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The University of Illinois Extension of Montgomery County will be offering the state mandated Certified Food Protection Managers class and exam. The two-day course will take place on Monday Jan. 29 … more
A fundraiser for Project Third Day Panhandle, a pancake and sausage supper, will be held on Thursday, Feb. 22, from 5 to 7 p.m., at Lincolnwood High School cafeteria in Raymond. Cost of the … more
The Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation District (MCSWCD) and the City of Hillsboro held a meeting for farmland owners and producers located in the watershed of Montgomery County on … more
The Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation District is now accepting orders for the 2024 spring fish sale. Species of live fish available for pond stocking include channel catfish, largemouth … more
Raymond Village Board held their scheduled meeting on Monday, Jan. 15. Mayor Denny Held called the meeting to order shortly after 7 p.m., with Trustees Ryan Bruntjen, Dan Hough, Bruce Poggenpohl, … more
Hillsboro native Meghan Gonzalez was honored as the Middle School Teacher of the Year for the VFW posts between Quincy and Springfield. The daughter of Bill and Becky Gonzalez of Hillsboro, she is a … more
"We want to take the best care of everyone that we can," said Hillsboro Health CEO Mike Alexander. "We can't do everything, but we don't want someone to have to go the extra mile for something we can … more
Montgomery County has been issued a tentative property assessment equalization factor of 1.0000, according to David Harris, Director of the Illinois Department of Revenue. The property assessment … more
Litchfield has enlisted the help of the ‘MAPPING The Future of Your Community’ program through the Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs at Western Illinois University to take a proactive … more
Later this summer when the Olympics return to Paris for the third time, hundreds of athletes in dozens of events will learn the made-for Hollywood story of a Hillsboro High School graduate who was … more
By Phyllis Coulter FarmWeek Illinois wheat growers broke yield records for the third year in a row. Farmers not only broke the record in 2023, they “smashed it,” according to Mark … more
Imagine Hillsboro invites local residents to join the Great Lake Guessing Game this winter. The water level in Lake Hillsboro was drawn down weeks ago to allow removal of the old spillway and … more
Litchfield Public Library is starting not one, but two new adult programs for 2024. The first is a year-long reading challenge called the 2024 Title Challenge. Every month, a set of keywords will be … more
ROE #3 Learning Express Early Childhood Prevention Initiative has earned a prestigious endorsement from Parents As Teachers National Center, Inc., (PATNC) as a Blue Ribbon Affiliate, making it one of … more
After raffles and a Christmas event fundraiser, 2023 Raymond Junior Miss Independence Paislee Krager raised $768 to donate to St. John’s Children’s Hospital NICU in Springfield. Krager … more
“The Long March,” a new exhibit at Hillsboro Area Public Library, chronicles the Civil Rights era as depicted by America’s most famous political cartoonist, Herb Block. The … more
Members of the Montgomery County Board started their new year by recognizing Montgomery County Clerk and Recorder Sandy Leitheiser for 25 years of service to the county. Chairman Doug Donaldson made … more
“You’re ahead of the game,” Dr. Vic Zimmerman told members of the Hillsboro School Board at the meeting on Tuesday evening, Jan. 9. “This is about the time that school … more
The Montgomery County Soil and Water District will host an election of officers for 2023 on Thursday, Jan. 23. This year’s meeting was originally scheduled for Jan. 16, but was moved to … more
With two commissioners absent and a very brief agenda, the Nokomis City Council breezed through a short meeting on Jan. 8, taking little significant action.   Mayor Dylan Goldsmith presided over … more
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