• Thanksgiving By The Numbers

    While the guest list and the amount of food needed for this year’s Thanksgiving may both be smaller, some numbers for this holiday do not change! Write these down for […]

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  • Senior Class Helped Southwest Reload

    Last year they finished Second in the State in 8-Man Football. Despite Graduation, the Southwest Livingston County Wildcats find themselves back in the 8-Man Show Me Bowl this Saturday afternoon […]

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  • 15-0 Run Leads To CHS Boys Win

    The Chillicothe Boys Basketball team opened their first game of the season with a 15-0 run on points and went on to beat Penney of Hamilton on the road 58 […]

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  • CHS Girls beat Penney:Hamilton

    The Chillicothe Lady Hornets basketball team made the first basket of the game and never trailed in a 48-24 win at Penney of Hamilton. Chillicothe led 12-8 after one and […]

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  • Stuffing or Dressing?? In The Bird or In a Pan?

    The Thanksgiving debate over stuffing has two sides… In the bird or in a separate pan.  Mary Allice Coffey from the Butterball Turkey Talk Line says both are acceptable, but […]

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  • New Brige On LIV-409 Opens

    A new bridge in Livingston county officially opened this (Tuesday) morning.  Livingston County Presiding Commissioner Ed Douglas says the bridge is on LIV-409. This bridge allows for two-way traffic. Douglas […]

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  • Final Softball Top 10

    The final Missouri High School softball rankings have been released for Class 3. State Champion Sullivan is #1 and runners-up Savannah is #2. The Chillicothe Lady Hornets, which beat Savannah […]

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Southwest Headed To Show-Me Bowl

The Southwest Livingston Wildcats are headed back to the 8-man football show-me bowl. Southwest beat Drexel 52 to 22 in the semi-finals. They will face unbeaten North Andrew, a 42-22 winner over Stanberry. The championship will be held next Saturday at Jerry Litton Memorial Stadium in Chillicothe. In class 1 the semi-finals are today. Penney of Hamilton hosts Mid Buchanan, […]

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More Funding for East Locust Reservoir

USDA made an additional $25 million investment was in the East Locust Creek Reservoir Project.  US Senator Roy Blunt, a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee, announced: “This investment in the East Locust Creek Reservoir Project is great news for families, farmers, and local businesses.”  He says, “These additional resources will get us one step closer to finishing the project […]

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Blood Drive in Chillicothe 12/10/2020

A Blood Drive will be held in Chillicothe on December 10th.  The Community Blood Center is conducting the Blood Drive at United Methodist Church from Noon to 6:00 pm.  All presenting donors will receive a free limited edition Chiefs T-Shirt. Appointments are preferred and can be made by going to savealifenow.org/group.  The group code is DA. Walk-in will also be […]

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MoDOT Road Projects Continue In Area

The Missouri Department of Transportation has several roadwork projects scheduled for the week of November 23rd. Carroll County Route Z – remains CLOSED until further notice from Route C to County Road 217 due to damage caused by a roadway slide. Route Z – CLOSED for a bridge replacement project over Tater Hill Creek, 1.1 miles west of US 65. […]

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Chillicothe Police Report

Chillicothe Police had another busy day on Friday, November 20th with a variety of incidents. 11:49 am, Officer spoke with the subject on the phone that has received threats from a relative. 1:39 pm, Officers out in the 1300 block of Monroe Street for resident threatening other tenants. The subject was transported to Hedrick Medical Center for evaluation and treatment. […]

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COVID-19 Numbers

The number of COVID-19 in Livingston County is now at 703.  The Livingston County Health Center released the numbers Friday morning.  In the county, there are 77 active cases and 19 are hospitalized.  Of the current cases, 1 is from area facilities and 13 attend Livingston County Schools.  The number of deaths in the county is at 17. Numbers for […]

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NCMC Plans For Expansion

North Central Missouri College in Trenton has plans for expansion in Savannah.  NCMC President Dr. Lenny Klaver says The college is working toward acquiring a property. Klaver says this will not be a full-blown campus. Klaver says they also continue to look at how they can better serve the students in other parts of the region. He says a storefront […]

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