P&Z To Consider Historic Overlay District
The Downtown Historic Overlay District is the
subject of Tuesday's meeting of Chillicothe's Planning and Zoning
Commission. The meeting is at 6:00 pm at City Hall. Main Street Director
Ben White says since the meeting in October, they have worked with the
downtown businesses who had concerns about the proposed ordinance and have
worked to refine the proposal.
White says the main purpose of the
ordinance remains the same.
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City Administrator Darrin Chappell says it is a good compromise for all
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The Planning and Zoning Commission meeting is Tuesday at 6:00 pm at City
Hall and is open to the public.
Drug Investigations and Arrests
The Livingston County Sheriff's Department
reports numerous arrests, including a few in cooperation with the
Chillicothe Police Department since the fires of the year.
January 2nd, a traffic stop for a traffic violation resulted in the arrest
of 28 year old Travis Lee Donoho for alleged Driving While Revoked, No
Insurance, Expired Plates, Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug
A traffic violation on January
2nd resulted in the arrest of 28 year old Kimberly Ann Lewis of Trenton
for alleged Possession of Methamphetamine, Possession of Drug
Paraphernalia, Driving While Revoked or Suspended and Vehicle Registration
January 5th, a well being check on
a rural road resulted in the arrest of 26 year old Ryan Christian Wheeler
of Chillicothe for alleged Possession of Marijuana and Drug Paraphernalia.
On the 5th, Deputies assisted the Chillicothe Police Department with a
fugitive investigation which led to the arrest of three on a variety of
charges including drug charges.
January 6th, a
well being check resulted in the arrest of 45 year old Shella-Mae Yvonn
Vanosdoll, of Hale for alleged Possession of Controlled Substance.
Mayor Accepting Applications For Two City Boards
Chillicothe Mayor Chuck Haney is still taking
applications for openings on two city boards. Applications are accepted
for the openings on the Board of Adjustments and Airport Board.
Applications are available at City Hall and must be returned to the City
Clerk by January 16th (Tuesday). If you have questions, call 646-1877.
Memory Tree Ornaments Ready For Pick-Up
If you purchased an Ornament for the 2017
Memory Tree at Silvermoon Plaza, those ornaments are available for
pick-up. Pam Jarding from Main Street says there were just over 100
ornaments on the tree this year and they are ready to be picked-up.
If you have questions, call the Main
Street office at 646-4071.
Carrollton Town Council Meets Monday
The Carrollton Town Council consider items
from the police department and appointments from the mayor. The Carrollton
Council Meeting is Monday at 6:00 pm at City Hall.
The agenda begins with presentations from the police department on the
Drug Task Force and about recent Liquor License Violations.
The Mayor also presents information on his appointments for the City Works
Board and the Ward 3 opening.
Reports to the
Council include from the Wastewater Department, the Street Supervisor and
from the Administrative Assistant.
Several Schools Starting Late Friday
Several area schools have a Two Hour Late
Start (unless otherwise noted)
Chillicothe - Grand River Tech - NO morning area schools
Grundy County of Galt
New York R4
Pleasantview - Late start, no early out
Polo - 10:47 start time
Southwest of Ludlow - No Vo-tech bus - NoPre-K
Jamesport - No Vo-tech
Investigate Two Accident In Local Counties
State Troopers investigated two injury
At about 9:00 pm in
Sullivan county, 22 year old April Wipple of Princeton was injured when
she was southbound on Route E, west of Milan and lost control on the ice
covered roadway. She went off the road and the pick-up she was driving
overturned. Wipple was taken to Sullivan County Hospital and later flown
to University Hospital in Columbia for treatment of moderate injuries. She
was wearing a safety belt.
At about 8:50 pm in
Linn County, 36 year old Ronell Clark of Brookfield was westbound on US 36
near Laclede and went off the left side of the road and struck a sign. He
returned to the road and went off the right side and into the woods. He
was taken to Pershing Memorial Hospital in Brookfield for treatment of
minor injuries. He was arrested by Troopers for alleged DWI, careless and
imprudent driving and resisting arrest and released for treatment of his
Chillicothe Police Report For Wednesday
The Chillicothe Police report includes one
arrest and an investigation.
officers stopped Keith Morgan Rulo at Graves and Green Street. Rulo was
arrested for alleged Driving While Revoked or Suspended. He was cited and
Wednesday at 11:10 am, officers
began an investigation of fraudulent use of a credit card. The individual
stated the credit card was used at multiple locations online. The
Report For Early January
The Livingston County Sheriff's Department
investigated several reports and made several arrests.
January 3rd, deputies responded to a location on LIV 520 for a report of
Domestic Assault. The call resulted in the arrest of 45 year old Stephanie
Marie Brownsberger for alleged domestic assault and resisting arrest.
January 4th, deputies began an investigation of alleged child sex offense
where both the offender and victim are juveniles.
January 5th, Trash dumping was investigated on LIV 424 near Ludlow.
Also on the 5th, Deputies began an investigation of alleged domestic
assault that happened December 30th in Wheeling. The investigation
resulted in the arrest of 22 year old Colten Nathaniel Berry for alleged
Other arrests include:
January 9th, 57 year old Brenda Lea Burnett, of Breckenridge on a
Livingston County warrant for alleged Probation Violation.
January 10 , 36 year old Mathew Jeffery Pike of Chillicothe on a
Livingston County arrest warrant for alleged DWI.
Call To Hedrick Medical Center
Chillicothe Fire Fighters responded to
Hedrick Medical Center Thursday at about 1:10 pm on an automated alarm.
Fire Fighters arrived in about 2 minutes ands advised the alarm was in the
air handler unit. No problem was found. The alarm was reset, but it
sounded again. Further investigation found no problems and the alarm was
reset a second time.
The fire chief remains
on scene to further investigated with the building maintenance staff.
The fire crew was back in service after about an hour.
Conditions Continue To Change
Cold air continues to move into the KCHI
listening area this evening. Snow could be a factor into the overnight
hours, but should end by around midnight. National Weather Service
Meteorologist Jonathan Welsh says temperatures dropped from near 50 this
morning to the mid 20's by noon and single digit temperatures are
expected. Welsh says they hope to see overall conditions improve by
Temperatures will remain below the
freezing mark into next week.
Chillicothe Has Make-Up Day on Monday
The Chillicothe R-II School District has its
first Snow Day and Superintendent Dr Roger Barnes says the will make that
up next week.
<Audio: Dr Barnes
Barnes says the Chillicothe R-II
School District will be in session Monday!
FFA Greanhand Conference In Trenton
Four hundred fifty high school freshmen,
representing the FFA programs at 26 high schools attended the annual
Greenhand Motivational Conference at North Central Missouri College. The
students met state FFA officers and learned more about the field of
agriculture and opportunities available through FFA. The event was
co-sponsored by North Central Missouri College and MFA Incorporated.
Remembering Vietnam POW's and MIA's
Members of the US Military who did not make
it home from the Vietnam War were remembered recently in Springfield,
including one from Chillicothe. Chillicothe's City Administrator, Darrin
Chappell is the Vice President of the Veterans in Defense Of Liberty says
the roll of the POW's and MIA was read at the event.
Chappell says efforts continue to
bring home all POW's and those Missing in Action.
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Chappell says his organization and others are continually lobbying
congress to bring all veterans home.
Two Fire Calls After Power Outage
Chillicothe Fire Fighters were called to two
locations after electric power went out Wednesday. The calls came in about
12:25 pm to a business at 619 Elm Street and to the Livingston County
Upon arrival occupants stated
that they had lost power and started to smell something hot. Thermal
imaging cameras were used to search for hot spots. The fire crews found no
fires were found and advised both locations to contact an electrician.
Police Report For Tuesday
Chillicothe Police report several incidents
For Tuesday, including several arrests.
Tuesday morning, a traffic stop at Ann Street and Elm Street resulted in a
citation for speeding in a school zone.
Tuesday morning, a traffic stop at Washington and Calhoun Street resulted
in a citation for driving without insurance. Additional citations are
Tuesday morning, Officers received
information that items that had been reported stolen in Chillicothe were
located in another jurisdiction. The investigation is on going.
Late Tuesday morning, Officers received a report from the Children's
Division in reference to possible sexual assault. All parties have been
contacted and the investigation is on going.
Tuesday evening, Officers responded to the 900 block of Elm Street in
reference to a suicidal individual. Officers were able to talk the
individual into voluntarily going to Hedrick Medical Center to be
Tuesday evening, Officers
responded to the 8000 block of Comanche on a report of a suicidal
individual. The person was taken to Hedrick Medical Center voluntarily for
Tuesday evening, Officers
received a report of stealing in the 1000 block of Graves Street. As a
result, Officers arrested Cara Boydston and Sharon Collins for alleged
Tuesday evening, Officers
responded to the 300 block of Mansur in reference to a report of drug use.
As a result, Officers arrested Michael Braden for alleged tampering with
physical evidence and endangering the welfare of a child, Cara Boydston
for alleged endangering the welfare of a child and Sharon Collins for
alleged unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. Officers contacted the
Missouri child abuse hotline and temporarily placed the infant child of
the home with another family member.
Livingston County Most Wanted
The Livingston County Sheriff's Department
added a new name to their Most Wanted list. Sheriff Steve Cox says they
are asking for assistance in locating 34 year old Charles Brandon Collins.
Collins is wanted on a Livingston county warrant for alleged Probation
Violation on a conviction for possession of a controlled substance. The
warrant has on bond allowed.
described as a white man, 5 foot 8 inches tall, 140 pounds, with brown
hair and brown eyes.
If you have any
information about Collins whereabouts, call the Livingston County
Sheriff's Department at 646-0515 or the dispatch office at 646-2121.
Troopers Arrest Cowgill Teen
A Cowgill teen was arrested by State Troopers
Wednesday evening in Caldwell County. Seventeen year old Brain Youtsey of
Cowgill was arrested about 5:30 pm for alleged possession of marijuana and
no front license plate on a vehicle. Youtsey was held at the Caldwell
County Detention Center.
Several Area Schools Closed
Due To Weather
Several Area Schools are CLOSED today. This
ist will continue to change as the morning continues.
Listen to KCHI
for the latest on school closings and check the KCHI Facebook Page.
Chillicothe - Grand River
Chillicothe - UMC Pre-School
Grundy County of Galt
Southwest of Ludlow
North Central Missouri college
Tri-County of Jamesport
Grand River Multi-Purpose Center is CLOSED today and no delivered meals --
The Concerned Citizens Board meeting is rescheduled to Wednesday 1/17 at
Missoula Children's Theater Rehearsal for Thursday @ 4:00 pm
Squirrel Causes Outage In Chillicothe
KCHI and a good portion of southern
Chillicothe, including the downtown area, was without power for about 20
minutes in the noon hour (Wednesday). CMU Electric Superintendent Matt
Hopper says a squirrel got into the substation at 3rd and Mitchel. Power
is re-routed and repairs are underway.
With high temperatures today in or near the
50's, Thursday's weather will be a return to winter. National Weather
Service Meteorologist Scott Blair says Thursday morning will start out
Blair says travel conditions
Thursday will change as the day continues.
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The colder temperatures are expected to continue into the weekend.
"Gullivers Travels" Presented Saturday
The Missoula Children's Theater presents
"Gulliver's Travels" Saturday in two performances. Chillicothe Area Arts
Council Director Mary Lou Vandeventer says about 60 area children, in
Kindergarten to 12th grade, are rehearsing this week for the two
The performances are also part of
the Chillicothe Area Arts Council season ticket package, so arts council
members are admitted with that season pass.
Choir Practive Begins Tuesday
The Chillicothe Community Choir begins
practices begin Tuesday for a concert on February 25th. Anyone High School
age and older is invited to be part of the Chillicothe Community Choir.
There are no auditions, and everyone is welcome. Practices are held in the
sanctuary of the United Methodist Church each Tuesday evening from 7:00 to
The choir is under the direction of
Dave Goodwin, retired Chillicothe instrumental music instructor, with
accompaniment by Carolyn Johnson. The choir will perform February 25at
3:00, as part of the Chillicothe Area Arts Council's 2017 - 2018 season
For additional information
contact Marylou VanDeventer at the arts office, 646-1173.
Trenton Replaces Sweep Totaled In Accident
The Trenton Street Department has a new
Street Sweeper, replacing one totaled in an accident. City Administrator
Ron Urton says the council approved the replacement Monday.
The cost of the new sweeper is
$218,000. Financing includes insurance along with reserve funds and a
lease purchase program.
Approves Purchase Of Directional Boring Machine
Chillicothe Municipal Utilities is upgrading
their equipment used to put power lines underground at a cost of $211,520.
Electric Superintendent Matt Hopper addressed the Chillicothe City Council
Monday for approval of a new directional boring machine. Hopper says they
are replacing an obsolete piece of equipment.
Some of the advantages of putting
the power lines underground are eliminating the need for tree trimming
around the power lines and it keeps the squirrels out of the powerlines,
reducing outages. Hopper says another advantage to the new equipment is
technology that improves locating services and mapping of the utilities.
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The council approved the same machine recommended by the board of public
Hopper says they did not trade in the
current directional boring machine and says they will seek a private
Report Of Electrical Fire Summons Fire Fighters
Chillicothe Firefighters responded to a
possible electrical fire in the 1100 block of Hillside Drive Tuesday
night. The call came in at 9:40 and the fire department arrived in four
minutes to find an electric floor heater had over heated and the
thermostat on the wall was hot. The owner stated sparks had come from the
thermostat prior the call to the fire department. A thermal imaging camera
was used to look for any heat in the floor/ceiling areas.
The owner stated they had not used the radiant floor heating since owning
the home. Power to the radiant heat was turned off and the owner were
advised to contact an electrician.
fire was found, and the fire crew returned to service after about 40
Theft And Burglary Investigated In Gallatin
The Gallatin Police Department is
investigating a couple of recent burglaries. January 4th, someone broke
into the city's new water plant and stole a couple of space heaters, a
propane tank and a 30 gallon water heater. The following day, officers
took reports of three businesses broken into and they were apparently
looking for petty cash.
Troopers Arrest Marceline Man
A Marceline man was arrested Tuesday in Linn
county. State Troopers arrested 29 year old Dalton Hicks for alleged
Driving While Revoked. He was taken to the Brookfield Police Department,
processed and released.
Targets Area Elderly
Chillicothe Police warn of a scam targeting
area residents, specifically the elderly. Detective Michael Smith says
they received a call from a resident who received a call claiming to be
from law enforcement in another country.
<Audio: Det Smith
Smith says the local resident did
not fall for the scam and did not send money to the crooks that are
preying on emotions. He says if you think a call like this may have the
remote possibility it is true, call the family member to check on their
<Audio: Det Smith 2>
If you are concerned about possible scams, call your local police
Trenton Fire Department To Have New Aerial
The Trenton Fire Department will have a new
Aerial Fire Truck. The Trenton City Council approved the purchase of the
truck City Administrator Ron Urton says will be smaller than the current
Urton says the cost is about
$647,000. He says that truck is financed, with payments through the sales
They hope to have the new truck in
about 6 months
Trenton Council Approved Water Tower
Painting two water towers in Trenton costs
about $657,000. City Administrator Ron Urton says the bid was awarded to
Ozark Applicators. He says one of the towers is currently painted with
lead based paint. Both towers will have the current paint removed and any
repairs done before they are repainted.
The painting of the towers should
last about 20-30 years and Urton says it had been longer than that on both
Jamesport Woman Faces Drug Charges
A Jamesport woman is charged with alleged
possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine,) possession of drug
paraphernalia and endangering the welfare of a child. Eighteen year old
Breanna Clevenger was arrested last week by the Trenton Police Department.
Bond was set at $25,000.
Chillicothe Police Report
The Chillicothe Police Department report
includes numerous incidents investigated Monday.
At about 8:30 am, Officers assisted Chillicothe Emergency services with a
medical call in the 300 block of Park Lane.
At about 11:35 am Officers took a report of a stolen vehicle. The theft
was found to have happened in another jurisdiction and the reporting party
was referred to that agency to make the report.
Monday afternoon, Officers took a report of possible harassment. The
incident was not criminal and the officers referred the person to the
Livingston County Victim Advocate.
afternoon, Officers responded to the 400 block of Clay Street in reference
to a possible fraud report. After further investigation and making contact
with the bank, the incident was found to not be criminal in nature.
Monday afternoon, a report was taken for interference with the custody of
A domestic disturbance reported
at about 3:35 pm in the 200 block of E. Bridge Street. The investigation
Prescription medicine was
reported stolen in the 200 block of Webster Street. The investigation is
No Trash Service On MLK Day
The Chillicothe Trash pick-up for Monday,
January 15th, will take place Tuesday the 16th as CMU is off for Martin
Luther King Day. CMU Refuse Director Troy Figg says Chillicothe residents
with a Monday Trash Route are asked to hold their trash until Tuesday. The
Tuesday route is picked up on the regular schedule.
Four New CDW Cases In Linn County
New cases of Chronic Wasting Disease are
found in the 2017 deer harvest for Linn County. The Missouri Department of
Conservation reports 15 free-ranging Missouri deer have tested positive
for chronic wasting disease out of the nearly 18,400 test results received
for the season. Of the 15 new cases, 4 were from Linn County and were
hunter-harvested adult bucks,
ConAgra Announces Closing Date
ConAgra Foods set the date to cease
production at the Trenton plant for May 31st. Monday, ConAgra notified the
City of Trenton and the Missouri Department of Economic Development they
plan to close the plan in Trenton on or near May 31st. The shutdown will
begin with separation notices around March 9th, affecting the more than
250 production employees and 30 plus management.
Trenton's Economic Development Consultant, Phil Tate says the city and
others are working to keep the plant open under other ownership.
The work on that agreement
Council Approves Surplus Weapons And
Thirty rifles, shotguns and automatic weapons
owned by the Chillicothe Police Department are declared surplus items. The
Chillicothe City Council approved the action at Monday's meeting. Police
Chief Jon Maples says some of the weapons are 30 or more years old and
were recently replaced with new weapons.
There are five automatic weapons,
including three Bushmaster XM-15's, an UZI and a Styer-MP81. Maples says
those will be handled separated from the other guns.
The Council says the rifles and shotguns declared surplus may be sold at
auction or by closed bid.
Police Vehicles On And Off
The Chillicothe Police Chief addressed the council
about two vehicles at Monday's meeting. Chief Maples says their 2003
Trailblazer needs to be declared surplus.
Maples also asked to take a surplus
vehicle off the surplus list.
The council approved both actions.
Police & Sheriff
Cooperate On Drug Arrest
The Chillicothe Police and Livingston County
Sheriff's Department arrested three and seized drugs and paraphernalia
At about 7:30 pm, the Officers
responded to the 400 block of St. Louis Avenue to arrest a man on an
Livingston county arrest warrant. They arrested 30 year Brandon Scott
Simpson on the warrant and alleged drug charges. As a result of this
investigation, they also seized methamphetamine, methamphetamine
paraphernalia and removed and infant child from the home.
Also arrested at the scene were 23 year old Felicia Pauline Martin and 27
year old Renee Justine Korona. They are all three held at the Daviess
Dekalb Regional Jail.
Chillicothe Police Chief
Jon Maples says during this investigation, two other theft cases were
CMS Peoples To Speak At Audubon Meeting
A Chillicothe Middle School Science Teacher
is the guest speaker for the Grand River Audubon Society as they meet
Wednesday. The meeting is at 6:30 pm at the Litton Agri-Science Center.
Social time at 6:30 followed at 7:00 by the program presented by Ms Amy
Peoples. Her program is on her work with the Smithsonian on Showing how
"Bird Migration changed due to Climate Change."
Peoples was awarded a scholarship to work with the Smithsonian this
summer. The public is always welcome to come enjoy the program.
Daviess Co PWSD #2 Water Line Break
A watermain break leaves a portion of Daviess
County Public Water Supply District #2 without water until the leak is
repaired later this afternoon. The water line break is at Harbor Avenue
and Highway 13. The affected customers are south of that location,
including the community of Jameson. Also affected are residents along
Highway 6, east of Highway 13 to Route K.
should be complete Monday by 5:00 pm, but may take longer. A boil advisory
is in place through Thursday.
Area Water Districts Earn
Three local water districts earned the Water
Fluoridation Quality Award from the US Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention (CDC). The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
announced 19 Missouri public water systems received the award for the
adjustment of fluoride in drinking water to a level that is effective for
preventing tooth decay. The award recognizes communities that achieved
excellence in community water fluoridation by maintaining a consistent
level of fluoride in drinking water throughout 2016. The local water
Chillicothe Public Water
Supply District #3
Brookfield Public Water
Supply District #3
Water Supply District #3
Livingston County Saturation
A DWI Saturation in Livingston County
resulted in two DWI arrests. The Missouri Highway Patrol conducted the DWI
Saturation December 30th to early on the 31st.
During this enforcement operation, four officers patrolled Livingston
County with a goal of detecting impaired drivers and other traffic
violations that contribute to traffic crashes. Those officers made two
arrests for driving while intoxicated, issued 14 traffic tickets ons
issued, and 30 warnings given.
Library Offers Book
When your favorite book begins to fall apart
of maybe you accidently damaged it, there is no need to throw it out. The
Livingston County Library is offering a "Book Repair Basics" program
January 22nd. Monica Holmer from the Library says this is open to
Holmer says you can bring your own
books that need repair, or you can practice on some of the books the
library has that need repair. The program is Monday January 22nd At 6:00
pm in the second floor courtroom.
information, call Monica at 646-0547.
On City Council Agenda
The Chillicothe City Council considers
surplus weapons, and the purchase of equipment as they meet this evening.
The meeting begins at 6:30 pm at City Hall.
After the council approves the financial items, they there are three
Mayor Chuck Haney
presents his recommendation to re-appoint Rolfe McCoy to the Board of
CMU Director Jim Gillilan leads a discussion and will
present an ordinance for the purchase a directional boring machine for the
CMU Electric Department.
Police Chief Jon
Maples presents a request for the declaration of 30 weapons and a vehicle
as surplus. The weapons include:
6 Colt AR-15 semi-automatic
rifles - 5 with lights
A Bushmaster XM-15
7 Palmetto TA-15 Rifles
2 Smith and Wesson M&P-15 with optics
5 Remington 12 gauge shotguns
A Mossberg 12 gauge shotgun
2 Smith and Wesson 12 gauge shotguns
There are also five fully automatic weapons
Public Hearing Tonight
The Livingston County Planning and Zoning
Commission has a public hearing Monday to consider their recommendation
for a conditional use permit for a business in Blue Mound Township. The
public hearing is Monday at 6:00 pm in the second floor courtroom of the
courthouse and is to consider the Conditional Use Permit for a repair shop
for agricultural and industrial equipment on agriculture zoned land
located 6 miles south of Chillicothe on US 65.
The Planning and Zoning Commission will send their recommendation to the
County Commission who holds a second public hearing Tuesday at 11:00 am as
part of the County Commission Meeting.
Troopers Investigae Three Local Accidents
Three accidents are reported by state
troopers in the local area over the weekend.
Saturday at about 5:00 am, Troopers in Linn County responded to a single
vehicle accident on Route JJ, near Marceline. The report states 26 year
old Benjamin Lile of Marceline was eastbound and swerved to miss a deer
and ran off the road. His vehicle went airborne and struck a culvert, an
embankment and a tree. He sought his own treatment.
Sunday in Livingston County, at about 5:30 pm, 62 year old Gary Lockhart
of Warrensburg was southbound on US 65 and his vehicle slid on the wet
roadway, when into the ditch and overturned. No injury information is
Sunday at about 3:00 pm, on US 36,
near Wheeling, 21 year old Samuel Jacobson of Lenexa, Kansas had minor
injuries in a single vehicle accident. The report states Jacobson was
eastbound on US 36 and ran off the road, hitting the ditch. He was taken
to Pershing Memorial Hospital for treatment.
Misconduct In Chillicothe Police Report
Sexual Misconduct involving a juvenile is in
the Chillicothe Police Department report.
Friday, Chillicothe Police officers received a report of alleged sexual
misconduct involving a juvenile victim at two locations and on different
dates, in Chillicothe. The report was sent by an investigator in Putnam
County Children's Division. The investigation continues.
Friday afternoon, Theft was investigated in the 100 block of Trenton.
Suspects are identified, and the investigation continues.
Friday evening, officers arrested Brandon Scott Simpson of an Livingston
County warrant for alleged drug possession. They also arrested Felicia
Pauline Martin and Renee Justine Korona for alleged drug possession. They
were all held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.
Late Saturday morning, Officers responded to a reported assault involving
a weapon in the 1000 block of Graves Street. Suspects have been identified
and charges are pending.
Officers took a report of stealing in the 500 block of Samuel St. The
Officers took a report of forgery in the 1100 block of Clay Street. The
investigation is on-going.
Domestic Assault was reported in the 1500 block of Springhill Street. That
Two Local Winners In AL
The American Legion District Oratorical
Contest was Saturday and two area students are winners.
Madison Brown, a senior at Norborne High School in Carroll County is the
District 2 Winner of the 84th annual American Legion High School
Oratorical Scholarship Program, Saturday at Brookfield. Brown advances to
Zone One Competition in Hannibal on January 21st.
Meredith Oesch, a junior at Southwest Livingston County High School, is
the runner-up. Oesch serves as District Two alternate at the Zone contest.
Larry Warren from the Chillicothe American Legion says both girls
delivered prepared talks lasting no less than five minutes and no longer
than six minutes on an aspect of the US Constitution of their choosing.
Then they each delivered an additional extemporaneous address on the
Voting Rights 15th Amendment, a subject randomly drawn just five minutes
Trenton City Council Considers
Trenton City Council considers purchasing two
pieces of equipment when they meet Monday. The Council meets at 7:00 pm at
Trenton City Hall. New business includes consideration for approval for a
bid to paint the water tower. The council also considers the Purchasing of
a street sweeper and fire truck. They will also consider the financing of
both pieces of equipment.
School Closings and Late
Late Starts and Closings for area schools on Monday
January 8th due to weather and road conditions
Late Starts: 2 hours late unless
Gallatin & no pre-school
Co of Galt & no vo-tec
Linn Co of Purdin
Polo Start at 10:47
Southwest of Ludlow
Tri-County of Jamesport