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Hundreds of people filled the streets in Hillsboro as the annual Old Settlers Parade stepped off on Thursday evening, Aug. 10. The theme of this year’s parade was “Spirit of … more
​​“The community garden is a way for Trinity Lutheran Church to show our love for the community,” said Pastor Joe Nehring, who was at the forefront of starting the Harvel Community … more
Nearly 50 attended the “Something Old, Something New” program focused on the history and traditions of weddings, hosted by the Christiana Tillson chapter of the Daughters of the American … more
The Litchfield School District is hosting an open house tonight, Monday evening, Aug. 14, to showcase the brand new Litchfield Elementary School, located at 127 W. St. John Street in downtown … more
BLH Computers will host their annual electronics recycling drive from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Sept. 16, at the former Wright Automotive Building in Hillsboro, located on the northeast corner of … more
The Panhandle Picklers are hosting their first ever ‘Pickler Putt-Putt’ event on Saturday,   Aug. 19, as part of fundraising operations for the Raymond pickleball courts project. … more
The Country Fair returned to the 139th Old Settlers celebration on Sunday, Aug. 6, in the basement of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in downtown Hillsboro. Dozens of brightly colored entries … more
The Old Settlers Kiddie Parade stepped off in celebration of Hillsboro's Bicentennial celebration on Thursday morning, Aug. 10, in downtown Hillsboro. This year's theme was "Cheers to 200 Years," and … more
Jenna Durbin was crowned 2023 Old Settlers Queen in the dry Lodge on Main on Wednesday evening, Aug. 9. The new queen is the daughter of Kendra and Travis Durbin and is the first to win the titles of … more
The basement of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church was once again transformed into a gallery showcasing the work of local artists for 2023 Old Settlers Art Show. The annual art show officially opened … more
"This is the third year in a row we're looking at a balanced budget," Superintendent David Powell said to begin a tentative budget presentation at the Hillsboro School Board meeting on Tuesday, Aug. … more
The Litchfield Pickers Market will return this week from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 13, at downtown Litchfield, starting at 400 North State Street. Hosted by the Litchfield Tourism Office and … more
It was a short night for members of the Montgomery County Board, who met in open session for just 59 minutes at their regular August meeting on Tuesday evening, Aug. 8, at the Historic Courthouse in … more
Whether it was a ponytail, pigtails or a braid, there were lots of smiles and lots of ribbons in this year’s Old Settlers competition, held Sunday, Aug. 6, as part of the Country Fair at St. … more
​​After several years of fundraising, a much needed new playground brightens up Panama’s John L. Lewis Memorial Park and is put into regular use by the children that reside in the village. … more
Author John S. Raschke, a retired US Army Colonel, discussed his recently released memoir A Tour in Chuong Thien Province: A U.S. Army Lieutenant with MACV Advisory Team 73 in the Mekong Delta, … more
Rain may have resulted in a little wet smell, but ultimately the 2023 edition of the Old Settlers Dog Show came out smelling like a rose on Sunday, Aug. 6. More than 20 pooches and parents were … more
Two local veterans were recognized with special   Land of Lincoln Honor Flight trips on May 16 and June 20. The free, one day trip is designed to give veterans a chance to visit the … more
It was never a big surprise to see Danny Millburg or Dave Waggoner at the Waggoner Centennial Building before they passed away in 2022, but now friends and family of these two men have a lasting … more
Raymond Village Board met at 7 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 7, Those present for the meeting included Mayor Denny Held, trustees Greg Bernhardt, Dan Hough, Kendall Snyder, Bruce Poggenpohl, Bill Krager and … more
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