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The last week of September, community newspaper publishers, editors, and executives across the United States resoundingly reaffirmed their commitment to a free press undisturbed by unannounced police … more
The Raymond Village Board met at 7 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 2. Those present for the meeting included Mayor Denny Held, trustees Greg Bernhardt, Dan Hough, Bruce Poggenpohl and Ryan Bruntjen, as well as … more
Residents of Illinois who bravely face, and those who have fought, Osteosarcoma will now be recognized each year, during Childhood Cancer Awareness month on Sept. 15.  “There are … more
Charley Herschelman of Hillsboro redeemed her prize as a Snowflake Search winner at Bremer Sanctuary in Hillsboro on Thursday evening, Sept. 28. Herschelman chose to host her Girl Scout Troop … more
Hillsboro runner Laura Lessman has once again qualified for the prestigious Boston Marathon race next April. Lessman competed in the Quad Cities Marathon on Sunday, Sept. 24, finishing the … more
Litchfield author Dillon Clark has just released his fourth children’s book in the Stonks collection. Stonks and the Ginormous Jorts! was released this fall and is currently available on … more
The final Litchfield Pickers Market of the season will be Sunday, Oct. 8, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in downtown Litchfield. This vintage and antique market is a fun, family-friendly event and the city is … more
Hillsboro, Schram City and Taylor Springs remain under a water boil order after a water main break on Saturday afternoon, Sept. 30. According to Hillsboro Mayor Don Downs, the break occurred on … more
Six months before the next presidential primary elections in Illinois, county clerks and other local election authorities are asking for the public’s help in stopping misinformation campaigns … more
Hillsboro High School seniors Kinley Richardson and Ian Anderson were crowned 2023 HHS Homecoming Queen and King during this year’s neon-themed Homecoming dance, held Saturday evening, Sept. … more
4-H members in Illinois will join the six million youth across the country in celebrating National 4-H Week, from Oct. 1 to 7. Clubs around Illinois celebrate this week by highlighting the remarkable … more
Three-year-old Layton Gross enjoys making his pumpkin a little more festive with bright colors during the annual Fall Festival, held Sunday, Oct. 1, at Memorial Park in Nokomis. Gross is the son of … more
Feathered friends and their fans flocked to Bremer Sanctuary in Hillsboro Saturday morning to help and watch bird banding by the Lincoln Land Association of Bird Banders (LLABB). Birds were captured … more
The Nokomis Public Library is will be hosting a book signing of local teen author Amber Huff, on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. “Amber volunteers at the library a couple of days a … more
Nine local veterans were recognized on a Land of Lincoln Honor Flight trip on Tuesday, Aug. 22. They were part of the 93 Vietnam and Korean-era veterans flown to Washington D.C. for the day. The free … more
The Panhandle Board of Education approved the budget for the 2024 fiscal year and addressed a few needs in the district during their meeting on Monday, Sept. 25. The board, who met 15 minutes early … more
Families from the Prairieland Homeschool Co-op gathered outside the Historic Courthouse in downtown Hillsboro on Wednesday morning, Sept. 27, for the annual See You at the Pole event. They joined … more
A three-vehicle accident closed Route 16 between Hillsboro and Litchfield on Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 27. The accident involved a John Deere tractor, a Ford F-150 pickup and a Chevy three-quarter … more
A two-vehicle accident on Route 16 east of Nokomis on Saturday night, Sept. 23, resulted in a fatality, according to Montgomery County Coroner Randy Leetham. David L. Kerr, 42, of Tower Hill, was … more
Litchfield Middle School welcomed Barry Tobias and Brian Monahan of Gold Star Mission on Wednesday, Sept. 27, to present a donation on behalf of the Student Council. Gold Star Mission recently hosted … more
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