• Two Injured in ATV Accident

    Two teens from Illinois were injured in an ATV accident in Spickard. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol 18 year old Abigail Hearne of Rockford, Illinois was on an […]

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  • Area State Tennis Results Day One

    Chillicothe Senior Tennis Player Tyler Maasdam’s season is over. Maasdam lost two matches in the MSHSAA Singles Tournament on Friday. Maasdam lost to Ian Ding of Thomas Jefferson Independent 0-6, […]

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  • Grand River Roller Coaster

    According to the National Weather Service, here are the latest forecasts for the Grand River as of Saturday 5/25/2019 at 5:00am: Grand River at Chillicothe: Flood Stage is 24 feet, […]

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  • Take Care of Yourself First

    As we all know, these are hectic times with dramatic changes potentially taking place every day in our everyday lives. Jessica Trussell with the University of Missouri Extension Service says […]

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  • No Trash Pick Up Monday

    Chillicothe Municipal Utilities Trash Pick-up for Monday will be moved back a day. Refuse Director Troy Figg says because Monday is Memorial Day, the Refuse Department will have the day […]

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  • Weather Causes Injury Accident

    Weather is listed as one of the causes in an injury accident in DeKalb county. The Missouri Highway Patrol says 25 year old Jacob Wuerfele of Plattsburg suffered minor injuries […]

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  • Hiring & Resignations In The Chillicothe School Board Executive Session

    The Chillicothe R-II School Board approved hiring and resignations in their executive session Tuesday night.  Superintendent Dr Roger Barnes has the announcements. Barnes says the paraprofessional positions will be filled, […]

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Sliced Bread Day Contest Winners

The winners in the 2018 Missouri Sliced Bread Day – Bread Baking Contest are: Adults 1st – Patricia Wiedmier 2nd – Pam Miller 3rd – Diana Howe Youth 1st – Lydia Martin 2nd – Linnea Martin 3rd – Allee Hein Twenty-four entries were passed through the museums bread slicing machine. The judges then prepared the samples for judging and then […]

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Chillicothe Police Report

The Police Report for Saturday included numerous calls for illegal use of fireworks.  Several citations were issued.  Other items in the report include: 1:10am, Complaint of loud music in the 300 block of Dickinson. Residents were contacted and turned the music down. 8:49am, Officer responded to the 400 block of Webster on a constantly barking dog. The owner was contacted […]

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Chillicothe Police report

The Chillicothe Police responded to 102 calls for service Friday, they included several reports of fireworks used in the city limits.  Chillicothe police remind residents the time for using fireworks inside the city limits ended on July 4th. Other calls include: 8:29am, Officers responded to a domestic disturbance in the 600 block of Williams Street. It was determined that the […]

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MoDOT Roadwork for July 9th to the 13th

The Missouri Department of Transportation continues many of the project on the area roads in the upcoming week.  That includes the resurfacing work on US 65 from the Missouri River to Chillicothe and the sealing and Micro-surfacing for areas from Chillicothe to the Iowa line.  Other work scheduled in the area for the week of July 9th includes: Caldwell County […]

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Two Cited In Alcohol Compliance Checks

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department and the Midland Empire Alcohol Task Force conducted compliance checks in Chillicothe late last week.  Sheriff Steve Cox says during the checks, an underage person is sent into a business to attempt to purchase alcohol.  The sales person, bartender or retail sales clerk, should ask for proper ID. The compliance checks resulted in two citations […]

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