Chillicothe Schools Begins Aug 19th

Chillicothe Public Schools open for the new year in just over a week. Chillicothe Superintendent of Schools Dan Wiebers says students and parents should complete on line registration and be ready for the first day on August 19th. This will be Wieber’f’irst School Year as Superintendent. He says he’s ready to make it a great year. He stated that while […]

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Strength Training Important for over 50

As we get older, our activity level declines which means we lose muscle strength. Sarah Wood is a Nutrition and Health Specialist with the University of Missouri Extension Center. She says when you are over 30, you should think about a strength training program. She says the first think you will notice from a loss of muscle mass is reduction […]

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Chillicothe Police Report Wed Activities

When it comes to protecting the public and solving crime, sometimes a police officer’s duties involve more than just answering calls for service. The Chillicothe Police Report for Wednesday’s activities included several finger print details. Officers were at the Livingston County Courthouse for Court Duties and details, and assisted another agency on a dog complaint. Other activities included retrieving some […]

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Pershing State Park Meeting Saturday

Representatives from Missouri State Parks are inviting the public to an informational meeting about Pershing State Park on Saturday, August 10th at 7:00pm at the Pershing State Park Campground Amphitheater. Park Representatives will provide information about the park and to answer public questions about the park and its operations. A Park Spokesperson stated public input through these meetings help create […]

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Armed Man Arrested In Chula

An armed man from New Cambria was arrested in Chula on Tuesday. Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox says he and one deputy responded to a report of a man outside a home in Chula. Cox stated the suspect was acting in a threatening manor and was armed with two large knives. The Sheriff reported the subject fled into a home, […]

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CPD asking City For More Officers

The Chillicothe Police Chief has told City Administrator Darin Chappell that two new Police Officers would be helpful to the department. Administrator Darin Chappell says he agrees, but there is not enough money in the budget to add more police personnel. Chappell says with the growing community and growing number of calls, the Police staff is struggling at times to […]

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Head On Kills Newtown Teen

A Newtown Teen had died from a two car accident in Putnam County Wednesday morning. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a pick up driven by 16 year old Coy Miller of Newtown and a vehicle driven by 21 year old Brady Huffman of Galt met on a hill crest on a rural road Northwest of Newtown. The two […]

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MoDOT 5 year Plan Now On LIne

The Missouri Department of Transportation has created the “Missouri Road and Bridge Program” n an effort to better communicate how Missouri’s road and bridge revenues will be invested in the state’s infrastructure for the next five years. The new document is an abbreviated form of the Statewide Transportation improvement Program that was approved by the Missouri Highway and Transportation Commission […]

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Ketcham Center Closing Fri thru 17th

The Ketcham Community Center on the North Central Missouri College Campus in Trenton will be resurfacing the gym floor starting Friday August 9th through the 17th for the yearly varnish treatment. The Ketcham Community Center will close Friday at noon and remain closed through Sunday the 11th. The Center will be open for regular hours on Monday the 12th for […]

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