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Members of the Raymond Village Board met for their regular meeting on Monday evening, Oct. 17, at the village hall. Following approval of the Oct. 3 meeting minutes and the financial report for … more
Chairman Tom Gooding called the Hillsboro Planning Commission to order at 12:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 18. Present were Commissioners Mark Osborn, Dave Booher, Barb Hewittt, Michelle Ondrey and Don … more
“You want to have something in common with your mother, but maybe not breast cancer,” said survivor Tracey White of Hillsboro. She and her mom, Jean Shannon, also of Hillsboro, battled … more
While on a routine patrol on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at approximately 9:06 a.m., the Litchfield Police Department conducted a traffic stop at Brown Street and Route 16. Jessica Massey, 33, of … more
The Litchfield Chamber of Commerce provided voters a chance to hear from candidates in both contested and uncontested races for county and state office during the political forum held Thursday … more
Local school districts across Montgomery County are recognizing National School Bus Safety Week Oct. 16-22, and invite the community to be aware of their surroundings. Held during the third full … more
Gov. JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) announced that the sixth and final $250 million installment as part of the historic, bipartisan Rebuild Illinois capital program … more
Award-winning journalist and author Dave Hoekstra’s newest book Beacons in the Darkness: Hope and Transformation Among America’s Community Newspapers explores the role of local newspapers … more
 The World Harvest Church in Hillsboro recently sold their building, however the church is still going strong and so is the Harvest of Hope Food pantry, which will permanently remain at 109 S. … more
The Illinois Manufacturers’ Association (IMA) “Makers on the Move” statewide bus tour stopped at Litchfield’s largest manufacturer–Dometic–for a press conference … more
John M. Galer, owner of The Journal-News and several other publications in central Illinois, was installed as chairman of the National Newspaper Association on Saturday, Oct. 8, in San Francisco, … more
After months of applications and discussions, members of the Montgomery County Board voted unanimously on how to allocate most of the remaining $3.4 million in ARPA (American Rescue Plan Act) funding … more
Halloween Trick-or-Treat hours in Nokomis will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 30 and Monday, Oct. 31, as set by the Nokomis City Council at its meeting Tuesday night. The council … more
Hillsboro City Council covered 23 agenda items in a relatively short period of time Tuesday evening, Oct. 11, for their first meeting of the month. All council members were present. One item, … more
It was business as usual for members of the Schram City Village Board as they gathered for their monthly meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at the village hall. As part of a water line project update, … more
Hillsboro School Board members reviewed a draft of a five-year strategic plan during their meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at the unit office. In the absence of board President Matt Lentz, the … more
After a year of uncertainty regarding state regulations and requirements for amateur haunted houses, Hell’s Burrow Haunted Attraction received the required State of Illinois Permit to Operate … more
The Sky View Drive-In is attempting to set a Guinness World Record this Saturday, Oct. 15, as part of the Mobil 1 “Keep Route 66 Kickin” campaign. The Litchfield-based theater aims to … more
Imagine sitting in your vehicle and turning it on. Perhaps you turn on the radio or use the Bluetooth technology to make a phone call. You pull out of your driveway and then use your turn signal or … more
The Grand Theatre made a triumphant return to Hillsboro over the weekend, boasting a new downtown venue with both stage and big screen. Jeff and Julie Eisentraut, along with the Eisentraut … more
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