Classes To Better Your Memory

If you struggle to learn new things or remembering details, the Extension Office in Chillicothe has some upcoming classes that may help. The University of Missouri Extension Human Development Specialists, Jessica Trussell, and Amber Allen are offering a Boost Your Brain & Memory Class via Zoom. The class uses a whole-person approach that helps you form new habits to live […]

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Big Win for Lady Hornets In Tournament

The Chillicothe Lady Hornets Basketball team scored the first five points and went on to pick up a convincing 73 to 13 win over Richmond in the Lawson Tournament. The 60-point win is the fifth largest in Chillicothe Girls basketball history, and the biggest since 1993. Richmond, scored three field goals and four free throws in the entire game. . […]

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It’s High School B-Ball Tournaments Month

The High School basketball season can be divided into three parts. Part one is December when teams are in one early season tournament, and schedule non-conference teams. It’s a month for coaches to measure strengths and weaknesses on their team. February is usually Conference  month when teams try to win their conference championship. In between is January, or Tournament month. […]

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Rader Notches Win #99

(Photo provided by Coach Chad Smith) The Chillicothe Hornets wrestling team had some good performances in the difficult Moberly Spartan Duals on Saturday. Chillicothe went 1-4 in the meet with a 60-15 win over St James, and losing to Pleasant Hill 64-12, Bolivar 65-12, Jefferson City Helias 54-27 and Moberly 47-23. Coach Chad Smith stated they faced some of the […]

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Kearney edges Hornets at Savannah

The Chillicothe Boys Basketball team scored the first basket of their game against Kearney last night in the Savannah Tournament. Unfortunately that would be their only lead in a 61-44 loss to Kearney. The Bulldogs answered those first points with a 13-0 run and led the rest of the game. Chillicothe battled back at times but could never regain the […]

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LCHC Continues Its Message

It has been difficult and demanding several months for the Livingston County Health Center with the COVID-19 Pandemic. Ann Burchett with the Health Center says having an experienced staff has been extremely helpful for the Health Center and the public. Burchett says if everyone would cooperate, there would be more of a chance of getting through the pandemic quicker than […]

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Jones Earns Medal at State Golf

Chillicothe Lady Hornets Golfer Hallie Jones earned a medal at the two-day MSHSAA Golf Tournament. Jones shot a 92 on Monday and lowered that by a stroke to a 91 on Tuesday for a two day total of 183, tying her for 14th place. The top 15 golfers received medalist honors. Springfield Catholic won the team championship by a large […]

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Hornets Head to Cameron Football

The Chillicothe Hornets travel to Cameron tonight in a match up of two teams that was their first two games then lost last week to MEC teams. Cameron coach Jeff Wallace talks about what his defense must do to slow down the Hornets offense. He says the Dragons offense must also keep from turning over the football. Chillicothe Coach Tim […]

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