Police Negotiate Armed Stand-Off

A scary moment at a Chillicothe residence was handled by Chillicothe Police. At 8:27pm Wednesday, officers responded to a disturbance call at an undisclosed residence that involved a man with a knife, and a child. Officers responded and determined all residents had left the building except for the male subject. He was found to be in an extreme fit of […]

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Trenton Electric Rate Study

Electric rates in the City of Trenton will be reviewed in the near future. The Trenton City Council approved a contract with Toth (TOE-th) and Associates for an electric rate study. City Administrator Ron Urton says the study is long over due. No timetable has been announced for the study or the release of the findings of the study.

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Help for Post Spring Storm Stress

While the spring storms and flooding are long gone, the clean up and stress for some residents still remains. The State of Missouri has received federal funding for a program that provides counseling for residents feeling stressed or overwhelmed because of the storms and flooding that occurred between April 29th to July 5th. The Show Me Hope program is open […]

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Creatures of the Night Hike

A “Creatures of the Night” hike will be held at Crowder State Park, August 17th. The hike will begin at 8:30 pm at the Shelter 3 parking lot and park staff will lead the hike and present information about animals that can be heard and seen at night. Those attending are encouraged to dress appropriately for the weather, including closed-toe […]

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Changes to Hornets Football Staff

The Chillicothe Hornets Football Team returns a large number of players with starting experience this season. Also returning is Second Year Head Coach Tim Rulo. He says there are a couple of assistant coaches that were not able to return this season. Rulo says a new teacher in the district that will serve as an Assistant Coach. He says it […]

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Car Problems for Sheriff’s Department

Car trouble happens to everyone at some point, and it can be frustrating. It even happens to law enforcement officials. Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox says his office has experienced quite a bit of trouble with vehicle breakdowns recently. Cox says one patrol vehicle over-heated and was towed from the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail to a local repair shop. Another […]

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Chillicothe Chamber Luncheon 8/21

Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce members are being reminded that Wednesday, August 21st is the next Chamber of Commerce Monthly Luncheon. A Chamber spokesperson said they are gearing up for a big, strategic planning process. In order to accomplish that task, the chamber needs to hear from the members. Board members will be sitting with chamber members and gathering member […]

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New Billing Company for Trenton

Trenton Utility bills will now be sent out by an outside company. The Trenton City Council approved hiring an outside company to handle the billing and mailing of city utility bills. City Administrator Ron Urton says this will be a cost and time savings measure. He explains how it will be an improvement over the current method. Urton says the […]

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Farmers Soil Testing Best in Fall

Producers making amendments to the soil in their fields may consider collecting soil samples in the fall. Valarie Tate with the Extension Center says soil testing this time of year can help producers make important decisions. She says testing gives you a baseline from which you can work. Tate says testing is also a good tool for fields with soybean […]

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Cameron Crash Kills Two

Two Kansas City residents were killed in a two vehicle accident near Cameron. The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a semi-truck driven by a California resident was stopped at a red light at 36 highway and Bob Griffin road in Cameron. The Truck began heading West on 36 when a car driven by Desari Lathrop of Kansas City struck the […]

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