Chillicothe R-II Salary Schedules Approved

The salary schedule for the Chillicothe R-II School District was approved by the school board.  Superintendent Dr Dan Wiebers says the new schedule includes increases. Dr Wiebers says that number seems very high. Wiebers says there are funds to cover the increases. He says those together will help to cover the increased expense to the district. 2022/23 Salary Schedule Proposal […]

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Council Hears Service Reports And Funding Requests

Service reports were presented to the Chillicothe City Council Monday, by three organizations that serve the community.  The requests will be considered as the Council works to complete the 2022 budget. The Livingston county Extension report was made by Jessica Trussell.  She talked about the various programs the extension program offers.  This includes health and wellness programs for adults, nutrition […]

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USDA Community Infrastructure Grants & Loans

The US Department of Agriculture announced investments totaling $1 Billion to improve community infrastructure in rural communities.  The projects include loans, grants and a combination of both.  The funding will increase access to health care, education, and public safety while spurring community development and building sound infrastructure for people living in rural communities The recipients in the local areas include: […]

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MainStreet Chillicothe is the recipient of NAP credits totaling nearly $133,000.  The credits are awarded to the Livingston County Community Development Corporation, which will use donations received as part of this NAP project for the continuation of the MainStreet Chillicothe Program.  The Missouri Department of Economic Development awarded $12.6 million in NAP Credits to non-profits across the state of Missouri. […]

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Governor Parson Visit North Missouri

Missouri Governor Mike Parson traveled to North Missouri Thursday to sign two items.  The first stop was Milan for the signing of a Resolution to provide funding the East Locust Creek Reservoir project.  The governor talked about the importance of this type of project that will provide drinking water to a large part of northern Missouri. Parson says this type […]

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DNR Provides Funding For Meadville Wastewater Project

Significant improvements are planned for Meadville’s Wastewater Collection and Treatment System.  The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has approved $1.36 million in assistance.  The total project cost is estimated at $1.86 million and is expected to be completed by April 2022. During this project, the city will install the necessary equipment to transform its current system to land-apply treated water. […]

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