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The Litchfield School Board got an in-depth look at a robust summer school plan the district is planning this year, as part of their regular monthly meeting on Thursday evening, Feb. 18, at Sihler … more
Opera House Brewing Company in downtown Hillsboro is known for its signature craft beers, brewed right in the basement of their Main Street building. However, one night a month, owners Anthony and … more
Four people face felony meth indictments from a grand jury convened in early February, according to Montgomery County State’s Attorney Andrew Affrunti. Kenneth J. Costello, 53, of Harvel, … more
For the first three days this week, Montgomery County remains at a 1.8 percent positivity rate–the same rate as last week–for new COVID-19 coronavirus cases. According to the … more
Six of Montgomery County’s 20 municipalities have contested races for mayor or village president in the consolidated election on Tuesday, April 6, a ballot from which voters will also select … more
On Friday, March 13, 2020, the Lanphier High School boys basketball team was scheduled to play Lincoln in the sectional championship on the Railers’ home floor. That game never happened due to … more
The Holiday Shop in downtown Hillsboro is a warm and welcoming environment. Shop owners Ross and Marie Owens are friendly and eager to help make your holidays special. After witnessing their … more
While hearts have always been synonymous with February and Valetine’s Day, one particular heart has extra special meaning this year for one Litchfield couple. James Randle had a life-saving … more
The Montgomery County Health Department does not want Super Bowl parties to turn into super spreaders, so is encouraging anyone who attended such gatherings to get tested for COVID-19. The health … more
With heavy hearts, members of the Waggoner Centennial Players have announced the decision to cancel this year’s annual dinner theater, due to the ongoing pandemic. However, in order to … more
The Hillsboro Area Health Foundation annual Valentine Gala had a different feel this year.  Instead of celebrity waiters in vests and bow ties, this year’s event featured a few hearty … more
Litchfield High School senior Caleb Jurgena was awarded fourth place in this year’s Illinois State Voice of Democracy program. The award was presented on Saturday, Feb. 13, at a hybrid … more
In the fall of 1820, John Tillson Jr., Hiram Rountree, Israel Seward and Eleaser Townsend presented a petition to the still-infant Illinois state legislature, asking that a new county be detached … more
Gov. JB Pritzker announced Wednesday that the state plans to expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to individuals of all ages who have comorbidities and underlying conditions by Feb. 25. Speaking at … more
“The bicentennial is a time to celebrate, not just in the festive sense, but also in a more profound sense of renewal and recommitment; therefore, we dedicate our bicentennial to achievement to … more
Hillsboro’s four person city council (Mayor pro tem/Finance Commissioner Katie Duncan, Utility Commissioner Don Downs, Public Safety Commissioner Michael Murphy, and Streets, Public Properties … more
Mayor Mike Holliday called the scheduled meeting of the Nokomis City Council to order on Monday, Feb. 8, with council members present Commissioners Louis Stauder, Derek Durbin and Jocko Nash, along … more
With all board members present by conference call, the Schram City Village Board approved a three-year contract with Dynegy Energy for electrical aggregation for the pumping stations during their … more
Members of the Hillsboro School Board approved the "transitional math" class for high school seniors that was discussed last month during their meeting this month at the unit office on Tuesday, Feb. … more
“I like the hills of Montgomery County because they are a small reminder of my home town of Kandy, Sri Lanka,” said Asela Jayarathne, owner of AJ Banners in downtown … more
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