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Friends and family enjoyed listening to music performed by piano students of Tami Moler at a spring recital held Sunday, May 28, at 2 p.m. the Hillsboro United Methodist Church. Students who … more
Every spring, Blackburn’s International Business course offers students the opportunity to participate in a global business competition called X-Culture. Students from around the world from … more
The community got the chance to say goodbye to Debby Lehman, who has served as director of Nokomis Public Library for the last 33 years, during an open house retirement party held at Nokomis Public … more
Hillsboro Area Hospital’s annual Wellness Fair will be held Tuesday, June 13, and Wednesday, June 14 from 6:30 to 8:30 a.m. at the hospital in the Cloud Room near the front entrance. … more
“I have always believed in an open door policy. My office has always been open to anyone that walked through our door, appointment or not, and that is one of the biggest reasons that I have … more
The third and fourth grade students at Zion Lutheran in Litchfield got to take part in a very special reveal prior to the end of the school year on Thursday, May 11. Through a collaboration with … more
The volunteer members of the Shoal Creek Fire Protection District, covering Sorento, Panama, Donnellson and Walshville, extended their service borders across continents to provide aid to their fellow … more
The 37th Annual Irish Days Chili Cook-Off is being held as part of the Farmersville Irish Days celebration. Hosted by the St. Isidore chapter of the Knights of Columbus, the event will be held … more
Litchfield Museum and Route 66 Welcome Center is inviting the public to help them mark their 10th anniversary with a celebration from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, June 3. The festivities will … more
The Village of Farmersville will hold the 112th Irish Days Celebration next week, Thursday, June 1, through Saturday, June 3. This year’s celebration “What’s on your Bucket … more
"We're here to celebrate the 238 veterans buried at Glendale Cemetery in Fillmore," said Kent Lovelace. "It's pretty amazing to me for a community such as Fillmore to be blessed and honored with so … more
A large turnout attended the Litchfield Memorial Day service held at the Veterans Memorial Garden in Library Park Monday morning. Roy Schieferdecker, commander of American Legion Kniery-Knagg … more
“We should guard their graves with sacred vigilance. Let pleasant paths invite the coming and going of reverent visitors and fond mourners. Let no neglect, no ravages of time, testify to the … more
“Freedom, is certainly not free, Freedom is like a garden plot; it must constantly be weeded and nurtured”, said Linda Denton, speaker at this year’s Irving Memorial March held … more
Hillsboro paused to remember during Memorial Day services Monday, May 29, at the Veterans Memorial at Main and School Street. Guest speaker Mike Plunkett, publisher of The Journal-News used … more
The City of Coffeen is working hard behind the scenes to return a derelict piece of property back to the community. What was once an abandoned house located at the corner of Prospect and Main … more
The fundraiser held by the Taylor Springs Police Department successfully raised enough money to purchase 18 flags for the village. The newly purchased flags were put up by the Taylor Springs … more
"There’s no such thing as a self-made person. Someone else believed, encouraged and invested in you. Be grateful and be that someone for others." Hillsboro High School Principal Patti … more
“You are the pilots of your own destiny,” Pastor Ryan Follis told the soon-to-be graduates of Nokomis High School during graduation ceremonies on Friday, May 26. Follis, one of four … more
Real estate tax bills are set to be mailed on Wednesday, June 14, with a first installment due date of July 14, according to Montgomery County Treasurer Nikki Lohman. The second installment will … more
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