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Mothers and fathers need just as much attention as the newborn.  Because they too have just been born. Above is a quote from HHS class of ‘77 graduate Bonita (Sheridan) Katz’s … more
The members of the Litchfield City Council met on Thursday, March 17, to discuss what Budget Officer Jereme Zook called the city’s road map for spending for the next two years. Zook said … more
The Nokomis School Board was called to order on Tuesday, March 15, by President Chad Ruppert with Superintendent Scott Doerr, board members Steve Janssen, Denny Bauman, Carl Ray Fesser, Ben Tarter, … more
This April will mark 40 years since the family of LaVerne and Juanita Young started Young’s Roofing, Inc. “We have been very fortunate since then,” said LaVerne Young, noting it … more
“We’re pretty much on track, even with the weather delays,” Project Manager Peter Ratermann of Poettker Construction told Litchfield School Board members at their regular monthly … more
Upon entering their regular meeting on Monday evening, March 14, members of the Schram City Village Board chose to keep the annual municpal video gaming permit fee at $25 per machine. This year, … more
The Nokomis City Council confirmed at its Tuesday, March 14 meeting that it is expecting a $600,000 federal grant to replace the water treatment plant.  Though the total amount of the project … more
Five Hillsboro Planning Commission members (Chairman Tom Gooding, Mike Ryan, Rex Brown, Dave Booher, and David Powell) were in-person attendees at their meeting Tuesday afternoon, March 15, in city … more
Voters will pick winners in three contested local races in the primary election on June 28 when they select their nominees for partisan office and pick their precinct committee … more
“This space is almost exactly double the space we’re in over at the city complex,” said Nokomis Public Library Board President Debi Dawson. “We’re really excited about … more
War veterans who were past or are present residents of the boundaries of the Hillsboro School District have until Thursday, April 14, to have their names added to the Hillsboro Area Veterans Memorial … more
“I didn’t want to die, I just didn’t know how to live,” drug overdose survivor Sam Anthony Lucania told the crowd of about 125 at the first-ever mental health summit, … more
War veterans with ties to the Litchfield and surrounding area have until Thursday, April 14, to have their names added to the Litchfield Area Veterans Memorial by Memorial Day 2022, according to … more
Several members of the Shoal Creek Fire Protection District were honored for their service on Saturday evening, March 12, at the district’s annual awards banquet at the Sorento Fire … more
After being grounded for two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Land of Lincoln Honor Flight (LLHF)  organization will resume flights to honor local veterans. The organization has … more
“American made. We all know what those words mean,” Bob Buda said in making a presentation to the Montgomery County Board. “But I want you to see the products and meet the people … more
A pickup truck reported stolen in Schram City early Monday, March 7, was recovered shortly after, but not before a chase that ended in an arrest. Michael J. LaBlance, 19, of Greenville, was taken … more
Thirty eight items were on the Hillsboro City Council agenda when they met on Tuesday, March 8; all council persons were in attendance, and all items brought to a vote received a 5-0 verdict, … more
Members of the Hillsboro School Board had their sights on next school year at their meeting on Tuesday, March 8, making four curriculum changes at the high school, adding a new teaching position at … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board met for their regular meeting on Monday evening, March 7, at the village hall. Following approval of the Feb. 21 meeting minutes, it was business as usual for … more
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