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Beth Cherry is the recipient of Litchfield Chamber of Commerce’s 2020 Special Recognition Award. Cherry has long been an active fixture in the community, both through her former business, the … more
They say that great things often come in small packages. My grandmother stood about five-foot, three-inches, and hovered around 100 pounds her entire life.  She, by all accounts, was a small … more
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown Hillsboro, and just in time for a visit from the big man himself. Due to the ongoing pandemic, Imagine Hillsboro volunteers planned a … more
The Montgomery County Health Department reports 112 new COVID-19 coronavirus cases in the first five days of December for a positivity rate of 4.9 percent, down slightly from the overall 5.0 … more
In the first meeting of November, the Litchfield City Council recognized the retirement of Litchfield Police Officer TJ DeWitt after 21 years of service with the department. On Thursday, Dec. 3, the … more
Christmas is coming to Nokomis this weekend, Saturday, Dec. 12. The Downtown Nokomis Association, aided by several factions of the community, have been hard at work to safely offer festive fun amid … more
“My inventory ranges from Gibson Girl to Spice Girl,” said Alexandra Miller, when describing the vintage store she has been steadily building over the last year. “I opened my … more
Judge Jim Roberts of Hillsboro presided over a swearing-in ceremony on Monday afternoon, Nov. 30, at the new courthouse in downtown Hillsboro, for three county officials elected earlier in the month. … more
The Montgomery County Health Department is reporting 115 new COVID-19 coronavirus positive tests in the county since Thanksgiving. After no reports were made on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and … more
Without local bell ringers for the Salvation Army this year, the Greater Hillsboro Ministerial Fellowship is depending on mail-in donations to help people in their darkest times. The ministerial … more
Every year, the young team of entrepreneurs in the Montgomery County CEO (Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities) program create a class business project.  The experience creates teamwork, … more
The Nokomis business community welcomed a new member, Taylor Trading Co., on Thursday, Nov. 5. Patrons donned their masks to attend the grand opening of the home and furniture store and there was … more
The Montgomery County Health Department reported 44 new confirmed COVID-19 coronavirus cases last week before the Thanksgiving holiday for a positivity rate of 2.7 percent through Wednesday. The … more
A Missouri man was arrested just after midnight on Thanksgiving morning after a traffic stop on Route 16 east of Litchfield resulted in a drug arrest. Roger A. Kluge, 53, of Cadet, MO, was … more
The Hillsboro City Council, with all four members present either via Zoom or in person, approved three facade grants and one request for Tax Increment Financing (TIF) funds during their meeting on … more
Witt City Council met on Tuesday evening, Nov. 24. The meeting was called to order with the Pledge of Allegiance at 7:10 p.m. Aldermen Tim Taylor, Kenny Vallelonga, Dave Cearlock, John Bauerle, Jay … more
The Nokomis City Council met for their regularly scheduled meeting Monday, Nov. 23, with council members present, Mayor Mike Holliday, Commissioners Louis Stauder, Derek Durbin, Ann Brookshire and … more
Before he entered double digits, Parker Page of Hillsboro was diagnosed with Epilepsy, which affects 470,000 children, and each year in November, he and his family share their knowledge of the … more
Staff meetings can occasionally be... unpleasant. But throw in that this one was scheduled well after work and just before a much needed holiday break and you could understand why Panhandle … more
The Montgomery County Health Department will provide COVID-19 rapid testing for employees in the Hillsboro and Litchfield school districts on Monday, Nov. 30, in an effort to help prevent outbreaks … more
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