trust, Cross Over Ministries (COM) will be able to host several trauma informed seminars throughout Montgomery County in 2022 and 2023. The first … more
Clean out your garages and gather up your clutter because The Journal-News and Imagine Hillsboro are teaming up to sponsor a city-wide yard sale on Saturday, Sept. 10, to coincide with the … more
The Litchfield School Board looked at three construction projects as part of their regular monthly meeting, held Tuesday, Aug. 16. Board member Gregg Hires was absent. The board convened first at … more
The discussion on home schooled students participating in extra-curricular activities in the Panhandle School District continued during the school board’s meeting on Monday, Aug. 15, but a … more
Members of the Nokomis School Board met for their regular monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, at the Nokomis CUSD #22 Unit Office. Following President Chad Ruppert’s call to … more
The Raymond Village Board met for their regular meeting on Monday evening, Aug. 15, at the village hall. Following a call to order at 7 p.m., a motion was made by Trustee Greg Bernhardt and … more
Two Litchfield veterans, who served during the Vietnam War era, finally embarked on their special Honor Flight trip on Tuesday, July 19. The free, one-day trip is designed to give veterans a … more
Celebrating its 100th year in operation, the Litchfield Country Club has served as a source of entertainment and a space where many special family memories have been made since its inception in … more
For nearly 30 years, former Hillsboro High School teacher Barb Hewitt helped nearly 150 Hiltopper students broaden their horizons and see the world. Although her last student trip was in 2002, two … more
One heartwarming story from this year’s Old Settlers Celebrations involved elementary school student Olivia DeLisle. Accompanied by her father, David DeLisle, and little sister, Ella … more
The start of the annual Old Settlers parade route is pretty simple from it’s starting point on Tremont Street: just pull forward, turn right on Main and look for the sea of people. Once … more
Jury selection will begin at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 18, in Montgomery County Circuit Court in Hillsboro in the trail of a Litchfield man accused of murdering his wife in September 2019. David L. … more
The Shop Hillsboro event set for Saturday, Sept. 10, is a “Moonlight Madness” theme in honor of the weekend’s full moon, and organizers are bringing back the popular bed … more
A project of Trinity Lutheran Church, the Harvel Community Garden is in its third year of producing tasty vegetables for local communities and residents to enjoy. “It’s the … more
Marah Huber was crowned 2022 Old Settlers Queen during ceremonies on the big stage on the east side of Courthouse Square in Hillsboro Wednesday evening. The daughter of Krista and the late Jamey … more
Members of the Montgomery County Board held their first meeting with a new committee structure on Tuesday evening, Aug. 9, at the Historic Courthouse in downtown Hillsboro. The board discussed carbon … more
After months of action and discussions about what to do to improve water quality in the City of Nokomis, a clear long-range path has yet to materialize for the City Council. Plans have already been … more
Upon entering into their regular monthly meeting, members of the Schram City Village Board were presented with the village’s yearly audit report by Kyle Putnam of Patton and Company on Monday … more
Members of the Hillsboro School Board will ask district voters on the Nov. 8 ballot for permission to issue $13 million in building bonds to fund a potential $23 million high school project. The … more
Due to the incident that occurred on Saturday, Aug. 6, in downtown Litchfield, when a building collapsed in the 300 block of North State Street, the Pickers Market scheduled for Aug. 14 has been … more
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