Board Of Public Works To Consider Bids

Discussions on a mini-excavator and a transformer are on the agenda for the Chillicothe Board of Public Works as they meet Tuesday morning.  The meeting begins at 7:00 am a the CMU offices. The Electric Superintendent will lead a discussion on bids received for a new compact mini-excavator. The General manager will ask the board to consider the donation of […]

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New AG & Natural resource Scholarship

A gift to the North Central Missouri College Foundation will establish a scholarship to benefit Ag and Natural Resources Students. The Foundation recently received the gift from JK Farms to establish the John Kuttler Agriculture Scholarship. This scholarship honors the memory of local farmer and community leader John Kuttler. John Kutler was devoted to his family, his community, and to […]

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Donate A Winter Coat

The 55 & Go’s “I Will Donate a Good Winter Coat” campaign is underway and center director Patty Mefford says they are collecting New or Gently Used coats of all sizes.  Mefford says they are very low on coats to give this year. As they have in the past, 55 & GO is partnering with Area Schools, Livingston County Health […]

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Grand River Multipurpose Center Receives $2,500 Donation

The Grand River Multipurpose Center is the recipient of a $2,500 donation from the “America’s Farmers Grow Communities” program.  A local farmer, Palma Jean Allen, was entered in the contest to direct where the donation would go, and she chose the Grand River Multipurpose Center. Grand River Multipurpose Center will use the “America’s Farmers Grow Communities” donation, sponsored by Bayer […]

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CRC Receives Donation In Plus Sizes

A Kansas City retailer of plus size women’s Clothing made a generous donation to assist women working to establish or re-establish themselves in the workplace.  CJ Banks recognizes one of the major stumbling blocks is nice work clothing.  Sherry Wohlgemuth, Executive Director of the Community Resource Center in Chillicothe says in June they received a call from Charlotte Stephens about […]

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Rotary To Donate To Soccer Field

A lot of ideas and discussion regarding Soccer filled Monday’s Chillicothe City Council meeting. Rotary President Adam Warren was on the agenda with a plan to bring at least one more Youth Athletic field to Chillicothe to primarily be used for youth soccer. Warren stated the Rotary Club had secured a grant from Rotary International for the field, which they […]

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Pink-Out Funds Helping Cancer Support Organizations

Funds raised in the Pink-Out last fall were distributed to a variety of organizations.  Fifty-eight hundred dollars was raised through breast cancer awareness Pink-Out t-shirt sales and the boot blocks that were held during Chautauqua and before the Pink-Out Game for the Chillicothe Hornets.  The fundraisers were a joint effort of the Chillicothe Fire Department and Hedrick Medical Center Emergency […]

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