• Chillicothe Is A 10 GIG Community

    Workforce Development, Economic Development, Education…  these all have a common thread, infrastructure.  The ability to connect to the world!  Chillicothe is now a 10 Gig Community, thanks to the developments […]

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  • New COVID-19 Cases Down In February

    The number of new cases of COVID-19 in Livingston County was only about 20% of the number for January.  The Livingston County Health Center reports 46 new COVID-19 cases for […]

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  • CMU Budget Receives Preliminary Approval

    The Chillicothe Municipal Utilities budget for the 2021/22 fiscal year received preliminary approval from the Board of Public Works.  The budget includes a 2% Cost of Living increase.  The budget […]

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  • Former SPA Shifts to YMCA

    There will be a change in summer youth Baseball and Softball this year. The Grand River Area YMCA will take over the Chillicothe summer youth baseball and softball organization. Chillicothe […]

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  • Last Second Heroics Lifts Hornets

    The Chillicothe Hornets Boys Basketball team needed some late game heroics to pick up a District win at Savannah 32 to 31. It was a close game the entire night […]

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  • Boys Basketball Sectionals Tonight

    State Sectional Basketball games begin tonight for Class 1, 2 and 3 for some KCHI area schools. Tonight’s games include in Class 1 Green City Boys at 24-4 play at […]

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  • Four Hornet Wrestlers Heading to State

    The Chillicothe Hornets Wrestling Team will be sending four qualifiers to the State Tournament later this month after qualifying in Saturdays Sectional Tournament in Excelsior Springs. For Chillicothe: Lane McCoy […]

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Three Headed To The Department Of Corrections

Livingston County Deputies transported three people to the Missouri Department of Corrections following recent court appearance for sentencing. 28-year-old Jonathan S. Robison of Brookfield is sentenced to 7 years on a Probation Violation for an original charge of Assault.  He is also ordered into a Long Term Substance Abuse Program. 30-year-old Zachary Kerns of Chillicothe is sentenced to 6 years […]

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Several Investigations In Chillicothe Police Report

Chillicothe Police responded to 99 calls for service Wednesday At 12:30 am, Officers responded to the 1000 block of Graves St. on a report of shoplifting. The suspects had left before officers arrived.  The same suspects were later seen in Brookfield and arrested by Brookfield Police. A Chillicothe officer traveled to Brookfield to continue the investigation and assisted Brookfield on […]

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43rd Circuit Judge Thomas Chapman Nominated To Western District Court of Appeals

Missouri’s 43rd Circuit Judge Tom Chapman, is one of three nominees for the opening on the Missouri Court of Appeals for the Western District. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Missouri and chair of the Appellate Judicial Commission Zel M. Fischer submitted their panel of nominees to fill the vacancy on the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District to […]

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Hornets and Lady Hornets Jamborees Soon

Three Chillicothe High School Sports teams will participate in pre-season jamborees later in August. The Chillicothe Football team has a four-team jamboree with Southern Boone, Hallsville and Father Tolten High School with the game at Father Tolton on August 17th. The Soccer team heads to Excelsior Springs on Saturday August 18th. They will compete against Excelsior Springs and Cameron starting at 9:00 am. The […]

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Good Voter Turnout for Primary – Results For Local Races In The Area Counties

Voter turnout for the August primary in the local counties averaged 35.3%.  Livingston County  turnout was 32%, Sullivan County was the lowest at 28.7% and Chariton County had 43% turnout in the election.  Taking a look at the results from the area counties: The Caldwell County Primary has a couple races that were narrowed, and voters made their decision on […]

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