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On Monday, Jan. 25, the regularly scheduled Nokomis City Council meeting was called to order by Mayor Mike Holliday.  Council members present included Holliday, Commissioners Louis Stauder, … more
Mayor Jim VanOstran called the meeting of Witt City Council to order with the Pledge of Allegiance at 7:05 p.m., on Tuesday, Jan. 26. Aldermen Tim Taylor and John Bauerle, Mayor VanOstran and City … more
Whether it be through consolidation or deactivation, the combining of the Panhandle and Morrisonville school districts has been discussed often for more than a decade, with Morrisonville nixing a … more
Although school gymnasiums have been largely quiet throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the gyms at Beckemeyer Elementary School in Hillsboro and Litchfield High School were buzzing as about 500 … more
Twelve Montgomery County residents lost their lives to COVID-19 during the third week of January, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) and the Montgomery County Health … more
A new program coming to Litchfield is aiming to slow the substance abuse problem that has plagued communities all over the country, while also building a stronger relationship with the Litchfield … more
Members of the Litchfield School Board unanimously approved a purchase of the building at 2001 Eilerman Avenue in Litchfield, near Lincoln Land Community College for $682,112.76.  The site … more
The Harvest of Hope Food Pantry, located at 102 South Main Street in Hillsboro received an outpouring of support from the community on Saturday, Jan. 13. Approximately 15 car loads of food items … more
A Centralia teen who used to live in Hillsboro was arrested in the Capri IGA parking lot in Hillsboro Friday afternoon, Jan. 22, in a pick-up truck that had been reported stolen in … more
The Montgomery County Creating Entrepreneurial Opportunities (CEO) board is seeking young students for their program. The program is called CEO because the program, which began in 2015-2016, has … more
The Illinois Department of Public Health (IDPH) announced three more COVID-related deaths in Montgomery County so far this week. All three were females, according to IDPH, one in her 90s on … more
A special meeting of the Nokomis City Council began at 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 18 with Mayor Mike Holliday, Commissioners Louis Stauder, Derek Durbin and Jocko Nash, along with City Clerk Rachel Hill … more
The Litchfield City Council will hold their second meeting of the month on Jan. 21, at Corwin Hall with public access available online through Zoom. The night will begin with two public hearings, … more
Seven members of Hillsboro’s Planning Commission met Tuesday, Jan. 19, with one primary goal; in the age of Zoom, two of the members were far from Hillsboro - one in Florida, the other in … more
“I never would have dreamed that I was going to open my own bakery when I moved to Hillsboro,” said Jamie Ross, recent Hillsboro transplant and owner of 3 Fern Hill bakery. “Life … more
It wasn’t exactly the way they planned to spend Thanskgiving, but recovering from the COVID-19 virus allowed Tony Throne of Litchfield to help others celebrate future Thanksgivings with their … more
As the impact of the post-holiday coronavirus surge begins to decrease, the governor removed mitigations from two regions in the state on Monday, including Region 3 which includes Montgomery … more
A Missouri man is in Montgomery County Jail after shots were fired outside a Nokomis bar Thursday night, Jan. 14. Steven L. Lafata, 39, of Union, MO, faces three felony weapons charges: aggravated … more
This year, the Hillsboro Area Health Foundation’s premier fundraising event–which has helped bring new doctors, health and long-term care facilities to town as well as funding health … more
“We feel that there is the ‘right’ way to renovate and then there’s the ‘Wright’ way to renovate,” said Kendra Wright of Hillsboro, who has been working with … more
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