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Two young ladies from Edwardsville, Lili Cruzin and Sophie Jacoby, paddled the fastest in a boat that lasted the longest to win the Imagine Hillsboro Cardboard Boat Regatta on Saturday, July 15, at … more
The Olde Tyme Tractor Show returned to Lake Hillsboro Park on July 15 and 16 for the 25th edition of the tribute to farm machinery of the past. This year, the Mid-State Tractor Collectors Club … more
Longtime friends Harold Green and Kenny Williams will co-lead the 2023 Old Settlers Days parade, a special honor during the City of Hillsboro’s bicentennial year. Green and Williams … more
The City of Hillsboro, in partnership with the Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation District, has scheduled an informational meeting and tour regarding issues facing Lake Glenn Shoals and … more
Author John S. Raschke, a retired US Army Colonel, will hold a meet-and-greet at Hillsboro Area Public Library at 10:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 26, to discuss his recent book. A Tour in Chuong … more
For the past two years, the Celebrate Recovery program has been a place for people to find resources and relationships to recover from life’s hurts, habits and hang-ups. Celebrate Recovery … more
The members of the Litchfield Fire Department took time to honor the contributions of one of their own recently as they recognized the service of Captain Scott Haenel. A former high school … more
The McGraw family (including Mike and Juliana McGraw, Jenna and Rich Beyers, Christa McGraw and Dona McGraw of Litchfield) has partnered with Prairie Heart Institute and the Prairie Heart Foundation … more
Main Street in downtown Hillsboro will be closed from Tilson Street north to Courthouse Square overnight Saturday for re-striping of parking spots and crosswalks, according to Mayor Don Downs. … more
"There's a lot going on up on the hill," Hillsboro School District maintenance director Fred Butler told members of the school board at their meeting on Tuesday, July 11. Regarding the construction … more
Salaries dominated much of the discussion at the regular monthly meeting of the Montgomery County Board on Tuesday evening, July 11, at the Historic Courthouse in downtown Hillsboro. All board … more
The Nokomis City Council breezed through a light agenda at its Monday, May 10, meeting. With few items on the agenda, and nothing controversial, the regular session lasted only 25 minutes. An … more
Hillsboro’s 25th annual Old Tyme Tractor Show is on Saturday, July 15, and Sunday, July 16, out at Lake Hillsboro Park in Hillsboro. Saturday’s activities begin at 11 a.m. with the … more
The Historical Society of Montgomery County will be hosting historian Kevin Kaegey, of the Bond County Historical Society in Greenville. The event will take place on Sunday, July 23, at 2 p.m. at the … more
The 708 Board met on Monday, July 10, and was presented a list of names that have agreed to serve on the newly formed “Community Wellness Committee.” The 708 Board voted to appoint them … more
With less than a month to go until this year’s Old Settlers celebration, advance carnival tickets are now available at three area locations. Early ticket sales are now ready at CNB Bank and … more
Kent “Skip” Klinefelter, owner and CEO of Linco-Precision, an agriculture technology solutions group with more than three decades of experience supplying and servicing precision farming … more
Audrey Sabol was crown 2023 Miss Nokomis Homecoming, Mila Heldebrandt was crowned Junior Miss, Autumn Kitchens was crowned Little Miss, and Keagan Scoles was crowned Little Mister at the Nokomis … more
“Road Trip” was the theme of this year’s Nokomis Homecoming parade that took center stage on Saturday evening, July 8. The parade stepped off at Fred B. Johnson Park through … more
There were 30 members and six guests in attendance for the 104th annual Coffeen Alumni Association meeting, which was held at the East Fork Community building in Coffeen on Saturday, May 27. … more
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