Private Pesticide Applicator Training Changes

Changes have been made in Private Pesticide Applicator Training.  Growers needing to recertify or certify for a private pesticide applicator license usually attend a training event or come to their local County Extension office to watch a DVD.  Because of COVID-19, this procedure has changed.  Until further notice, private applicators are no longer able to visit their extension office and […]

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Missouri DNR Closes Some State Parks

Changes will take place for five of Missouri’s State Parks, beginning Thursday evening.  The modifications, including the temporary closure of four of Missouri’s state parks and partial closure of one additional park.  The changes begin at 5:00 pm Thursday, April 2nd and are scheduled to continue until April 30th. These new measures will further implement the latest recommendations from the […]

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2020/21 Chillicothe Budget Approved

The 2020/21 Chillicothe City Budget that includes $18,159,179 in expenditures was approved by the Chillicothe City Council Monday.  City Administrator Darin Chappell talked about the budget. Chappell says that left a shortfall on the revenue side of $715,974. That gave the city a balanced budget for the 2020/21 fiscal year. Chappel says the budget does include a 3% cost of […]

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Current Chillicothe Budget Amended To Actual Figures

The Chillicothe City Council met Monday with several of the department heads and the media present.  The meeting was held via teleconference. The council approved the amendments to the 2019/2020 to actual figures.  The additional expenditures that were not in the original budget totaled 1.376 million dollars. In the Permanent Street Fund, the increase was $575,000.  City Administrator Darin Chappell […]

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Open Burning In Chillicothe

As the weather warms and you begin to clean-up around your yard, the Chillicothe Police Department reminds you of the rules for burning in the community.  Before burning check with the fire department to see if there are any burn bans in place and check the weather to determine if the wind will be a problem. There are restrictions that […]

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Chillicothe Police Report For Monday

The Chillicothe Police Department responded to 65 calls for service Monday, including several calls for open burning. 7:35 am, Officers responded to a two-vehicle non-injury accident at Washington St and Business 36.   One of the drivers was issued a citation for failure to yield. 11:21 am, Officers checking a report of illegal burn in the 300 block of Hillcrest Avenue.  […]

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