Chillicothe City Council Meets Tuesday

The Chillicothe City Council will meet TUESDAY night, due to the Memorial Day Holiday. The meeting will be at 6:30 pm and will be held via teleconference. The agenda begins with finances. That will include the approval of a bid for the repairs to the Police Department Foundation. Under appearance: There will be a discussion and ordinance fo the intergovernmental […]

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Dr Amy Patel Career Advancement

The 2019 guest speaker at the Chillicothe High School Academic Banquet and a 2004 graduate of Chillicothe High School now holds an elected office with the American College of Radiology, or A-C-R. Dr. Amy Patel is now Chair of the Young and Early Career Profession Section of the A-C-R, which includes over 6 thousand young radiologists in the United States. […]

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Area Road Work for 5/26-30

The Missouri Department of Transportation will stop all roadwork for the Memorial Day Holiday, but work resumes on the roadway projects on Tuesday. The projects, in the local counties, include: Caldwell County US 36 – Resurfacing project in the westbound lanes from the Livingston County line to Route 13 through early July. Route 13 – Bridge rehabilitation project over US […]

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Livingston County Library Re-Opens Tuesday

The Livingston County Library will re-open to the public following the Memorial Day Holiday.  Director Candy Warren says they will have normal hours but there will be a few changes. She says the Computer Lab will remain closed, but the stand-up kiosks will be available. Patrons looking to check out books from other libraries will find some are arriving. Warren […]

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Missouri Highway Patrol Working Holiday Enforcement

The Missouri Highway Patrol will be out in force for the Memorial Day weekend.  The special enforcement, Operation C.A.R.E, runs today through Monday evening.  C.A.R.E stands for Crash Awareness & Reduction Effort.  During Operation C.A.R.E Troopers will be watching for all traffic violations and will be especially vigilant regarding distracted driving, impaired driving, aggressive driving, excessive speed, and seat belt […]

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Livingston County Sheriff’s Report

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department provided updates on several cases where they have been involved. The man that was arrested in Clay County following a vehicle theft in Chillicothe on Monday and running from officers remains in custody with Clay County.  Sheriff Steve Cox says 26-year-old Nicholas Paul Hagler of Independence is on the Livingston County Most Wanted list for […]

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Disposing Of Non-Typical Trash

With the COVID-19/Coronavirus and social distancing, some people are not sure how to dispose of the items that are not part of their normal trash.  Chillicothe Municipal Utilities Director Troy Figg says you should call his office to discuss the options available. The number to call is 646-1683 and they will determine how best to handle your situation. CMU also […]

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Two COVID-19 Cases Found In Grundy County

Two Grundy County residents have tested positive for COVID-19.  The Grundy County Health Department made the announcement Thursday evening.  The notice states the two cases are in separate households and they are isolating at home. The Grundy County Health Department is working to identify and communicate with the close contacts of those individuals. The Health Department urges the public to […]

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County Commission Will Handle Bridge and Low Water Crossing

The Livingston County Commissioners will consider awarding a bridge project and have discussions about a low water crossing when they meet next week.  The Commission meetings are Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am in the Commission Room of the Courthouse. Tuesday at 10:00 am, the commissioners meet with residents of Fairview Township about a low water crossing on LIV-520 Thursday, […]

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