More $ for Trenton Home Demo

In a continued effort to help clean up run-down homes in Trenton, the City Council approved increasing the amount of Trenton’s City cost share contribution to property owners. City officials feel their residential home demolition project is not getting as much participation as hoped for. The city will now increase their cost share part to of demolition up to half […]

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2 Injured near Carrollton

Two teens were injured in a one vehicle accident in Carroll County early Saturday Morning. The Missouri State Highway Patrol said a car driven by 22 year old Andrew Campbell was on a gravel road in rural Carroll County when he missed a curve, ran off the road and hit a tree. Suffering minor injuries were 15 year old Rosalynn […]

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Explorer Hour at Crowder State Park

Weekly “Explorer Hour” programs will be hosted by Crowder State Park Staff, each Saturday in August. The program will start each Saturday at 10:00 am. Those interested are encouraged to meet the park staff at the campground amphitheater to explore a short section of trail. Participants are encouraged to bring water, wear comfortable hiking shoes and appropriate clothing for the […]

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Old Steam Plant Demo Ready To Begin

Demolition of the old Chillicothe Steam Plant apparently will begin in the next couple of days. Jim Gillilan, General Manager of Chillicothe Municipal Utilities says the demolition company called Red Rock has begun delivering some equipment to the job site today (Friday). Gillilan says the company has been instructed to save a few design parts of the building. Red Rock […]

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Youth Movement in Hornets Soccer

The Chillicothe Boys Soccer team will rely on underclassmen this season, according to Coach Tim Cunningham. After a decent season last year and the graduation of several seniors, underclassmen will be expected to step up into important rolls. One of those is last year’s leading scorer, Junior Mason Baxter Cunningham says he will be in uncharted territory this year. AUDIO […]

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KCHI Pre-Season Sports Shows

KCHI’s annual Chillicothe Hornets Pre-Season sports shows begin airing next week. For the next two weeks, Monday through Thursday, KCHI’s long time sports director Randy Dean will talk with a different Fall Sports head coach. The shows begin Monday when he talks with Football coach Tim Rulo. Tuesday is Softball Coach Mike Jones. Wednesday the 21st is Boys Soccer coach […]

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5 Plead Not Guilty to Drug Charges

Five people from Jamesport have been charged in a Daviess County court on drug-related charges. Amber Clevenger has been charged with felony possession of a controlled substance except 35 grams or less of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoid and four misdemeanor counts of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia prior drug offense. Four others: Charlez Cameron, Ashley Ross, Dustin Kimberling and Kristopher […]

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Gaunt’s Next Court Date is 9/17

The owner of a Brookfield Construction Company is still a month away from his next court appearance. Daniel Joseph Gaunt waved his arraignment a month and a half ago in Randolph County Court. His preliminary hearing is set for September 17th at 1:30pm at the Randolph County Courthouse in Huntsville. Gaunt, the owner of JD Construction Company, is charged with […]

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Chillicothe City Council Agenda

The Chillicothe City Council meeting will be Monday August 19th at 6:30pm at the Council Chambers of City Hall. In addition to the regular financial reports, the agenda includes a report from the Historic Preservation Commission, an Ordinance to enter into a Cost Apportionment Agreement with the Missouri Highways and Transportation in connection with realignment of the road to the […]

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