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Doyle Public Library in Raymond has a new mural on display thanks to the artistic talents of Abbi McKinnie of Taylorville. McKinnie, who is originally from Morrisonville, can often be found at the … more
Spring into Hillsboro with the first official Shop Hillsboro event of 2024 and the opening of the Imagine Hillsboro Farmers Market on Saturday, May 4. Imagine Hillsboro, The Journal-News and the City … more
Retired Judge Jim Roberts, who spent many years as part of the Montgomery County Drug Court Program welcomed graduates, participants, friends and family to the 2024 Drug Court graduation ceremony … more
Nokomis High School seniors Lucas Stinson and Reaghan Jonas were crowned 2024 NHS Prom King and Queen at this year’s “Evening in the Garden” dance on Saturday evening, April 27, at … more
Litchfield High School juniors and seniors enjoyed this year’s Prom festivities on Saturday evening, April 27, at the Kilton Fine Arts Center, located inside the Unit Office in Litchfield. This … more
The Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshal (OSFM) recently announced the recipients of the 2024 Small Equipment Grant Program. A total of $4 million was awarded to 165 fire departments/districts … more
On April 6, Coffeen resident and IHSA umpire Louis Lang had the honor and privilege of umpiring a high school baseball game at Busch Stadium. Greenville High School Athletic Director Joe Alstat … more
Plans are underway for this year's 2024 Montgomery County Fair, which will be held Wednesday, June 19 through Sunday, July 23 at the fair grounds in Butler. The Montgomery County Pageant is currently … more
Hillsboro Health is excited to announce the appointment of Chief Financial Officer Alex Nazarian, MHA, MBA, CPA, to its administration team. With an expansive background in financial management and … more
Representatives of Imagine Hillsboro’s Volunteer Committee donated their time and muscles to Hillsboro Area Public Library during Hillsboro’s spring clean-up on Saturday morning, April … more
The Litchfield Chamber of Commerce’s annual Art in the Park Festival will be returnning to Litchfield on Sunday, May 5 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The theme of this year’s festival is … more
Members of the Together Litchfield Can (TLC) Business Development committee walked around downtown Litchfield on Tuesday, April 23, with information about current facade programs and a survey asking … more
Eleven students representing Litchfield High School attended the Science Olympiad Regional competition in Belleville on Saturday, March 2. That team consisted of Lahna Kruse, Emma Wilson, Zach … more
Two years, four months and 29 days after the death of Leslie Reeves and near death of Christopher Smith on Thanksgiving Day, 2021, in Farmersville, eight women and six men took their spot in the jury … more
Jamie Cosgriff of Graham and Hyde Architects was on hand at the Panhandle School Board meeting on Monday, April 22, to discuss the possibility of renovating the current Lincolnwood High School Gym or … more
There's Something Rotten! in the Hillsboro High School gym as this year's operetta performance opens tonight, Thursday, April 25, with the Hillsboro Rotary Club dinner theater. Additional … more
The Nokomis City council met for its regular meeting on Monday, April 22, at City Hall. Commissioners approved an ordinance to limit the amount of time someone may live in temporary housing such as a … more
Excavators can be seen on the site of a large sinkhole on Wednesday afternoon, April 24, on the property of Arlen and Pat Kasten, located on Illinois 185 between Coffeen and Hillsboro. The highway … more
Governor JB Pritzker and the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity (DCEO) today announced the recipients for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) for Housing … more
After several weeks of meetings and negotiations, the City of Litchfield settled with Economic Development Director Tonya Flannery for just over $140,000. The matter was first brought up in a special … more
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