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It was a day to celebrate those who keep local communities safe, as the Mt. Moriah Masonic Lodge held a First Responders Day at Fourth of July Point at Lake Hillsboro on Saturday morning, June 10. … more
“If you do a good thing more good things will follow,” said Pastor Stefan Munker of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Hillsboro, when asked about the impact the church’s Ladles of … more
One question about watershed restoration for Hillsboro’s two lakes may have received a partial answer at the end of the city’s council meeting held Tuesday evening, June 6, during a … more
The Litchfield Pickers Market will return this week from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 11, at downtown Litchfield, starting at 400 North State Street. Hosted by the Litchfield Tourism Office and … more
It wasn’t exactly the birthday present she was hoping for when Isabel McLaughlin found a bump in her mouth on her eighth birthday. That bump turned out to be a rare form of childhood cancer … more
Members of the Panhandle Board of Education approved three hires and two advisor positions during a special meeting held on Monday, June 5, in Raymond. Kenneth Wolf, a 2017 graduate of … more
Raymond Village Board met at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 5. Those present for the meeting included Mayor Denny Held, trustees Greg Bernhardt, Dan Hough, Kendall Snyder, Bill Krager, Ryan Bruntjen and … more
At the invitation of the Montgomery County Historical Society, Dr. Helaine Silverman, a professor in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois, spoke to community members about her … more
HSHS St. Francis Hospital recently presented the Being Exceptional Everyday (BEE) Award to Cassie James of the Radiology Department. James was nominated by a colleague, who stated, “Cassie … more
Care to find yourself in a pickle? We have just the place for you. Open pickleball play has begun this summer on Tuesday evenings on the courts at Central Park in Hillsboro. Players of all skill … more
“Thank you so much,” said Mary Ann Rimini, as she and her husband, Al, were honored as this year’s Citizens of the Year in Farmersville. “We were not expecting this. We feel … more
The Nokomis Public Library will be closed Monday, June 5, through Tuesday, June 20, when they will reopen at the new location at 100 N. Spruce. As due dates approach on items already checked … more
Eight graduating seniors   from Hillsboro, Litchfield, Taylorville and Pana High Schools were awarded $1,000 scholarships toward their continuing education as part of Taylorville Community … more
On May 19, the State of Illinois and the Illinois House of Representatives honored the first responders who jumped into action to save lives during the unprecedented dust storm that struck I-55 on … more
A recently elected alderman and a new member of the Litchfield Police Department were sworn in on Thursday, June 1, at the Litchfield City Council meeting at Corwin Hall. Ward 2 Alderman Dan … more
On Saturday, May 27,   Taylor Meyers organized a food drive for the Harvest of Hope Food Pantry in Hillsboro to collect food for their Summer Youth Bags. Meyers was assisted in the … more
Montgomery County Learning Express hosted a “flowers” themed Library Lapsit on Wednesday, May 10, at Hillsboro Public Library. The families enrolled in the early education program … more
HSHS St. Francis Hospital recently awarded Rachel Hammon, emergency department RN, with The DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. The award is part of the DAISY Foundation’s mission to … more
Some were sweet, some were spicy, but all of them were done for a good cause as 25 teams competed for the top prize at the 37th annual Irish Days Chili Cook-Off on Saturday, June 3, at the Irish Days … more
As the sun set on the 112th Irish Days celebration in Farmersville, a new quartet was crowned to represent the community. On the opening day of the festivities, the Little Miss and Little Mister … more
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