• 4 Hornets Headed to State Wrestling

    Four Chillicothe Wrestlers will be headed to the MSHSAA State Wrestling tournament, thanks to their top four finish in their respective weight classes in the District Tournament. Dawson Wheeler finished […]

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  • CLAA Tournament Champs Crowned

    The Norborne girls and Southwest boys won their respective divisions in this year’s C.L.A.A. basketball tournament. Norborne girls beat Hardin-Central 58-32. Norborne was led by Kennadie Crowe with 18 points, […]

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  • Hornets Win Streak Continues

    The Chillicothe Hornets scored the first points in the game on a trey and led the rest of the game to avenge an early season loss to Savannah. The Hornets […]

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  • Lady Hornet Hoopsters Keep Rolling

    The Chillicothe Lady Hornets went on a 9-0 run in the second quarter to take the lead for good in a 50-43 win over Savannah in a MEC game. Savannah […]

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  • Wrestling District Day 1 Results for CHS

    The Chillicothe Boys Wrestling team is in sixth place out of 15 teams after the first day of the two day District Wrestling Tournament. Cameron leads the standings with Odessa […]

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  • Bridge Replacement Projects Update

    Bridge replacement projects in Chariton County are still a couple of months from completion and there are two bridges in the area counties that remain closed. In Chariton County, on […]

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  • No Trash Pick Up on Monday

    Monday is President’s Day, a holiday for the City of Chillicothe and CMU. That means Chillicothe residents with a Monday Trash Route will have to hang on to the trash […]

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JV Basketball Teams Split Games

Chillicothe’s Junior Varsity teams split their games on Tuesday. The Girls JV Lady Hornets hammered Columbia Hickman 48-18. Haley Kidd and Essie Hicks each had eight points, Lucy Reeter had six, Kiley Kirkpatrick and Josie Reeter each had five, Kaylee Munson and Brooke Horton had four each, Ella Leamer and Kennedy Corzette each had three, Montana Hall had two points. […]

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