Four Day Chillicothe Police Report

The Chillicothe Police Department’s report for the past few days includes more than 300 calls from Friday – Monday. Friday 09:24 PM Officers were dispatched to a reported physical domestic disturbance in the 1100 block of 1st Street. Officers were unable to find any evidence of injuries or that an assault occurred. Both parties involved denied that the altercation had […]

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City Council Approves Two Mowers

Mowers for the Green Hills Golf Course and Chillicothe Street Department were approved by the Chillicothe city council in a special meeting Monday.  The Council met at City Hall to review bids for zero-turn mowers. Green Hills Golf Course required a diesel mower with at least a 60-inch deck.  The lowest and best bid, based on price and availability was […]

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Trenton Police Special Operation

A hazardous moving operation was conducted Monday by the Trenton Police Department and the Missouri Highway Patrol Assistant Chief Larry Smith reports the enforcement operation included stopping 20 vehicles for various traffic violations. As a result of those traffic stops, 11 citations and 29 warnings were issued. Totals from this enforcement effort include: Speed Citations: 2 Uninsured Motorist Citations: 2 […]

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Memorial Day Holiday Trash Service

The Memorial Day Holiday means no trash pick-up on Monday in the city of Chillicothe.  CMU refuse Director Troy Figg says the CMU refuse customers with a Monday residential route will not have their trash picked up Monday, May 30th.  CMU will pick up Monday and Tuesday Trash Routes on Tuesday, May 31st. If you have questions, call the CMU […]

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Historic Preservation Commission

The Chillicothe Historic Preservation Commission will meet Thursday at the CMU Meeting Room.  The meeting will start at 6:00 pm and will include a draft of a survey. The meeting begins with training opportunities. New business includes Paul Mohr with the presentation of the Draft Survey report from the Intensive Survey Study. The board will also discuss a vacancy on […]

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Vandalism In Chillicothe Parks

Due to recent events, a few of the restrooms in the Chillicothe  Park system may be temporarily closed.  Parks Superintendent Josh Norris says this is becoming an ongoing problem. The cost of repairs is from $500 to $1000 at each location for the damage done this weekend.  There may be additional expenses at Simpson because of partitions that were damaged. […]

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Chillicothe Street and Utility Projects

The Chillicothe Street Projects are well underway for the summer.  Street Superintendent Jeff Gillespie says the contractor completed Irving Street. Work on two other streets will continue, On Olive, south of Gravesville Park, there will be a street closing for replacement and drainage. On Woodrow, CMU has completed their utility work, but there is a gas line that needs to […]

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