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A Nokomis man was killed in a one-vehicle rollover accident east of Nokomis early Sunday morning. Robert Daniel Robinson, 46, of Nokomis, was pronounced dead at the scene at 3:15 a.m. Sunday, Nov. … more
A Montgomery County resident with 11 years on the bench has been selected by his peers as chief judge of the Fourth Judicial Circuit. Judge Doug Jarman was selected on Friday, Nov. 20, by a vote … more
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in downtown Litchfield, and merchants are hosting a special Small Business Saturday event, “A Quarantined Christmas” this Saturday, Nov. … more
Members of the Hillsboro Volunteer Fire Department  (HVFD) have finalized plans for their 63rd annual Christmas Basket Program. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 program will be conducted … more
“I’ve always had a passion for helping, but especially our aging population,” said Nikki Bishop of Litchfield. “Even as a young girl helping my grandma, I knew older people … more
Around the world, people pause to remember the survivors of suicide loss at the end of November each year. It’s a day set aside for survivors to come together to find connection, understanding … more
A total of 95 new COVID-19 coronavirus cases were confirmed in Montgomery County during the past week for a total of 993 as of Sunday, Nov. 22, since the pandemic began, according to the Montgomery … more
The Litchfield City Council had two outside presentations during their meeting on Thursday, Nov. 19, as the council returned to remotely held meetings in light of increased COVID-19 cases in the … more
President Chad Ruppert called the Nov. 17 meeting of the Nokomis School Board to order with all seven board members along with Superintendent Doerr, principals Reedy, McDowell, and assistant … more
With city hall closed, the Hillsboro Planning Commission met by Zoom Thursday morning, Nov. 19. Chairman Tom Gooding called the meeting to order at 10:35 a.m. In remote attendance were David Powell, … more
Nine months after Hardcore Hammers made the official announcement that they would open their company’s first storefront in Hillsboro, owners Steve and Rick Spencer are making good on their … more
The state will enter Tier 3 mitigation beginning Friday, Nov. 20, which will limit home gatherings to household members and ban gatherings at meeting rooms, banquet centers, private party rooms, … more
A discussion over recognition of students took up the first 45 minutes of the Panhandle Board of Education meeting on Monday, Nov. 16, with those affected most by the decision leading the … more
It was a busy night for members of the Litchfield School Board who approved a preliminary tax levy and voted to move ahead with two building projects to update the district’s elementary school … more
It wasn’t that long ago that Shane Grammer walked the hallways of the schools of the Litchfield Community School District as a student; but for at least the next few years, Grammer will be … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board met for their regular monthly meeting on Monday evening, Nov. 16, at the village hall. Those in attendance were Mayor Denny Held, Trustees Bruce Poggenpohl, … more
Nearly 300 grams of suspected narcotics were discovered during a traffic stop by the Litchfield Police Department Sunday night, Nov. 15, in the 500 block of West Union Avenue. The traffic stop was … more
A Hillsboro man and woman both face drug charges after a routine traffic stop on Sunday, Nov. 15, in Hillsboro. James A. Milanos, 52, of Hillsboro, who according to the Hillsboro Police Department … more
“I don’t believe communities are disposable. I don’t believe people are disposable and I don’t believe that products should be disposable either,” Atlas 46 CEO Brian … more
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced two more COVID-19 coronavirus deaths in Montgomery County on Thursday, Nov. 12, the 18th and 19th since the pandemic began. According to … more
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