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“It’s just nice to get our volunteers together,” said Jan Meyers, one of the organizers of the annual sausage dinner fundraiser at Zion Lutheran School this weekend. “You can … more
The two newest members of the Litchfield Fire Department were sworn in by City Clerk Carol Burke on Thursday, March 16, during the Litchfield City Council meeting. Fire Chief Adam Pennock … more
Chairman Kyle Hacke, Secretary Dave Strowmatt, Bret Reeves, and newly-appointed member Thomas Reynolds made a quorum for Hillsboro’s Natural Resources Committee when it convened Wednesday … more
Litchfield Chamber of Commerce welcomed back one of the city’s favorite hangouts, Chapps, with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday afternoon, March 17.   “Congratulations Jess … more
Stewards at Bremer Sanctuary in Hillsboro have planned two upcoming Spring and Summer Bird Hikes for the community to enjoy. The Spring Hike will be held Saturday, April 8, beginning at 7 a.m. … more
The state’s highest court heard arguments Tuesday in a case that could drastically alter the legal landscape for criminal defendants who are incarcerated as they await trial. It’s … more
Roger Blankenship retired from the First National Bank of Nokomis Board of Directors, during their meeting on Thursday, March 8. Blankenship has been on the board longer than anyone in the … more
The Tuesday, March 14, Hillsboro School Board meeting began with a demonstration from Beckemeyer fifth grade students who placed fourth at a STEM competition at Lincoln Land Community … more
It was a long agenda as members of the Montgomery County Board discussed a variety of items, including the county's rules of order, sidewalks, ARPA funding and a new supervisor of assessments. All … more
Funds will begin to flow to the City of Nokomis for the continued work on the city’s water systems after action taken by the city council at its regular meeting on Monday, March 13. … more
It was a longer meeting than usual for members of the Schram City Village Board as they gathered on Monday evening, March 13, at the village hall. Trustee Dalton King was absent this … more
Implementing a plan regarding the recent surge of car break-ins was top priority for Raymond Village Board   trustees during their regular meeting on Monday night, March 6.   The board … more
A Witt man was sentenced to six years in prison on Tuesday afternoon, March 14, in Montgomery County Circuit Court in the Aug. 2, 2020 death of Jason S. Newell, 36, of Springfield. Allan J. … more
For nearly 40 years, Judge James “Jim” Roberts has been practicing law, whether defending an individual or presiding over court proceedings, and serving the citizens of Montgomery County. … more
With the consolidated April 4 election just a few weeks away, members of the Litchfield Chamber of Commerce are helping voters meet some of the candidates for local office in the Litchfield area. … more
“The secret to a long life is to keep moving. And having a little fun while you are doing it doesn’t hurt,” said Florence “Flossie” Pierce, who will celebrate her 105th … more
Classes were held without incident on Friday, March 10, after threatening graffiti was discovered on two stalls in a restroom at the Hillsboro Junior High School on Thursday. The message, … more
War Veterans with ties to the Litchfield and surrounding area have until Friday, May 12, to have their names added to the Litchfield Area Veterans Memorial by Memorial Day 2023, according to … more
  HSHS St. Francis Foundation encourages the community to help them celebrate local providers for Doctors’ Day, on Thursday, March 30. “Doctors dedicate their lives to the care … more
It was all glitz and glamour at My Formals in Litchfield this past weekend, March 4-5, as co-owners Katy Brumm Pederson and Lisa Brumm hosted Project Runaway Contestant, TV Celebrity and … more
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