Board Of Public Works Meets Tuesday

The Board of Public Works of the City of Chillicothe will address a mostly routine agenda at their next meeting on Tuesday at 7:00 am at the Municipal Utility Office.  Agenda items include reports from the Electric Superintendent, Water Superintendent, Wastewater Superintendent, Refuse Superintendent, Finance Director and General Manager.  The board will also vote on approving board minutes and approving […]

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Free Cultural Heritage Workshop Offered In Chillicothe

The Missouri Humanities Council will hold a free Cultural Heritage Workshop in Chillicothe on October 18th, from 9:00am to 4:00pm at the Livingston County Library.  Caitlin Yager is the Director of Heritage Programs with the Missouri Humanities Council and says the program aims for rural communities to arm them with tools and resources to help boost community programming. Yager says […]

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Several Arrests On Chillicothe Police Report

Several un-related arrests are on the latest Chillicothe Police Report from Friday. Officers arrested William Shoop for allegedly driving while suspended. He was processed and released with a citation. Officers arrested Curtis Brice for driving while suspended. He was processed and released with a municipal citation. Officers arrested Michael Short for operating a motor vehicle while his current drivers’ license […]

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9/28/2018 Area Football Game Results

Results for High School Football in the KCHI listening area on September 28th: Midland Empire Conference at Lafayette 56, Chillicothe 6 Maryville 58, at Benton 8 at Savannah 77, Cameron 20 St Pius X 51, at LeBlond 26 Area 11-Man Games Brookfield 54, at Highland 21 Milan 43, at Trenton 22 Penney:Hamilton 42, at Plattsburg 6 Carrollton 22, at Richmond […]

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“Air Irish” too much for Hornets Football

St Joseph Lafayette’s passing attack was too strong for Chillicothe Friday night. The Irish starting quarterback Daeton McGaughy went 15 for 20 for 172 yards and five touchdowns in a 56-6 win over Chillicothe on Lafayette’s Homecoming. McGaughy connected with Derrick May for two touchdowns in the first half, connected with Miles Henderson for two touchdowns in the second quarter. […]

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Preventing Falls For People Over 65

According to the Centers for Disease Control and prevention, Falls are the leading cause of injury and death for people age of 65 and over. Sarah Wood, Extension Nutrition and Health Specialist says there are things you can do to  help prevent falls. Those things include exercising including increasing leg strength and improving balance. Talk with your doctor about an […]

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Toddler Tuesdays at Crowder State Park

Nature related topics for Toddlers and their Parents continues Tuesday, October 2nd from 10:00 to 11:00am at the enclosed shelter at Crowder State Park. Each Toddler Tuesday through October features a different nature topic and will include a story book and age appropriate craft. There is no registration, but for more information about the event call Crowder State Park at 359-6473

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