• Road Conditions Could Be Slick

    Streets and highways may be snow covered and slippery today, so if you are planning to travel, in town or out of town, make sure you take your time and […]

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  • Snow Ended, Very Cold Temperatures For The Weekend

    The Winter Storm Warning and Winter Weather Advisories for the KCHI listening area have been cancelled.  The National Weather Serviced Meteorologist Spencer Mell says they system moved through dropping varying […]

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  • Department Of Corrections Supporting Consolidation

    The announcement by Governor Mike Parson this week of plans to close the Cross Roads Correction Center in Cameron has been met with acceptance by the Missouri Department of Corrections.  […]

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  • Department Heads Tightening The Belt

    The Chillicothe Police and Fire Departments recently made presentations to the Chillicothe City Council on purchases made with grant funding or through purchasing programs that keep the cost down for […]

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  • Sheriff’s Report Includes One Arrest

    The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department is investigating theft from an elderly person that happened around Christmas time.  Sheriff Steve cox says on January 4th they learned of the theft of […]

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  • Sports Postponements

    Chillicothe High School Sports Postponements due to Weather: Boys Basketball at Camdenton scheduled for Saturday has been postponed to Feb 2nd, time not yet announced. Midland Empire Wrestling Tournament scheduled […]

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  • Missouri And Local Deer harvest Totals

    The Missouri Deer hunting season for all harvest methods ended with a total of 290,339 deer taken across the state.  The Missouri Department of Conservation says the top two counties […]

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Chillicothe Mudcats Seeking Player Host Families

The Chillicothe Mudcats return for another summer of baseball from late May through July.  The team already has 35 players signed and those players will need housing.  The Mudcats organization provides the housing through Host Families.  These families volunteer to house the player, providing access to laundry and providing meals.  Butch Shaffer, from the Mudcats Board says without the Host […]

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Road Conditions Could Be Slick

Streets and highways may be snow covered and slippery today, so if you are planning to travel, in town or out of town, make sure you take your time and give plenty of room between your vehicle and any others on the road. In Chillicothe, the street crews were out early clearing the emergency snow routes and the downtown area.  […]

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Department Of Corrections Supporting Consolidation

The announcement by Governor Mike Parson this week of plans to close the Cross Roads Correction Center in Cameron has been met with acceptance by the Missouri Department of Corrections.  In a press release, the Director of Communications for the Corrections Department, Karen Pojmann, says “The department plans to consolidate Crossroads Correctional Center and Western Missouri Correctional Center. The plan […]

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Department Heads Tightening The Belt

The Chillicothe Police and Fire Departments recently made presentations to the Chillicothe City Council on purchases made with grant funding or through purchasing programs that keep the cost down for the department. Chillicothe City Administrator Darin Chappell says those are just a couple of examples of how the city department heads are keeping expenses under control and often under budget. […]

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Sheriff’s Report Includes One Arrest

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department is investigating theft from an elderly person that happened around Christmas time.  Sheriff Steve cox says on January 4th they learned of the theft of gift cards from an elderly victim. The investigation shows a woman working for the State of Missouri, who was employed to assist the elderly victim, had been in the victim’s […]

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