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The first installment of property taxes in Montgomery County is due on Friday, July 16, Treasurer Nikki Lohman reminds. Tax bills were mailed out on June 11, but due to postal issues, many people … more
The 165th Nokomis Homecoming Celebration, scheduled for Friday, July 9, Saturday, July 10 and Sunday, July 11, had a long-standing tradition of revolving around good times, good friends and good food … more
The Montgomery County Health Department has planned three more drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinics for this week in Farmersville, Irving and Raymond. Clinics will be in Farmersville from … more
“It was just an absolute beautiful fit. It literally revolutionized our house and our life with our son, Valor,” said Julie Braye. Lauren Fuller, speech language pathologist at … more
Residents of Montgomery County are geared up to celebrate Independence Day  with a slew of free, family-friendly activities to be held in Litchfield and Hillsboro on Sunday, July … more
The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) has granted Montgomery County over $5 million to spend in COVID-related relief funds. Montgomery County is hosting a series of roundtable meetings to collect … more
Montgomery County Circuit Clerk Holly Lemons was named the Illinois Association of County Officials Official of the Year during this year’s spring conference on Tuesday evening, June 22, in … more
Members of the Raymond Village Board met for their second meeting of the month on Monday evening, June 21, at the village hall. Following a motion made by Trustee Bill Krager and seconded by … more
Montgomery County finished the month of June with only 20 new coronavirus cases, the lowest number of new cases for a month since June last year. As the county’s vaccination numbers have … more
“This is so much fun,” said Litchfield kindergarten teacher Penny Niemann, who is the director for the inaugural Camp Panther summer school program. Funded through federal dollars … more
The Montgomery County Health Department has planned three drive-through COVID-19 vaccination clinics for this week in Coffeen, Walshville and Nokomis. All three vaccines will be available: … more
In the fall of the 2020-2021 school year the boards of education from the Morrisonville and Panhandle School Districts approved the formation of a joint reorganization committee to explore the … more
The Nokomis Homecoming Association has announced that the stage at Memorial Park during this year’s homecoming will be packed with music and entertainment for everyone. Visitors are welcome to … more
What started out as a domestic disturbance in rural Nokomis on Thursday evening, June 24, turned into a stand-off with police and resulted in a charge of attempted murder against a Nokomis … more
Vaccination rates in Montgomery County continue to creep up, and the number of positive coronavirus cases continues to creep down. According to the Montgomery County Health Department, there has … more
The Montgomery County Fair continues through Sunday, June 27, at the county fairgrounds in Butler. Gate admission set at $7 per person and includes free parking and carnival rides. However, … more
The meeting room in Hillsboro’s city hall was standing room only Tuesday evening, June 22, as the council reconsidered a previous decision to sell two lots in City Lake Park to Capstone … more
Mayor Shawn Cady called the meeting of Witt City Council to order at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22, with the Pledge of Allegiance. Alderman Jay Martin led a brief prayer asking for insight and  … more
The Panhandle Board of Education held two special meetings prior to their regular meeting on Monday, June 21, the first of which was to amend the 2021 fiscal year budget. The need for the … more
Members of the Litchfield School Board heard an update on the new elementary school building project as part of their regular monthly board meeting, held Thursday evening, June 17, at Sihler … more
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