• 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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Chillicothe Police Report For Wednesday

Chillicothe Police report one arrests and several investigations for Wednesday. 12:35 pm, Received report of traffic hazard on Washington near Green St., vehicle parked in turn lane.  The vehicle was moved. About 2:00 pm, officers took a report of two vehicle accident near Business 36 and Graves St.  both vehicles had minor damage. One driver was cited for no proof […]

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Second String Arts Program Offered

The Livingston County Library is offering a State String Art – Adult Crafting project in September, and the registration filled up very quickly.  Monica Holmer from the Library says they are offering a second session on September 10th, at 6:00 pm.  If you are interested in the second session, you need to register and let them know which state you […]

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Owls Look To End Skid at Chillicothe

Two streaks are on the line Friday when The Marshall Owls football team travels to Chillicothe. The Owls have beaten Chillicothe just once in the last ten meetings, and have not picked up a win of any kind in the last 21 games. Second Year Head Coach Adam Huse will look to returning talent to snap the skid. Chillicothe’s new Head […]

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Drought Management For Livestock Class – CANCELED

The Drought Management for Livestock Producers class in Livingston County, scheduled for Thursday has been canceled.  Shaun Murphy, from the Livingston County Extension Office explains. Murphy says there will be materials and other resources available for those that need assistance with Drought Management for Livestock. The Livingston County Extension Office is located at 2881 Grand Drive and the office hours […]

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