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A 2015 Highland County budget tentatively approved Wednesday includes $9.5 million in the general fund to operate statutory offices, an increase over last year of about $300,000.
Forecasters said Wednesday that Highland County and the surrounding region can expect high winds Wednesday afternoon accompanying possibly strong thunderstorms.
Updated with corrected information. George Uebel, a resident at Heartland of Hillsboro, is presented with a Cincinnati Reds stuffed animal Tuesday afternoon courtesy of the Hillsboro Eagles. Handing the gift to Uebel is Heartland Activities...
A man charged with stealing multiple items from Walmart over several days is scheduled to be arraigned in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Christmas Eve.
Editor's note: The following is an article that was submitted by local resident Tammi Ayres for Civitas Media's “Faith and Family” publication, which was recently included in many Civitas newspapers. Readers submitted...
Southern gospel music artist Kevin Spencer will be appearing at the Samantha Freewill Baptist Church on Sunday, Dec. 28 at 10:45 a.m. Wiley Perkins is the minister and can be reached at 393-4140. The church is located at 10211 SR 72.
Auctioneer Rick Williams, left, takes bids on an ugly Christmas tie worn by Bill Smith on Tuesday at the weekly Hillsboro Rotary Club meeting. Scott Lewis outbid Lee Koogler for the tie. In other items, Kevin Boys won the bidding for a caramel popcorn...
A traffic stop shortly after 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday ended with a concealed weapon charge.
A woman who was first charged with two felonies in 2011 will appear on a bench warrant for those cases in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Christmas Eve.
Two Greenfield men wanted on warrants were arrested Monday night after Greenfield police officers acted on a tip regarding the mens' whereabouts.
Former Greenfield superintendent Terry Fouch is stepping in as interim superintendent of the Bright Local school district following a school board meeting Monday night.
Two defendants appearing in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Monday were sentenced to jail time on probation violations, with one serving a total of 397 days.
On the heels of two successful years with guest speakers Orion Samuelson (2013) and Max Armstrong (2014), the Highland County Chamber of Commerce will present its 3rd annual “Ag is Everyone's Business” event on Friday, Jan. 16 at the...
With family members on hand, Jeff Duncan was sworn in as a Highland County commissioner on Monday by Highland County Juvenile and Probate Judge Kevin Greer.
Forty-four members of the Hillsboro FFA Chapter visited nursing homes in Hillsboro recently to sing Christmas carols. Members first visited Crestwood, followed by Heartland and the Laurels.
The Fairfield schools recently participated in Adopt a Christmas Child. Each homeroom class competed to see who could raise the most money and if they did they would get a pizza party. All together they raised over $3,000. The proceeds went to three...
Board of Elections holiday hours
TODAYTops, 6 p.m., Tree of Life, 545 N. 6th St., Greenfield.Narcotics Anonymous, 6:30-8 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church, 231 Harry Sauner Rd., Hillsboro. Call 937/763-0750, Arnold.
A $10,000 donation to KAMP Dovetail from LoanMax on Monday will help the camp expand on the services it provides to special needs children, said Linda Allen, executive director of Supplemental Assistance to the Handicapped (SATH), which operates the...
Saying the job has taken too much of her personal time, Lynchburg Village Administrator Tami Pierre said Friday that she's moving on after less than two years on the job.
Highland County Juvenile Court Judge Kevin Greer made his displeasure known on Friday in a hearing regarding an infant and how the case was handled by Highland County Children Services.
A steady stream of visitors stepped gingerly into the Colony Theatre Thursday evening, maneuvering around the debris and inspecting the damage that has been caused by a leaky roof, neglect, and time itself.
A Peebles man, who was originally scheduled for a deferred sentencing in the Hillsboro Municipal Court on Friday, entered a plea agreement and pled guilty to assault.
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