Chillicothe Police Report For Tuesday

The Chillicothe Police Department responded to 83 calls for service Tuesday. At 3:51 a.m., Officers arrested a 30-year-old man for driving without a valid driver’s license following a traffic stop in the 200 block of W. Bus. 36 Hwy.  The man was processed and released pending. At 11:06 a.m., Officers assisted a citizen with checking on a possible stolen firearm.  […]

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MoDOT To Begin Flood Repairs On US 24 Near Carrollton

Repairs to the roadway on US 24 in Carroll County will begin this week.  The Missouri Department of Transportation says the flooding of 2019 damaged roadways and roadsides throughout Northwest Missouri. Repairs will begin soon to areas alongside a portion of US 24 south of Carrollton that were damaged by floodwaters. Lehman Construction, LLC, working with the Missouri Department of […]

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MDC Offers Hunter Education Skills Course In Trenton & Chillicothe

Hunter Education Skills Classes will be held soon in the local area.  The Missouri Department of Conservation will conduct the classes at the Barton Farm Campus in Trenton on September 21st and the Litton Center Classroom Building in Chillicothe on October 13th. Before attending the Skills Session, students will have to complete the Knowledge Session on their own. This can […]

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Chillicothe R-II’s Response to COVID-19

As the Chillicothe R-II School District is nearing a month of classroom time for the students, Superintendent Dan Wiebers reviewed their response to the ever-changing COVID-19 situation.  Mr Wiebers talked about some of the steps taken as they find out about students who have tested positive. Wiebers say they want to have the students in the classroom. He says they […]

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One Injured In Three Vehicle Accident

A head-on collision in Lafayette County left a Carrollton woman with moderate injuries.  The accident happened at about 7:30 am in Highway 23 near Three Groves Road.  The Highway Patrol reports 29-year-old Rose Lake of Carrollton was northbound and was passing slower traffic when she collided nearly head-on at the crest of a hill with a southbound vehicle driven by […]

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CHS Homecoming – No Parade, No Dance

While COVID-19 could changes plans at the last minute, the Chillicothe High School has worked out a plan for Homecoming – this Friday.  Superintendent Dan Wiebers says that plan allows for many of the activities to take place, just in a modified form. Wiebers says the School Board heard Tuesday that the Homecoming Dance will NOT be held this fall. […]

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New Loader For Street Department

The Chillicothe Street Department will soon have a new loader.  The City Council approved the purchase of a Catapillar loader from Foley Equipment in Chillicothe.  The loader is priced at $136,927 and the council approved a grapple attachment to the bucket for another $7,300. City Administrator Darin Chappell says that is over the amount budgeted for the loader, but they […]

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Headed To Prison

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department will transport five people to the Missouri Department of Corrections to begin serving their sentenced or for treatment.  The court orders are for : 25-year-old William Long of Trenton – 7 years or an ITP Program for Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 36-year-old Shaun Mindham of Blue Springs sentenced to six years, including 4 years […]

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