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Hillsboro’s City Council is short a member again after Daniel Robbins’ letter of resignation was accepted at the council’s meeting on Tuesday evening, Nov. 9. Robbins was … more
Another vote to make masks optional for staff and students in the Hillsboro School District failed due to a tie vote at the school board meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 9. Voting in favor of optional … more
In a split 14-6 vote, members of the Montgomery County Board voted to table discussion about committee restructuring until October 2022, as part of their regular monthly board meeting on Tuesday … more
Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce, Imagine Hillsboro and The Journal-News are teaming up to host their last #ShopHillsboro event of the year on the nationally recognized Shop Small Business Saturday, … more
After trending downward in October, the number of daily new COVID-19 positive tests is trending back up in November, according to numbers furnished by the Montgomery County Health Department. In … more
With a crispness in the air, frost in the fields and the sun shining, various folks with rakes carefully stacked in their cars, trucks and minivans arrived at Central Park, the gathering place for … more
The areas we are ministering out of tend to be incredibly impoverished. Our two biggest goals are to share the gospel of Jesus Christ and to help develop the community and aid the people who live in … more
Connections were made between the past, present, and the future during the John L. Lewis marker dedication ceremony Friday afternoon, Nov. 5, in Panama. A combination of gratitude for the career … more
Montgomery County finished the month of October with 225 new COVID-19 cases, according to numbers furnished by the local health department, down from the 416 in August and 451 in September. The … more
A judge ordered a student quarantined Friday, Nov. 5, who had been identified by the Hillsboro School District as a close contact of a student who tested positive for COVID-19. The student was … more
“The Hillsboro Educational Foundation has a two-fold approach to aiding the students and teachers in our district,”  a letter on its way to Hillsboro School District alumni from … more
Lighthouse Pregnancy and Health Services (LPHS) unveiled their new mobile medical unit at a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 27, at … more
“Thank you for the privilege of having served you,” said Montgomery County Circuit Clerk Holly Lemons. “I hope I have done it well, and I hope that what I have done continues to be … more
Litchfield VFW Post 3912 will host a Veterans Day celebration Thursday, Nov. 11, at 11 a.m. at the Post Home at 215 W. Ryder Street. Litchfield Mayor Steve Dougherty and representatives of local … more
At the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month, the Hillsboro community will once again pause to honor local veterans for their service to this country. This year’s Veterans … more
One day after the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommended that children between the ages of 5 and 11 receive the COVID-19 vaccine manufactured by Pfizer and BioNTech, the … more
After a myriad of setbacks, including a global pandemic, The Coop officially opened its doors at 106 West Seward Street in Hillsboro on Monday, Nov. 1.  The plan for the first shared … more
The Raymond Village Board met in its regular meeting on Monday, Nov. 1 with Mayor Held and trustees Snyder, Bernhardt, Hough, Poggenpohl, Broaddus and Angle answering the roll. Trustees Krager and … more
City of Hillsboro’s superintendent of parks, lakes and recreation Jim May recruited  volunteers from Imagine Hillsboro Parks & Rec, city employees and various others who brought their … more
A temporary restraining order (TRO) making masks optional for students in the Hillsboro School District since Friday, Sept. 17, was dissolved in Montgomery County Circuit Court on Tuesday, Nov. … more
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