• Chillicothe Education Foundation Fundraiser

    The Annual Chillicothe Education Foundation’s annual Teacher of the Year dinner reception is evening. Ed Douglas is one of the Foundation members and says it’s a great event. Douglas says […]

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  • Chillicothe R-II School Board

    The Chillicothe Board of Education reorganized at the regular meeting Tuesday night, following the recent School Board election. The Board honored outgoing member Paul Thomas, who did not file for […]

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  • CHS Boys 1st, Girls 2nd at Cameron Track

    The Chillicothe Hornets track team finished first and the Lady Hornets second. in Monday’s Cameron Track Meet. Chillicothe also won in the combined teams score. Lathrop won the women’s meet. […]

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  • Final City Wide Clean-Up Days

    The final two days of Chillicothe’s city-wide clean-up are Wednesday and Saturday this week. CMU refuse Manager Troy Figg said the recent first two days went well, despite the rain. […]

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  • Main Street Chillicothe Seniors On Tour

    Main Street Chillicothe is hosting an event in May called “Seniors on Tour”. Pam Jarding with Main Street Chillicothe says the event is open to people 50 and over. Jarding […]

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  • Challenges of Rural Law Enforcement

    There are many benefits to living outside of a major metropolitan area. There can also be some challenges. In law enforcement, smaller departments in smaller towns can mean Officers need […]

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  • Carrollton Council Approves Purchases

    The Carrollton Town Council approved the purchase of a truck for the Fire Department and a tractor for the Sewer Department in Monday’s meeting. Approval was given by the Council […]

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Chillicothe R-II Personnel Items From Executive session

The Chillicothe R-II School Board approved several personnel items in Tuesday’s Executive Session.  For Certified Staff: Hires: Bekah Anderson-HS Art Teacher Zebadiah Yoko-HS Science Teacher Traci Norris-HS Math Teacher Jana Shira-4th-5th Title Teacher Brandi Fahrmeier-4th Grade Teacher Resignations: Blake Linebaugh-HS Science Teacher Jaryn Schneider-1st Grade Teacher SUPPORT STAFF: Hire: Cierra Runnels-CES Cafeteria Worker Monty Lynch-Bus Driver Sub Resignations/Retirements: Caleb Sconce-MS […]

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MU Extension Offers Annie’s Project

The University of Missouri Extension will host a free “Annie’s Project” course in the Northwest region. Carlee Quinn with the Extension Service says the course is for women in the area that would like to become better business partners in their agriculture enterprise. Quinn describes the webinar. Five sites will be available in Northwest Missouri including Chillicothe, Higginsville, Marshall, Maryville […]

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Chillicothe Getting Back To Normal

As everyone remembers, COVID forced cancellations of a lot of events from major league sports to local town celebrations. For Chillicothe, Crystal Narr with the Chamber of Commerce says things are starting to get back to normal. One sign is the finalization of Chillicothe’s annual Chautauqua in the Park festivities. The event will be on September 11th and 12th. To […]

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Chillicothe R-II School Board

The Chillicothe Board of Education reorganized at the regular meeting Tuesday night, following the recent School Board election. The Board honored outgoing member Paul Thomas, who did not file for reelection. Thomas says he witnessed a lot of changes in his 12 years on the Chillicothe School Board. Thomas said he is proud of several things during his time on […]

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Chillicothe Police Report For Tuesday

Chillicothe Police officers responded to 79 calls for service Tuesday.  Some of the calls include well-being checks, truancy, and follow-up investigations. 10:33 am, an Officer was on phone with a person with possible mental issues and attempting to locate services to assist in obtaining help for the subject.  The person was taken to Hedrick Medical Center for evaluation and assistance. […]

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Recent Highway Patrol Arrests

Four arrests are in the report from the Missouri Highway Patrol for the area counties. Monday evening, Troopers arrested 19-year-old Aaron Byrd of Witchita for alleged Possession of a Controlled Substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, speeding, and careless and imprudent driving resulting in a crash.  No injuries were reported in the crash.  He was held at the Caldwell County Detention […]

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Six Headed To Department of Corrections

Several individuals that had recent court appearances will be taken to the Missouri Department of Corrections by the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department.  They include: 31-year-old Billy Jenkins of Wheeling sentenced to 15 years on a Probation Violation – Distribution Controlled Substance. 50-year-old Lee Vonthun of Palmyra sentenced to 8 years on a Probation Violation – Delivery of Controlled Substance. 41-year-old […]

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