Gallatin Water Rate Study

Gallatin City officials have a water rate study conducted recently. City Administrator Lance Rains explains what the study numbers tells him. Raines called in two companies for rate studies and compared the numbers. He says the number were very close. He says the study is showing a good example of where things are at in water costs.

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Men’s Health Month Wraps Up

June is “Men’s Health Month” across the nation. Gina Lucas, a University of Missouri Extension Center Nutrition and Health Education Specialist says it’s a month of screenings, health fairs, health education and outreach activities. She says statistics show men die at a higher rate than women in nine of the top ten causes of death. Men also account for 92% […]

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Two Chillicothe Events Tonight (Wed 6/26/2019)

Two unrelated events will be tonight (Wednesday) in Chillicothe, both starting at 6:00pm. At Cultural Corner Art Guild and Gallery will be a reception to celebrate the official naming of the “Kelly Poling Arts District”. Following the official proclamation there will be a reception that includes light refreshments. At the Chillicothe Elks Lodge will be a reception for William Shuttleworth, […]

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City Sells Six Acres of Land

The Chillicothe City Council has approved the sale of 6.6 acres of land in the Industrial Park. The sale of land behind Skill Patch was for $66,000 for the 6.6 acres to Chillicothe Development Inc. City Administrator Darin Chappell said land in the Industrial Park is at a premium, but there is room for future expansion of the land. A […]

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More Flood Relieve Money Possible

Several counties in the KCHI listening area could receive money if a second Federal Disaster Declaration is issued by the Federal Government. 41 Missouri counties would be included in a Missouri Government request to the Nation’s Capitol for additional federal assistance for residents and businesses affected by flooding and tornadoes. Included in the individual assistance for the 41 counties are […]

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Reeter Appointed Interim Fire Chief

Chillicothe has a new interim Fire Chief. The Chillicothe City Council has appointed Eric Reeter as the interim Fire Chief until current Fire Chief Darrell Wright returns. Wright is taking an extended leave from the department. Mayor Teresa Kelly stated she supported the Council action, stating that Chief Wright has been an outstanding Fire Chief for the City and Eric […]

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Deer CWD Still in Area

The Missouri Department of Conservation has reduced the number of counties in its management zone for chronic wasting disease from 48 to 29 starting in July. Changes to the CWD Management Zone will impact restrictions on feeding deer, antler-point restrictions, antlerless permits for some counties and mandatory CWD sampling. Area counties included in the CWD Management Zone are Linn, Chariton, […]

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Narr Attends Leadership Training

Chillicothe Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Crystal Narr has completed the first of four yearly installments at the Institute for Organization Management. Narr says it is a leadership training program produced by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation. She says it’s geared for non-profit organizational boards. Narr said the course will allow her to be a better leader in her […]

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