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With new mitigations in this area and a continued rise of positive cases of the COVID-19 virus, health officials remind local residents of some of the protocols put in place to keep the community … more
The Litchfield Ministerial Alliance is planning its annual Community Thanksgiving on Tuesday evening, Nov. 24, with drive-thru service at the Litchfield Community Center. Volunteers will pass out … more
Churches in the Hillsboro community are once again hosting the 29th annual community-wide Thanksgiving dinner, although it will look a little different this year due to the ongoing … more
The Greater Hillsboro Ministerial  Fellowship held its annual Hill-o-ween event on Saturday, Oct. 31, in the church parking lots of Calvary Baptist, Hillsboro United Methodist, World Harvest, … more
Coronavirus resulted in two more deaths, 66 new positive cases, and suspension of in-person classes at two schools in Montgomery County last week. On Sunday, Nov. 1, the Montgomery County Health … more
After a campaign season made even more unusual by the pandemic, those who have not voted early or by mail will have the opportunity to make their marks at polling places during the general election … more
As of Sunday, 39 percent of Montgomery County’s 16,624 registered voters have either voted early or requested a vote-by-mail ballot, according to Montgomery County Clerk Sandy Leitheiser The … more
Several Nokomis businesses and organizations are joining together to make sure that families in need in the Nokomis area have a happy holiday season. JoAnna Marley of Capital A Creations and … more
COVID-19 resurgence mitigations will be implemented in Region 3–which includes Montgomery County–beginning at 12:01 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 1, the governor and Illinois Department of Public … more
Although the new Veiled Non-Profit is typically “unveiled” at the annual Litchfield Halloween Parade, this year’s parade was cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic. And new … more
The Montgomery County Health Department has reported 31 new COVID-19 cases so far this week for a positivity rate of 3.5 percent since Sunday. As of Wednesday, Oct. 29, the county is up to 604 … more
Help may be coming for the Hillsboro city pool, but the process won’t be simple––but it took a tentative first step Tuesday evening, Oct. 27, during a Zoomed city council meeting. … more
The Nokomis City Council held their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, Oct. 26, with Mayor Mike Holliday, Commissioners Louis Stauder, Derek Durbin, Ann Brookshire and Jocko Nash present.  … more
A Litchfield man got nine years in prison on Thursday, Oct. 22, for felony predatory criminal sexual assault of a child. Carlos M. Porter, 50, of Litchfield, pleaded guilty in Montgomery County … more
The health department announced the 16th coronavirus death in Montgomery County over the weekend, capping a week in which 63 new cases were confirmed in the county. The COVID-19 death was the … more
President Chad Ruppert called the Oct. 20 meeting of the Nokomis School Board to order with all seven board members along with Superintendent Dr. Scott Doerr, principals Reedy, McDowell, and … more
After a successful first community-wide event last year, the Greater Hillsboro Ministerial Fellowship is sponsoring another Hill-o-Ween event, “Honk or Treat” drive-through on Saturday, … more
After nearly 40 years of practicing at Litchfield Family Practice, Dr. Jerome Epplin has had what he likes to call it - a change - as he's shifted his focus to mainly supportive living, nursing home … more
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