CPD Follows Disoriented Subject

A well being check by Chillicothe Police ended up going into Sullivan County and back to Chillicothe. Officers responded to the 1200 block of Alexander Street for a reported well-being check. Officers were advised a resident had taken their mother’s purse and vehicle and left the house. The subject was stated as suffering from a mental condition. Officers found the […]

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Trenton Airport Improvements

The Trenton City Council approved some steps regarding changes and upgrades at the Trenton Airport. The Trenton council reviewed qualifications for Engineering services at the Trenton Airport. City Administrator Ron Urton says the council approved the same company used in past projects. Urton talks about the planned future upgrades at the Trenton Airport. The project will replace the current T-Hangers, […]

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FEMA Recovery Center in Carrollton

A FEMA disaster recovery center will be open for three days in Carroll County, starting Today, Friday August 16th. The center will provide one-on-one assistance to Missouri residents affected by spring flooding, severe storms and tornadoes. The office will be at Southside Baptist Church at 301 East Shanklin Street in Carrollton. It will be open Today from 8:00am to 6:00pm, […]

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Chautauqua Volunteers Still Needed

The Chillicothe Chamber of Commerce is searching for a few more people to volunteer to help with Chautauqua in the Park. The event is September 7th and 8th at Simpson Park. A few more people are needed in a variety of positions at certain times, including Gate Volunteers, Grounds Pick up, Rovers, trash pick up and parking monitor for the […]

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Constant Sentencing is Today (Friday)

A former Chillicothe businessman and former school board member is expected to be sentenced in Federal Court in Iowa today, according to a story on the Missouri News Network. 61 year old Randy Constant will be sentenced in Cedar Rapids, Iowa this morning for his part in a $142-million grain fraud scheme. Constant pleaded guilty in December in an Iowa […]

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Nelson Prelim Hearing is Sept 16

A Braymer man accused of driving a rental truck with out permission had his preliminary hearing scheduled in a court appearance this (Thursday) morning. Garland Nelson of Braymer will have his preliminary hearing on September 16th at 9:00am in front of Judge Kanoy in the Caldwell County Courthouse. Nelson is accused of driving a truck rented by Nicholas and Justin […]

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Tina Couple to 4-H Hall of Fame

Two long-time 4-H volunteers in Livingston County will be inducted into the Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame on August 17th. Brian and Tena Eggers of Tina, have been supporters of the program since they were members themselves. Shawn Murphy from Livingston County Extension Office says they have taken on many roles throughout the years. Murphy explains just how involved the […]

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P&Z to talk about Flood Plain

The Chillicothe Planning and Zoning Commission meets September 3rd at 5:30pm in the Council Chambers of Chillicothe City Hall. On the agenda is to review a request to repeal two sections and adopt new sections to adopt flood hazard maps, to designate a flood plain Administrator and all acts necessary to carry out the provisions of such an ordinance. Tammi […]

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Change in Misdemeanor Marijuana Cases

Livingston County Prosecuting Attorney Adam Warren has announced at the Courthouse an immediate refusal to prosecute misdemeanor marijuana possession, and plans to dismiss all pending cases regarding the same offense. Warren, in his third term, stated the new policy reflects the new definition of hemp in Missouri Statutes. The Missouri Legislature passed a Senate Bill which goes into effect August […]

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