Lillian DesMarias Youth Library Ribbon Cutting

The official ribbon-cutting for the Lillian DesMarias Youth Library was Friday evening and included several representatives from the design and construction.  Among them were three directors from the library.  State Librarian Robin Westphal was the Library Director in Chillicothe when this project began.  She talked about how this came about. Westphal worked with the board and helped to secure the […]

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Chillicothe Police For Friday

The Chillicothe Police Department responded to 137 calls for service Friday. 1:53 pm, Subject reported behind business in the 900 block of S. Washington Street.  Subject was contacted and trespassed from the properties. 3:52 pm, Suspicious acting subject reported in the 500 block of S. Washington Street.  Subject gone on Officers arrival.  Believed subject from earlier reports on S. Washington […]

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New Troopers In Troop B

Two new State Troopers have been assigned to work in the KCHI Listening Area.  Troop B, in Northeast Missouri, will have Trooper Elijah N. Stinson and Trooper Ezekiel G. Schieferdecker, recent graduates of the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s 111th Recruit Class. Trooper Stinson has been assigned to Zone 3, Linn and Chariton counties. He is a native of Poplar Bluff, […]

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MoDOT Roadwork For Week Of July 26th

The Missouri Department of Transportation roadwork July 26th to the 30th includes pothole patching and shoulder work. MoDOT is also continuing the work on US 36, including resurfacing and pavement repair through Caldwell, Livingston, and Linn counties through early August. There will be intermittent lane closures with a 14-foot width restriction. Caldwell County Route U – CLOSED for a culvert […]

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Cabs, Storage Containers and Truck on Chillicothe City Council Meets Monday

The Chillicothe City Council will consider the purchase of a truck for CMU, parking changes, and shipping containers as part of Monday’s meeting.  The City Council meets at 5:30 pm in the CMU large meeting room. Appearances include CMU General Manager Matt Hopper requesting the approval of the purchase of a Digger Derrick for the Electric Department. Nathan Zabka will […]

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Historic District On Trenton City Council Agenda

The Trenton City council meets Monday at 7:00 pm to consider three ordinances.  The meeting is at City Hall, in Council Chambers. The ordinances include: Designating the Downtown Historic District, Revising the Table of permissible uses in the City code For the purchase of installation of 5 pumps and 3 panels for the city’s wastewater system. New business includes: Discussion/approval […]

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Livingston County Sheriff’s Incident and Arrest Report

Several incidents and arrests are in the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department report since Mid July. July 13th  Deputies has spent time investigating a burglary and theft of firearms from an incident on June 21st.  The deputies worked with Grundy County authorities.  One person was arrested on a probation/parole warrant and one of the alleged stolen firearms was recovered. The investigation […]

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Museum Programs in August

The Grand River Historical Society Museum has a couple of programs scheduled in August. 200 years of Missouri Music – Celebrating the Bicentennial The Grand River Historical Society Museum will celebrate Missouri’s 200th year as a state with a Musical program entitled “A Retrospective – 200 years of Missouri Music”.  This event will be held in the newly opened Bethel […]

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Children’s Library Ribbon Cutting

The official ribbon-cutting for the Lillian DesMarias Youth Library is today.  Library Director Candy Warren says the event starts at 5:30 and runs until 7:00 p.m.  Warren says the event was delayed for a bit. Warren says this will be held outside and will kick off with a ribbon-cutting ceremony followed by guided tours, food, games, and prizes.  In addition […]

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