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“Gardening adds years to your life and life to your years.” – Unknown. That certainly holds true for 92-year-old Fred “Sonny” Bergman of Irving, who continues to … more
Kevin Pesko of Belleville was honored as the 2023 Distinguised Citizen Award recipient by the Greater St. Louis Area Council, Boy Scouts of America at the Distinguished Citizen Dinner on Thursday, … more
United to Revive held a tent revival event held Saturday, June 15 through 17, behind Baywash car wash, bringing together people of various denominations. Throughout the event, attendees engaged … more
The Lighthouse Pregnancy Center in Hillsboro’s personnel were pleased to receive numerous, much needed baby items from the Hillsboro Calvary Baptist Church. Calvary Baptist’s … more
Looking for a creative project for the kids? Central Park Pool is hosting a mini cardboard boat regatta at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 15. The family-friendly event is open to youth ages five to … more
Too hot to be outside this month? Then join the Hillsboro Area Public Library for lots of fun activities. Local readers can get out of the heat and participate in some fun activities, as the … more
Judith Lynn Hemken, 62, of Keyesport, died on June 23, 2023, at   her residence surrounded by dear friends. Services will be held at a later date. Donnell - Wiegand Funeral Home is … more
Shirley Ann Hubbard, 97, of Nokomis passed away Thursday, June 29, 2023, at her home in Nokomis with her family by her side. Visitation for Mrs. Hubbard will be Thursday, July 6, 2023, at Stiehl … more
Donna Jean Gary, 76, of Litchfield, passed away Saturday morning, July 1, 2023, at Centralia Manor in Centralia.  Visitation will be held Wednesday, July 5, 2023, from 9 a.m. - 10 a.m. at … more
“Overcome Through Courage And Strength.” That’s what each of the shirts read as the Montgomery County Cancer Association hosted its annual Birthday Party and Celebration of Life … more
Community members celebrated Hillsboro’s bicentennial year with a 200th Birthday Party at Central Park on Saturday, June 24. Hosted by Imagine Hillsboro, the family-friendly event served … more
Montgomery County property owners are warned to disregard letters they may receive in the mail or via email from companies advising them to buy a copy of the deed to their property and a … more
Members of the Panhandle School Board heard about one possible option for a solar energy project at its Raymond campus on Monday, June 26, during their regular board meeting. Kyle Loyd of … more
At its June 26 regular meeting, the Nokomis City Council took action to accommodate organizations and businesses for special permitting for several upcoming events. The annual Nokomis Homecoming … more
A new state fiscal year will begin July 1, ushering in the reinstatement of a 1 percent tax on groceries and a second increase to the state’s motor fuel tax in 2023. Amid record-high … more
The Little Miracles 5K was held on Saturday, June 10, at Washington Park in Springfield, and local participants included the family of Blake and Morgan Johnson of Nokomis.  All money … more
“It is a really different type of show,” said Susan Collins, who is directing and producing the Blended Artists Imaginarium’s upcoming production of “Love Letters” … more
Online registration for the Panhandle CUSD #2   for the 2023 to 2024 school year will open on Saturday, July 1, and close Wednesday, Aug.   2. Information for online registration and … more
With smoke from wildfires in Canada traveling down into the region, the air quality has deteriorated rapidly, leading the National Weather Service in Lincoln to issue an air quality alert. HSHS … more
The Natural Resources Committee heard a few reports when they met Wednesday evening, June 21, but lack of a quorum limited both discussion and any motions. One item that requires a quorum (the … more
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