Winter Weather Advisories and Warnings

A winter Weather Advisory is issued for much of the KCHI listening area beginning at 6:00 pm and continuing to midday Saturday.  There is also a Winter Storm Warning for Northeast and North Central Missouri, including Sullivan County in the local area. National Weather Service Meteorologist Brad Temeyer says in the warning areas, there could be 6-9 inches of snow […]

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Chillicothe Police Report For Thursday

The Chillicothe Police Department responded to 115 calls for service Thursday.  Some of the calls include: 10:20 am, Subject calling in reference to a child climbing in their vehicle in the area of Webster and Elm Streets.  Officers and parent located the subject and the child had snuck away from parent.  The child was returned. 2:49 pm, Reported attempt was […]

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Personnel For The Police Department In Executive Session

The Chillicothe Police Department has one less dispatcher and has a new police officer.  The Chillicothe City Council approved the actions for the Chillicothe Police Department as part of the executive session Monday. On a vote of 5/0, the council terminated the employment of Andrew Perkins. The Council approved hiring Samuel Wright as a full-time police officer.  That action was […]

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Livingston County Commission Meetings

The Livingston County Commissioners will discuss Health Insurance and hold a public hearing next week.  The Commissioners meet Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am in the Commission Room of the Courthouse. Tuesday, the commissioners continue with the budget reviews.  At 10:00 am, the commissioners meet with Howard Danzig to discuss health insurance. Thursday at 10:00 am is the first of […]

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Livingston County 2022 Budget Hearings

The Budget Hearings that must be held before final approval of the Livingston County Budget have been scheduled.  County Clerk and budget Officer Sherry Parks says the first budget hearing will be held on Thursday, January 20th.  The public hearing will take place in the commission room of the courthouse at 10:00 am.  Parks will review the budget message, the […]

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Some FAFSA Deadlines Are Near

High School students and those returning to school and looking for financial assistance will need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid or FAFSA.  To promote completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) the Missouri Department of Higher Education & Workforce Development (MDHEWD) is launching the Finish Your FAFSA campaign and hosting last-minute FAFSA Frenzy […]

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Evergy Electric Rate Adjustment

The Missouri Public Service Commission approved increases in the Demand Side Program Investment Mechanism or DSIM, for two areas that include counties in the KCHI listening area.  The increases include: Evergy Metro, Inc. d/b/a Evergy Missouri Metro, to recover demand-side management program costs and incentives under the Missouri Energy Efficiency Investment Act (MEEIA). A residential customer using 1,000 kWh (kilowatt-hours) […]

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Income Tax Filing Begins Soon

The Tax filing season will begin soon and the IRS reminds taxpayers the best way to file their taxes, whether doing them yourself or through a professional is to file electronically. That is Micheal Devine with the IRS.  He says make sure you are prepared before you start. If you have registered to receive the documents electronically and you haven’t […]

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Chillicothe Opioid Misuse Town Hall

An Opioid Misuse Town Hall will be held this evening in Chillicothe.  The event is supported by local law enforcement, the Chillicothe Department of Emergency Service, Livingston County Health Center, and other health and mental health providers in the area. The Town Hall will provide information on the local issues with opioid misuse, resources that are available, and how you […]

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