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Area High School Graduations
High School Graduations will take place
over the next couple of weeks. The area schools hold the Graduation
Ceremonies between this Sunday and May 21st. The graduation calendar
Tina/Avalon High School
Hale High School
Grundy Co of Galt High School
Meadville High School
SW of Ludlow High School
Breckenridge High School
Brookfield High School
Gallatin High School
05/12 6:30 pm
Tri-County of Jamesport High School
Bosworth High School
Braymer High School
Trenton High School
Chillicothe High School
Marceline High School
Hamilton High School
Carrollton High School
County Commission Meetings
The Livingston County Commissioners meet
in regular session on Tuesday and Thursday next week. The meetings
begin at 9:30 am in the commission room. The agendas include county
road and bridge matters and administrative and departmental duties.
They have no specific items scheduled on the agendas.
Software Bid On Board of Public
Chillicothe's Board of Public Works will
meet Tuesday at Noon. The meeting is held at the CMU office and
includes reports from the General Manager and Department Heads. The
Electric Services Director will present bids for Inventory Management
Systems Software. The meeting is open to the public.
Collision Repair Vehicles To Be
Sold May 31st
Grand River Technical School will sell
the vehicles from their Collision Repair program May 31st at the
school. GRTS Director Jayme Caughron say they have six vehicle the
students worked on through the school year.
Caughron says when the work on the vehicles is complete, they are safe
You are welcome to contact the school to make an appointment to
inspect and even test drive the vehicles prior to the auction on May
31st. Call 646-3414.
Chillicothe End Of Year Music
The end of the year music programs for
the Chillicothe R-II School District will begin next week.
Tuesday, the Fourth Grade music programs will be held at the Gary
Dickenson Performing Arts Center.
Wednesday, The Chillicothe High School Band will perform. That will
also be at the Performing Arts Center.
Both programs begin at 7:00 pm
programs are scheduled for the following week for the 2nd grade music
program, Middle School Band and the Combined Concert Choir.
Chillicothe Police Report Includes
Theft & Arrests
Three reports of theft and three arrests
are in the Chillicothe Police Department report.
Sunday, officers began an investigation of theft reported to have
taken place Saturday in the 1000 block of Graves Street.
Two domestic disturbances were investigated Wednesday. One was in the
300 block of JFK and the other in the 1100 block of Calhoun. Both
incidents were verbal and no arrests were made.
Thursday, Theft was reported in the 1200 block of Bryan Street. The
victim reported being scammed by phone.
Jeremy Jennings and Barbara Terrell were arrested Wednesday at the
Probation Office on South Washington. The arrests were on probation
and parole warrants. Jennings was held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional
Jail, while Terrell was processed and released with a court date.
Theft was reported at a business in the 1000 block of Graves. The
report stated money was allegedly taken by a former employee. Officers
arrested Toni Atwell for alleged theft. She was processed and
Jeneva Chenet was arrested
Wednesday following a traffic stop in the 400 block of North
Washington. She was processed and released with a ticket.
Poppy Days May 4th & 5th
American Legion Post 25 and their
Auxiliary will celebrate Poppy Days May 4th and 5th. Members will be
distributing Poppies at a variety of locations in Livingston County,
collecting donations. Those donations are distributed to Livingston
County Veterans and their families, as well as residents of Veterans
Homes from Livingston County.
Chillicothe Citywide Clean-up -
The second week of Chillicothe's annual
Citywide Clean-Up will begin Wednesday. CMU refuse Director Troy Figg
says the first week went very well with a steady flow of area
residents dropping of items.
The final two
days of the Citywide Clean-up will be Wednesday May 3rd and Saturday
the 6th, rain or shine, from 8:00 am to noon, then from 1:00 to 4:00
pm. The Citywide Clean-up is held at the old dump site on Mitchell
Road. Vehicles may line upon Mitchell Road, but should not block the
road or the rail crossing.
Citywide Clean-up is free, they are charging for tires; $2 for
passenger tires, $5 for truck tires and $10 for tractor tires.
Trenton City Budgets Still
The City of Trenton needs to approve their City
and Municipal Utilities Budgets by the start of the fiscal year on May
1st. City Administrator Ron Urton says the council approved the budget
Monday, but it was vetoed by the mayor and they did not override the
Urton says their next meeting will be early next week, after the new
fiscal year begins.
He says that means until the budget is approved, there are no raises
and no new projects that can start.
Co. Sheriff's Report
The Livingston County Sheriff's
Department made one arrest and reported several investigations.
Monday, deputies completed an investigation of two people who were
disruptive at the courthouse during court day. A report was sent to
the prosecuting attorney.
Last week, a
four wheeler and trailer was reported stolen from a property on LIV
An investigation continues on a
report of an attempt to break into a home in Mooresville. Damage to a
door jam was reported.
disturbance was reported on Wednesday in Utica. The report says there
was no physical violence. The report states alcohol and/or illicit
drug use was believed to be a significant contributing factor.
Deputies began an investigation of identity theft in another state.
The arrest in the report was on Monday. Deputies arrested 43 year old
Amy Dawn Brauer of Chillicothe on a Livingston County warrant for
alleged Receiving Stolen Property. She was held at the Daviess Dekalb
Chillicothe High School Art Show
The Chillicothe R-II school district's
High School Art Show begins Saturday at the Gary Dickenson Performing
Arts Center. CHS Art Teacher Daniel Riekena says this is an
opportunity to see some of the incredible talent possessed by the
students in Chillicothe. The students have been working hard all year
to create a show you will enjoy.
High School student art works will be available for viewing in the PAC Lobby,
Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 to 4:00 pm and Monday from 3:00 to 6:00
Chillicothe High School Senior
The end of the School Year is quickly
approaching, with a lot of activities planned for the Chillicothe
seniors. CHS Principal Brian Sherrow talked about an activity this
That is just the first of many activities. Sherrow will talk about
more activities as we continue towards graduation.
"Event At Locust and Ann" is
The newest event for the Chillicothe Area
Arts Council is this Saturday. "Event at Locust and Ann" is a stand
alone event at a new venue for them, the Cultural Corner Art Guild and
Gallery. Arts Council Director Mary Lou VanDeventer says there will
only be 100 seats available for this event.
VanDeventer says they have some good entertainment planned for the
She says the evening will begin at 6:30 and run to 9:30. Tickets must
be purchased in advance, call the Chillicothe Area Arts Council office
at 646-1173. Vandeventer says The "Event at Locust and Ann" will
include appetizers and there will be a cash bar available.
Bishop Hogan Is "Puttin' On The
Bishop Hogan School is Puttin' On The
Glitz for Catholic Education for their 14th Annual Bishop Hogan Dinner
Auction. Principal Pam Brobst says they are almost ready for this
Brobst says at 6:30 the dinner is provided by Hy-Vee and the deserts
are by Tammi Moore.
She says another great item this year is a Garth Brooks Suite for 16
at the Sprint Center, including food and parking.
Call Bishop Hogan School at 646-0705 for Dinner tickets. Brobst says
there is no charge to take part in the silent or live auctions.
Man Injured And Arrested
A Braymer man was arrested following an
accident on Route DD in Livingston County Wednesday night. Thirty-six
year old Jesse Moore was injured in the accident about 9:45 pm at
Route DD and Route C near Dawn. State Troopers report Moore was
eastbound on Route DD and failed to stop at the stop sign, crossed the
road and hit the ditch. Moore refused treatment of minor injuries.
Troopers arrested Moore for alleged Careless and imprudent driving
resulting in an accident and DWI with drugs.
A Carrollton resident, 74 year old Judy Acton died April 25th in
Carrollton. Services are Friday at 2:00 p.m. at Bittiker Funeral
Home in Carrollton with burial in Carroll Memory Gardens in
Carrollton. Family visitation is Thursday from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at
the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the American Heart
A Chillicothe resident, 86 year old Coleen King died April 25th in
Chillicothe. Services are Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Pleasant Grove
United Methodist Church in Chillicothe with burial in Edgewood
Cemetery in Chillicothe. Friends may call Friday from 12:00 to 8:00
p.m. at Lindley Funeral Home in Chillicothe. Family visitation is
Saturday from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the church. Memorials may be
made to the church or Shriners Children’s Hospital.
Robert (Bob) Adams
A Jamesport resident, 86 year old Robert (Bob) Adams died April 26th
in Cameron. There was a cremation. A memorial service will be Sunday
at 2:00pm at McWilliams Funeral Home in Gallatin. Friends may call
Sunday from 1:00 to 2:00pm at the funeral home. Memorials may be
made to the Missouri Veterans Home, Kitchen Fund or Three Rivers