Carrollton Town Council To Meet

The Carrollton Town Council will meet Monday evening and that meeting will be back at City Hall.  The meeting will begin at 6:00 pm, with new business. Jerry Nenker from the Bow Club will make a presentation and an ordinance will be presented regarding the City Library. Reports to the board will include from the Fire Chief and Police Chief.  […]

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Carrollton Town Board Meeting Monday

Carrollton Town Board meets Monday via teleconference.  The meeting will begin at 6:00 pm.  instructions on how you can attend the teleconference will be with this story on the KCHI web page. Items on the agenda include: Information presented on the CMU Initiative, presented by Clint Mathis. Information from the Livestock Leaders, presented by Jeremy Dodds. Official reports will be […]

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Highway Patrol Report Two Area Arrests

Two arrests in the area counties are reported by the Missouri Highway Patrol for Thursday. At about 1:10 pm in Linn County, Troopers arrested 28-year-old Santiago Quintero Figueroa of Dawn for alleged DWI and failing to drive on the right half of the roadway.  He was processed and released. At about 4:45 pm in Carroll County, Troopers arrested 39-year-old James […]

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Grand River YMCA Closed In Response To Corona Virus Concerns

Chillicothe’s Grand River Family YMCA has closed due to concerns over the Corona Virus.  The closure begins today, but no information was provided on when they would re-open.  The closure of the Y includes the Chillicothe, Brookfield and Carrollton locations and the programs associated with those locations. The notice stated: “These closures are preventative in nature; we have not had […]

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Light Agenda For Carrollton Council

The Carrollton City Council meets in regular session Monday at 6:00p at the Carrollton City Hall. Very few items are on the agenda, with nothing listed under old or new business. Three official reports are listed including Administrative Assistant Terry Bell regarding the Walnut Hills 2020 project. A closed executive session is scheduled to consider legal action, to consider leasing, […]

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Explosive Ordnance In Carrollton

Carrollton Police and Military officials responded to a report of a military explosive ordnance in the possession of a Carrollton resident.  Carrollton Police Chief Christopher Looney says officers received the call Monday and checked the device that was in a vehicle at a private business.  Information was passed along to the Military Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) unit at Whiteman Air […]

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