Hibner goes 4 for 4, Chillicothe Wins 10-1

Chillicothe Freshman Mika Hibner went 4 for 4 with two doubles to help the Lady Hornets Softball Team win 10-1 Tuesday at Cameron 10-1. Hibner scored once and had three RBI’s in the game. Abby Jones had two hits and scored four times. Lexi Walker had three hits and four RBI’s. Sophia Luetticke, Jordan Hibner, Kennedy Corzette and Kiley Kirkpatrick […]

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CMS Football Splits with Maryville

The Chillicothe 8th Grade football team won but the 7th Grade Hornets lost in a home doubleheader against Maryville on Tuesday. In the 7th grade game, Hornets QB Alex Gamblain scored on a 14-yard run with Hagan Atchison earning the two point conversion in the first quarter. Maryville then scored twice but Chillicothe tied it with Gamblain’s second touchdown later […]

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Middle School Cross Country at Cameron

The Chillicothe Middle School Cross Country teams had their first taste of a large meet on Tuesday. The Boys finished fifth out of five complete teams and two incomplete teams at Cameron. Logan Gregory was 19th, Joshua Adams 23rd, Gabe Hansen 28th, Gunner Harrison 29th and Steven Skaggs 32nd. The Middle School girls finished third out of six full teams […]

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Livingston County W.I.C. Program Receives Award

Livingston County Health Center’s Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Program is the recipient of a “Loving Support Award of Excellence” from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).  They are one of four agencies in Missouri to receive the award. Anita Perry, an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant at the Livingston County Health Center says the award is to recognize local […]

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Deputies Assigned Parade Duties

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department has been asked to participate in recent and upcoming parades for community functions.  Sheriff Steve Cox says three Deputies were asked to handle these duties. For the Wheeling Labor Day Parade, Deputy Nicholas Leadbetter handled the responsibilities. This week: Chief Deputy Michael Claypole to lead the Chillicothe Homecoming Parade Friday afternoon. Saturday, Deputy Dustin Woelfle […]

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Council Approves Additional Administrator Responsibilities

The Chillicothe City Administrator, by ordinance, officially has the authority to place city employees on administrative leave, with or without pay, for violations of city policy.  The ordinance to amend the city code was presented by Councilman At Large Tom Ashbrook.  The section added reads as follows. The language had previously been part of the employee handbook, but in an […]

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Chillicothe Police Report

The Chillicothe Police Department had a busy Monday with 139 calls for service.  Some of the highlights include: At approximately 5:30 am, Officers responded to a report of a suspicious person in the 700 block of Clay St.  They found a person sleeping in a building without permission. At approximately 7:30 am, Officers responded to goats out of a fenced […]

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