Arrests & Investigations In Chillicothe Police Report

The Chillicothe Police Report includes several investigations and a few arrests. 10:45 am, Officers investigated a report of stolen outgoing mail taken from residential boxes.  Items that were taken have been found opened, and at different locations.  The investigation continues. 10:45 am, Officers responded to a report of a person selling drugs from a vehicle that was last seen on […]

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Several Honored At Extension Annual Meeting

The Livingston County Extensions honored a couple individuals and three families during their annual meeting.  Shawn Murphy from the Extension Office says they had two people receive the Leaders Honor Roll awards. Murphy says two families were honored in the Century Farm Program. Farm Histories for the Telaneus and Benskin Farms They also honored the Livingston County State Farm Family […]

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MDC Offering Ice Fishing At Litton Pond

The Missouri Department of Conservation will host an Ice Fishing Clinic, Tuesday at the Litton Center Pond, on 190, northwest of Chillicothe.  The clinic is Tuesday from 3:00 to 7:00 pm.  Staff from MDC will work one-on-one with you to help you become a safe and successful ice fisherman. The pond is loaded with bass, bluegill, and channel catfish and […]

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First Impact Offered In Linn County

The Missouri Department of Transportation is sponsoring a program for parents of teens who will soon be behind the wheel.  First Impact is a program to give parents some tools to make that road a bit easier. April 8th, from 6:00 7:30 pm at the Linn County Health Department, MoDOT will have the free program that will feature Sargent Eric […]

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Chillicothe Man Charged With Promoting A Child Sexual Performance Makes Bond

A Chillicothe man charged with alleged promoting a sexual performance by a child, assault and domestic assault was released on $75,000 bond following his arraignment this week.  The Chillicothe Police arrested 42 year old Dale Marvin Barker of Chillicothe, when a warrant was issued after multiple victims were interviewed by authorities at the Children’s Advocacy Center. According the court documents, […]

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Still A Lot To Do In The State Capitol

The 2019 Missouri legislative session is just past the midway point and State Representative Rusty Black says there is still a lot of work to be done. Black is the Chair of the Education appropriations and that includes student transportation.  He says they are requesting an increase. Sliced Bread Day legislation is also moving forward. Black says they will try […]

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