Four Taken To Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department delivered four people to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail following court appearances earlier this month.  Sheriff Steve Cox says the four include: 44-year-old Brandi L. Glosser on a probation violation warrant on Endangering Welfare of a Child case. 56-year-old Marion A. Davis sentenced to jail on an Endangering Welfare of a Child case. 35-year-old Alicia […]

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Livingston County Sheriff’s Report

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department reported several investigations and a few recent arrests. September 8th, property damage was reported where a pickup had driven into a yard and caused ruts.  A Bosworth man was cited for property damage and driving while suspended. September 9th, a sex offender registration violation investigation began when a registered sex offender was observed driving a […]

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Livingston County Library Receives $18,000 Edge Grant

The Livingston County Library received $18,000 in grant funding from the Missouri State Library.  State Librarian, and former Livingston County Library Director, Robin Westphal made the presentation. Library Director Candy Warren says the funds will be used to provide more self-service technology features. The library is already working to implement the changes funded by the grant. Listen to KCHI LOCAL […]

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Proclamation and Enterprise Zone Are On County Commission Agenda

The Livingston County Commissioners have items on their agenda for Tuesday afternoon.  The County Commission meets at 9:30 am Tuesday and will handle county road and bridge matters and administrative and departmental responsibilities. At 2:00 pm is a meeting for the Enhanced Enterprise Zone At 3:00 pm there will be a presentation of a U S Constitution proclamation. Meetings of […]

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Assistance Available For Levee & Drainage Ditch Repairs

Area landowners and farmers with levee damage that needs to be repaired may qualify for assistance through a program locally administered by the Livingston County Commission.  Presiding Commissioner Ed Douglas says they have been working with the Livingston County Soil and Water Conservation Service. Douglas says this will not be retroactive for those that have already completed the repairs. If […]

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Sheriff Cox Reports Three Sent To Prison, One Extradited From Platte County

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department took three men to the Missouri Department of Corrections in St. Joseph.  Matthew Case, Charles Collins, and Dustin Ritchie were all taken to prison on parole violation warrants. Sheriff Steve Cox says the deputies also extradited 28-year-old George Joe Cunningham from the Platte County Sheriff’s Office on a Livingston County warrant for alleged nonsupport.  He […]

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Despite Wetland Flooding, Fountain Grove Should Offer Good Waterfowl Hunting

Despite Flood damage at some conservation areas, there will still be plenty of waterfowl hunting opportunities this fall and winter.  The Missouri Department of Conservation says in Livingston and Linn Counties, the east pools of the Fountain Grove conservation areas should offer normal hunting conditions if the weather cooperates. Moist-soil plant production has been good this summer at the Fountain […]

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Medicare 101: Offered At Grand River Multipurpose Center

Seniors, family members and caregivers of those receiving Medicare should attend a Medicare 101 program offered by the Grand River Multipurpose Center.  Teresa Sykes, resource Coordinator, says the program is Wednesday, September 25th from Noon to 1:00 pm and from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. Pre-registration is required, but there is no charge to attend.   To make your reservations, call 646-1555. […]

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