• 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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Chillicothe Approves Exploring Wetland Mitigation

As work continues on the East Locust Creek Lake project that will serve ten counties, including Livingston, Linn and Sullivan Counties in the local area, the project engineers are also looking at wetland mitigation projects in those counties.  Greg Pitchford, from Allstate Consultants, told the City there are areas along the City Owned Railroad, near Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge […]

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Short Handed CHS Tennis Still Wins

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Tennis team played with out their #1 singles player Gracy Reeter, but still beat Lafayette 6-1. Doubles matches were not played, for which no explanation was provided to the Media. In singles play: Hunter Keithley won 6-1, Hannah Cypert won 6-1, Macy Cavanah won 6-1, Hannah Zimmerman won 6-2, Lucy Reeter won 6-1. Allison Ishmael, in her first […]

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CHS Softball Scores Early and Wins

Five singles, a home run and a walk helped Chillicothe score six runs in the bottom of the first in a 10-6 softball win over Lafayette. Micah Hibner had the home run, with four singles from Abby Jones, two each from Libby Adkins and Brook Hornets, and one single from Jordan Hibner and Kennedie Corzette. Lafayette had two home runs, […]

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Hornets Soccer Tastes Victory

Mason Baxter scored two goals to help the Hornets Soccer team to their first win of the season. The Hornets beat St Joseph Lafayette at home 3-0. Baxter scored off a Jacob Chapman assist in the 12th minute and had an unassisted goal in the 36th minute. Drake Cosgrove scored in the 43rd minute off a Chace Corbin assist to […]

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Girls XC 4th, Boys 9th at Home Meet

The Kirksville boys and Moberly girls won the team titles at the Chillicothe Cross Country Invitational meet. On the Boys Side, Kirksville had 31 points while Chillicothe finished 9th with 245 points out of 14 complete teams. For the Hornets, Hayden Simmer was 27th, Logan Asher 32nd, Peyton Forck 40th, Stephen Parkes 69th, Brady Bernskoetter 77th, Erik Kleinschmidt 78th and […]

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CHS Volleyball Hammers Brookfield

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Volleyball team won their home opener in straight sets victory over Brookfield. CHS won 25-10 and 25-4 to improve to 2-0 on the young season. In player statistics for Chillicothe, provided by the coaching staff: Catey Trout had an ace and a dig Devin Dowell with two kills and a block Elli Ross with two aces, […]

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MDC Encourages Trying Bow Hunting

The 2018 Fall Deer and Turkey – Bow Hunting Season is September 15th through November 9th and November 21st through January 15th.  Lucas Bond from the Missouri Department of Conservation encourages you to try Bow Hunting. Bond says you need to remember to get your hunting permits prior to the start of the season and when you have taken your […]

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