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They say all good things must come to an end, and Happez, a Thai American restaurant located on the south marina of Lake Glenn Shoals, celebrated the upcoming end of their inaugural year on Tuesday, … more
“One of the happy challenges with owls is that there is just always something new to talk about,” said Mark H. X. Glenshaw, an award winning naturalist who has closely observed and … more
Three officers at Graham Correctional Center in Hillsboro have been presented with Illinois Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) awards for their actions in January 2023 when they came to the aid of 22 … more
Beginning in August, Hillsboro Area Hospital welcomed a new face to its surgery team. Dr. Whitney Marlow of Ideal Eye Surgery officially began doing cataract surgery at the hospital on Monday, Aug. … more
A coalition of 22 donors announce their new national initiative Press Forward, with the goal to strengthen communities and democracy by supporting local news and information with an infusion of more … more
The Nokomis City Council listened to a presentation outlining the use of Project Labor Agreements (PLA) for all construction projects that go out to bid at its Sept. 11 regular meeting. Mike Young, … more
A moment of silence, honoring the men, women and children who died during the 9/11 terrorist attacks 22 years ago, preceded this month’s Schram City Village Board meeting held Monday, Sept. 11, … more
The MoCo Pickleball Club hosted the Central Park Slam Pickleball Tournament Sept. 8-10, drawing 88 players from three states. All players received a MoCo Pickleball cooling towel, paddle over … more
For the first time in a long time (perhaps ever), a decision by the Hillsboro Zoning Board of Appeals was met with enthusiastic applause Monday evening, Sept. 11. Members present (Chairman Gene … more
Some of the newest members of the Litchfield Fire Department were barely even born when the terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers and Pentagon occurred on Sept. 11, 2001, but each one of them knows … more
Two pay requests for Litchfield street projects were approved during the city council meeting on Thursday, Sept. 7, but some of the payment was withheld due to issues, according to the engineers for … more
The 66th annual Raymond Celebration begins Thursday, Sept. 14, through Saturday, Sept. 16, and is sure to provide fun for all ages. Carnival rides will open from 5 to 9 p.m. on Thursday and from 5 to … more
Officials from the village of Butler celebrated the start of construction of a new water tower with a ceremonial ground-breaking on Wednesday, Sept. 6. “We’ve been working on this for … more
The next Shop Hillsboro event set for Saturday, Oct. 7, during the Imagine Hillsboro Harvest Market will include the downtown Hillsboro popular bed races. The event is hosted by The Journal-News and … more
Illinois Gold Star Mission’s 510-mile Gold Star 500 endurance bicycle ride will pass through Central and Southern Illinois from Sept. 19-23–including a stop the first day in … more
Hillsboro’s city council moved rather quickly through a 26 item agenda Tuesday evening, Sept. 5. All members were present, and there were no public comments. Several long-standing issues began … more
Illinois 4-H volunteers empower and prepare youth for success, as the program relies on its more than 6,000 volunteers to fill key leadership and mentoring roles. Joyce Knodle, a 20-year volunteer in … more
Now in its 19th season, Fusion Dance Center in Greenville and Hillsboro, held its first classes of the year on Tuesday evening, Sept. 5. The studio offers a variety of dance classes for youngsters of … more
Governor JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) released information about this year’s Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) to support … more
Rylie Jones of Hillsboro was crowned Teen Miss Pana Tri-County on Wednesday, Aug. 30 in Pana. The pageant includes contestants from Christian, Shelby and Montgomery counties. A sophomore at … more
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