KCHI, Mudcats, Ready for Baseball Season

The start of the Chillicothe Mudcats Baseball Season is just days away. This year’s Mudcats play by play voice on KCHI is Patrick Wheeler, who graduated in December from Missouri Southern in Joplin. Wheeler is excited about the opportunity. Wheeler has spend time in football and basketball play by play but is really looking forward to broadcast his favorite sport. […]

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Class 3 Area State Track Results

The high school track season is over with the state championships held over the weekend. Chillicothe athletes brought home a few medals and valuable experience. The Hornet Boys team scored three points for a tie for 45th place out of 77 teams. The 4×400 team brought home the only medal, finishing 6th with Ethan Corbin, Kaleb Mullikin, Peyton Forck and […]

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Chillicothe Police Weekend Report

Items on the Chillicothe Police Department report covering Friday may 24th through Sunday May 26th included a couple of accidents and numerous arrests. On Saturday officers were dispatched to the 1700 block of Fair street on a report of a female appearing to be passed out behind the wheel with kids playing in the car. According to the Police Report, […]

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Chillicothe Woman Injured in Accident

A Chillicothe woman was injured in an accident near Chillicothe. The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports a car drive by 58 year old Cynthia Johnson was westbound on Route V, one mile east of Chillicothe when the car went off the road. It struck a ditch and came to rest upright. Johnson  was taken to Hedrick Medical Center by Chillicothe […]

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Chillicothe City Council to Meet

The Chillicothe City Council meets in regular session Tuesday May 28th at 6:30pm at Chillicothe City Hall Council Chambers. Appearances include Ben White with a request to name the area of Locust Street from Clay to Ann the “Kelly Poling Arts District” Robert Cowherd with ordinances establishing a local bid preference, and regulations for medical marijuana cultivation, manufacturing and dispensaries. […]

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Chillicothe to host C.I.T. Training

Chillicothe will be the site for area law enforcement for C-I-T or Crises Intervention Team training. Chillicothe Police Detective Whitney Murdock says C-I-T promotes more effective partnerships at times when tensions are high. Murdock says it plays an important role in the job of law enforcement officers on a day to day basis. She says it mainly is how you […]

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Night Hike at Crowder State Park

Crowder State Park in Trenton will be the site of a “Creatures of the Night Hike on June 1st at 8:30pm. During the guided night hike, park staff will present information about animals that can be seen and heard at night. Participates should meet at the Shelter 3 Parking lot and should dress appropriately for the weather including closed toe […]

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Memorial Day is Start of Summer

This is Memorial Day and for many, it is the last day of a three day weekend. Livingston County Library Director Candy Warren says for many it is the unofficial start to Summer. Warren says there are many activities you can do for Memorial Day with family and friends. The Livingston County Library is closed today but will be open […]

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Highway Patrol Weekend Arrests

The Missouri Highway Patrol has been busy this holiday three day weekend keeping the roads safe for travelers. The patrol has made several arrests in the KCHI listening area. Three people were arrested during a traffic stop in Caldwell County. An 18 year old female and a 19 year old male both from Excelsior Springs were arrested for tampering with […]

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Road Work Schedule Week of 5/27/19

Several area road work projects are scheduled for this week in the KCHI listening area: Livingston County: Route C’s Shoal Creek Drain Bridge will be closed through late June for maintenance after flooding damage. Caldwell County: Pavement repair on US 36 from A to 13. Carroll County: Route C closed until further notice at the Branch of Turkey Creek Bridge […]

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