• Hornets Offense Beats Cameron

    Chillicothe scored on the opening drive of the game on a Jaden Winder to Brad Hayen 30 yard pass. Cameron put together a 13 plays, 94 yard scoring drive but […]

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  • High School Football 9/20/19 Results

    Sept 20 2019 High School Football Results Midland Empire Conference Chillicothe 42, at Cameron 25 at Maryville 62, St Pius X 6 Savannah 40, at Lafayette 21 at Adrian 43, […]

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  • Fatal Crash near Meadville

    A 61 year old male from Avon, Illinois was killed in a one vehicle accident in Linn County Friday night at 11:15pm. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says 61 year […]

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  • Galt Teen Injured in Car Accident

    An 18 year old Galt Woman was injured in a one vehicle accident Friday Morning. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a car driven by 18 year old Danielle […]

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  • Steam Plant Demolition Project On Hold

    The demolition of the old Chillicothe Municipal Utilities Steam Plant is on hold.  CMU General Manager Jim Gillilan says the contractor, Red Rock, had pulled out to complete another job, […]

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  • Lady Hornets Tennis Keeps Winning

    The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Tennis team improved to 6-1 overall with an 8-1 win at St Joseph Benton. In singles matches Hunter Keithley won 8-5, Macy Cavanah won 8-3, Hannah […]

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  • CHS Softball falls to Savannah

    The Chillicothe Girls Softball team fell at home to Savannah 4 to 1. Chillicothe struggled connecting the bat with the ball, chalking up 18 strike outs at the plate. The […]

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CHS Track Teams 3rd at Irish Relays

The Chillicothe Boys and Girls track teams both finished third in the ten-teams Lafayette Irish relays. The Boys scored 94 points. KC Bishop Hogan was first with 121 points and Maryville second with 11 points. Individual finishes for Chillicothe were: Rudy Yutzy 1st in Pole Vault Aidan Zimmerman 2nd in Pole Vault Damarcus Kelow 2nd in discus Luke Hopper 3rd […]

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Senator Blunt Accepting Applications To The US Service Academies

Senator Roy Blunt is accepting applications from those interested in attending the Military service academies. Nominations to the U.S. Air Force Academy, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, U.S. Military Academy, and U.S. Naval Academy are available for qualified applicants. “Service academies play a crucial role in preparing the next generation of young men and women with the skills they need to […]

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Pesticide Collection Event Coming To Carrollton

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is collecting unwanted or unused pesticides from farmers and households in the local area in late June.  The Missouri Pesticide Collection Event will be in Carrollton, is June 29th at the Carrollton City Hall at 206 W. Washington Ave.  At this event, you can drop off:  Unwanted pesticides, Rodenticides, Dewormers, Fly tags, Fertilizers containing […]

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“A” For Achievement Scholarships Awarded

KCHI and Investor’s Community Bank presented the “A” for Achievement scholarships of $200 each.  Sports Director Randy Dean and Noel Gott from Investor’s Community Bank made the presentation to the top 10 students in the class based solely on grade point average.  Randy Dean read the list of recipients, in alphabetical order.   Libby Adkins                                Matthew Anthony Sydney Baxter                             Addilynn […]

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Six New Scholarships Ad $86,000 To Senior Awards Total

Eighty-six-thousand-dollars in new scholarships were presented this year as part of the Chillicothe High School Senior Awards Ceremony Friday afternoon.  The list of new scholarships this year includes: The GDL (Groovy Dan Leatherman) Scholarship from Patti Leatherman and Family, with $1,000 awarded. The Warren G Culling Scholarship with $9,000 awarded. The Michael Fair Instrumental Music Scholarship, with $1,000 awarded. The […]

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Chillicothe High School Awards Top $1.3 Million

The Chillicothe High School seniors gathered Friday afternoon for the presentation of $1.3 million dollars in awards and scholarships.  The annual Senior Awards Ceremony is an opportunity for the community to show these students their appreciation for the hard work they put into their education.  The total awards presented to the students this year from the LOCAL community is $235,000 […]

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Flooding & Flooded Roads

Flood Warnings continue this morning for the Grand River at Sumner and Brunswick and for Wakenda Creek in Carrollton. For the Grand River, At Sumner, flood stage is 26 feet and moderate flooding continues with the river at 30.27 feet this morning.  Flooding is expected to continue at Sumner until Saturday morning. At Brunswick, flood stage is 19 feet and […]

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