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It took a coin flip to determine Doug Donaldson of Irving would be the next chairman of the Montgomery County Board during the re-organizational meeting on Tuesday evening, Dec. 6, at the Historic … more
Gov. JB Pritzker on Tuesday signed a follow-up measure to the SAFE-T Act criminal justice reform, the third such amendment since the law’s initial passage in January 2021. The changes were … more
The Hillsboro City Council held its only December meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 6; the four commissioners and Mayor Don Downs were all present. The first action item on the agenda was approving the … more
Members of Raymond Village Board met at 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 5. Those present for the meeting included Mayor Denny Held, trustees Bruce Poggenpohl, Dan Hough, Kendall Snyder, Greg Bernhardt and … more
City sidewalks. Busy sidewalks. Dressed in holiday style.  And in the air there will be a feeling of Christmas as the Nokomis community brings the holiday season to life this weekend. The … more
Six high school seniors from Montgomery County are being honored by NPR (National Public Radio) this fall as part of the annual “This I Believe” essay contest. Ten essays from around the state … more
Head to Hillsboro this weekend for special holiday shopping hours from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 11. Normally closed, Downtown Hillsboro businesses are opening to give locals a chance to … more
Several students and staff members at Litchfield High School were honored during an awards ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 22, in Simmons Gym for their efforts in three local contests sponsored by the … more
A motion to establish an ordinance allowing the use of golf carts and other associated vehicles in the city limits of Litchfield died due to the lack of a second during the Litchfield City Council … more
The Greater Hillsboro Ministerial Fellowship is asking for donations that will help with financial assistance for those with emergency needs throughout the year. A special page in this edition … more
The final day to submit an application for the annual Hillsboro Volunteer Fire Department Christmas Basket Program is the end of this week–on Friday, Dec. 9. Applications are available at … more
Youth sports, especially soccer, have been a big part of Seth and Jessie Huber’s life, so when news came that the Huber’s two-year-old son Simeon had been diagnosed with Acute … more
The Illinois State Police released two police body cam videos on Thursday, Dec. 1, that show the foot pursuit and eventual shooting of an armed suspect on Thursday, Nov. 24, in Litchfield. The … more
The village of Raymond had its own Winter Wonderland of sorts as the community held its annual Christmas Mall event on Saturday, Nov. 26, at the Raymond Knights of Columbus Hall. There were over … more
After a year full of employee departures, new hires, and re-hires, the Nokomis City Council filled a vacancy for a full-time position at the city’s Water and Sewer Department at its regular … more
The new South Central Illinois Training and Innovation Center is officially underway. Members of the Litchfield School Board held a special meeting on Tuesday evening, Nov. 29, at the district … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board approved the hiring of a new superintendent at Shoal Creek Golf Course following the resignation of Nick Hornbuckle at their meeting on Monday evening, Nov. … more
It’s gearing up to be “A Magical Christmas” this weekend in Litchfield as the Litchfield Community Partners organization presents a holiday celebration on Saturday, Dec. … more
The inaugural Walking in Truth Gala, held Saturday, Nov. 12, at the Litchfield Community Center, raised over $78,000 to benefit Zion Lutheran School in Litchfield. “In addition to raising … more
He’s making his list and checking it twice as the jolly old elf himself made a special appearance at the 11th annual tree lighting festivities in downtown Farmersville on Saturday, Nov. … more
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