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An award-winning podiatrist who practices in Hillsboro is now the only physician south of Chicago to earn  Certified Wound Specialist Physician certification. Dr. Andrew Ott, who began … more
The following was published by FarmWeek on Nov. 6 and is reprinted by permission Wheat yields weren’t quite as good as last year on Justison Farms in Hillsboro. But the best field still … more
Members of the Montgomery County Board approved their annual budget for fiscal year 2021 at their regular monthly meeting, held Tuesday evening, Nov. 10, at the Historic Courthouse in downtown … more
One Montgomery County school district went to all-remote learning for at least a week, and outbreaks began in two long-term care facilities as COVID-19 coronavirus cases continue to climb. As of … more
One might conclude Hillsboro will need a King Solomon and all his wisdom to appear, before Thanksgiving if possible, after the city council and a pair of West Summer Street residents presented their … more
Students who are not succeeding at remote learning this semester may have to return to classroom next semester, members of the Hillsboro School Board debated during a lengthy meeting on Tuesday, Nov. … more
The students at St. Louis Catholic School (SLS) in Nokomis were in session on Veterans Day, Wednesday, Nov. 11, and even hosted some very special guests as part of their Lunch with a Hero … more
Members of the Schram City Village Board held a public hearing prior to this month’s regular meeting on Monday evening, Nov. 9, regarding program performance of the lift station project. The … more
The City of Hillsboro launched a marketing website on Tuesday morning, Nov. 10. The website launched as www.headtohillsboro.com with the tagline “A Different Sort of Place” and highlights … more
Two dozen rail cars loaded with coal derailed just southeast of Panama Sunday morning, Nov. 8, according to the Christian-Montgomery Emergency Management Agency (EMA) and the Shoal Creek Fire … more
A total of 98 new COVID-19 coronavirus cases were confirmed in Montgomery County last week for a weekly positivity rate of 5.0 percent. According to the Montgomery County Health Department, the … more
On Thursday, Nov. 5, Mayor Steve Dougherty took time to read the accomplishments of Officer Thomas “TJ” DeWitt, who was being honored by the Litchfield City Council in his retirement … more
The Litchfield VFW Post #3912 has announced they have cancelled plans for the annual Veterans Day program, typically held on Nov. 11. “It is with deep regret that the Litchfield VFW’s … more
“Take me to a lumber section with the smell of wood permeating the air; that’s my Zen place,” said Don Davidson, owner of D&M Country Crafts in Fillmore. “There is just … more
Montgomery County voters elected a new state’s attorney while favoring Republicans in every single race, and voters in Litchfield let city hall know they are in favor of the sale of … more
A Girard man is dead after an accident involving a semi on Interstate 55 two miles north of the Raymond exit at 5:20 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 4 John B. Barnes, 56, of Girard, was pronounced dead at … more
The Montgomery County Health Department reports 28 new COVID-19 coronavirus cases this week for a positivity rate of 3.1 percent since Sunday, Nov. 1 In total, 667 cases have been confirmed in … more
Raymond Village Board met at 7 p.m. on Monday night, Nov. 2. Those in attendance were Mayor Denny Held, trustees Robert Pennock, Bruce Poggenpohl, Greg Bernhardt, Dan Hough and Bill Krager, Treasurer … more
The Montgomery County Planning Commission and the county’s Economic Development Committee met Monday evening, Nov. 2, for a final discussion about the revisions suggested by the planning … more
In an effort to support small business this holiday season while maintaining safe shopping amid the pandemic, the Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce is changing Small Business Saturday into Small Business … more
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