• Police Report For Wednesday

    The Chillicothe Police Department received 90 calls for service on Wednesday. Some of the calls include: 12:33am, A prisoner was transported to Caldwell County. 4:56am, A commercial alarm went off […]

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  • Ambulance District Under Investigation After Poor Audit Rating

    The Carroll County Ambulance District is working with law enforcement after they received a “Poor” rating in an audit by the Missouri State Auditor’s office.  One of the findings of […]

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  • Skoglund To Lead Troop H

    A former Chillicothe resident will be the Commanding Officer for Troop H of the Missouri Highway Patrol.  Lieutenant Shawn Skoglund will be promoted effective December 1st to the rank of […]

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  • Thanksgiving Turkey – Numbers you Need To Know!

    Thanksgiving Day is nearly here and it’s time to start the work on the big meal. Do you have everything you need?  Do you remember all the important numbers?  KCHI […]

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  • Unemployment Up In October

    Unemployment numbers for October are up across the board from September.  The Missouri Department of Higher Education and Workforce Development released the most recent unemployment figures that include… Looking at […]

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  • Traffic Stops Lead To Drug Arrests

    Eighty calls for service were handled by the Chillicothe Police Department Monday.  Some of those calls include: 12:14 a.m., Officers conducted a traffic stop at the area of South Street […]

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  • There Is Still Time To Thaw That Frozen Bird

    If your plans changed for Thanksgiving or if you forgot to take the turkey out of the freezer, it is not too late.  Andrea Balitewicz with the Butterball Turkey Hotline […]

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  • Candidate Filing For April Municipal Election

    The Municipal Election for the City of Chillicothe and the Chillicothe R-II School Board will be on April 4th.  The candidate filing for the April Election opens on December 6th […]

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  • Chillicothe Holiday Parade Winners

    The Chillicothe holiday Parade included just over 60 entries with the theme of “Candy Land Christmas.”  This was the 76th annual Holiday Parade for the Chamber of Commerce.  The Grand […]

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  • Middle School District Choir

    Sixteen students from Chillicothe Middle School participated in the Northwest District Choirs at Platte County High School on Saturday. The event included approximately 120 students in each choir 5/6 and […]

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Chillicothe City Council

The Chillicothe City Council will consider a burn permit, office lease, and salaries when they meet Monday evening.  The meeting begins at 5:30 pm in the Council Chambers. The council will handle financial items and several items under appearances.  They include: A Burn Request at 401 W Business 36 A resolution to approve the connection to the solar farm An […]

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Two Injured In Multi-Vehicle Crashes

Multi-vehicle crashes in Linn and Carroll County on Wednesday left two drivers injured. At about 5:00 pm in Carroll County, a four-vehicle crash left one driver injured.  State Troopers report 54-year-old Michelle L Thompson of Norborne was westbound on Highway 10 near Mile’s Curve, when she drove into oncoming traffic, colliding with three vehicles.  Thompson then ran off the right […]

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Seven Arrests In The Area Counties

State Troopers report seven arrests in the area counties.  Three on Wednesday and four on Thursday. Wednesday At about 2:10 pm in Carroll County, Troopers arrested 53-year-old Jeffery L Brown of Kansas City for alleged tampering with a motor vehicle, driving while revoked, and on a Carroll County warrant for alleged driving while revoked.  He was taken to the Chariton […]

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Leftover Suggestions

When the Thanksgiving meal is complete; dessert is all gone and your guests even helped with the clean-up.  Now the question is what are you going to do with the leftovers?  Of course, there are the late-night fridge raids, but that only takes care of a small part of the food. A few suggestions are maybe a nice turkey casserole, […]

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GRVCO Concert

The annual Winter Concert by Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra will be December 10th at 3:00 pm.   “The Bells of Christmas,” will be presented at the Trenton R-IX Performing Arts Center.  The doors will open at 2:30 following the dress rehearsal and picture-taking session. The musicians and choir members represent 13 Missouri communities. Grand River Valley Choir and Orchestra […]

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Lillian DesMarias Youth Library 12 Days

The Lillian DesMarias Youth Library is holding 12 days of Christmas events beginning December 1st and continuing through December 16th.  Events include activities such as: hot cocoa and cookies, ornament making, a visit from Santa, and much more. The Sugar Cookie Decorating event, held on December 6th is for ages 7 and under.  The Gingerbread House event, on December 8th […]

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Thanksgiving Pets

The Thanksgiving holiday can be a confusing and stressful time for some pets.  Leslie Patek from the Livingston County Humane Society says if you are having guests, it may be a good time to keep the pets in their kennel or pet crate. At Dinner time, Patek says keep the dinner for yourself and your guests.  Maybe give your pets […]

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Police Report For Wednesday

The Chillicothe Police Department received 90 calls for service on Wednesday. Some of the calls include: 12:33am, A prisoner was transported to Caldwell County. 4:56am, A commercial alarm went off in the 600 block of W. Business 36. The premises were checked, and it was deemed all OK. 8:16am, Prosecutor’s Office calling to speak with an Officer in reference to […]

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