• Ad Zone Wins Boys 13-under SPA Title

    In S.P.A. Boys 13 and under games Shoop Custom Solutions and the Elks played to a 5-5 tie For Shoop Custom Solutions Bryson Shoop and Lyam Myers were pitching. Shoop […]

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  • Jefferson City Blanks Mudcats Baseball

    (Story by Patrick Wheeler) The Chillicothe Mudcats lost to the Jefferson City Renegades 5-0 on Tuesday. The Mudcats suffered their first shutout of the season last night. Dom Trevino led […]

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  • Tree Problem with Field School Repairs

    Repairs to Chillicothe’s Field school will begin soon following the bid approval by the Chillicothe School Board. Case Contracting’s bid was approved by School Board Members, despite the bid being […]

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  • I-29 Now Open North of St Joseph

    Good News for travelers with destinations to the Northwest corner of Missouri, Southwest Iowa and Southeast Nebraska. The Missouri Department of Transportation has opened I-29 north of St Joseph for […]

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  • Trenton Works On Medical Marijuana

    Area towns are scrambling to approve ordinances to bring them to compliance with the new State Constitutional Medical Marijuana Amendment. Trenton City Administrator Ron Urton says it takes several ordinances. […]

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  • School Board Approves Demo Bids

    The Chillicothe School Board approved a local bid to demolish three buildings. The three residential structures are located on Bryan Street. The property will be cleared and in the future […]

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  • LCSD K-9 Unit Kept Busy

    The K-9 unit of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department has been busy recently with a number of investigations. The K-9 Unit with Zaki assisted the Carroll County Sheriff Deputy on […]

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Colored Pencil Artist Display To Close

Cultural Corner Art Guild and Gallery in Chillicothe will hold a closing reception for colored pencil artist Wanda Taylor Thursday, September 27th, the final day the work will be displayed at Cultural Corner. The display opened September 4th. The closing reception is open to the public and free of admission on Thursday from 5:00 to 7:00pm. Taylor will be in […]

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Absentee Voting Now Open

Absentee voting for the November election is now open to registered voters. If you will not be able to make it to the November 6th election polls, absentee voting is available through November 5th. Absentee voting may be completed at the Livingston County Courthouse during regular hours including the noon hour. If you are unable to visit the courthouse, you […]

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Nagel Settling In As Principal

Chillicothe High School’s new Principal Mr Nagel is settling in his new role, while continuing to serve at the High School Athletic Director, holding two positions normally held by  separate people in most High Schools. Nagel says so far it’s been an adventure in time management. He says overall, he thinks the school year has started smooth. He explains that […]

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Portion Of Locust St to Close

A portion of Locust Street in Chillicothe will be closed next week Tuesday and Thursday for work in the new Arts District. Main Street Chillicothe requested the closing of Locust between Cay and Ann on October 2nd and 4th from 5:30pm to 8:00pm. Main Street Director Ben White says several projects are in the works. He says the project has […]

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Chillicothe Woman Arrested in Brookfield

A Chillicothe woman was one of two people arrested recently by the Brookfield Police Department. Brookfield officers were conducting a wellness check on a woman sitting on a sidewalk, picking up cigarette butts. Officers located 25 year old Melody Nichols of Chillicothe and found a Brookfield warrant for alleged Driving while Suspended or Revoked. She posted bond and was released. […]

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