Baxter, Leamer are CHS Homecoming Royalty

The 2020 Chillicothe High School Homecoming is in the books with the traditional crowning of the King and Queen after Friday night’s football game. Mason Baxter was crowned King. Homecoming Announcer Bill Shaffer listed Baxter’s accomplishments This year’s queen was Ella Leamer. Shaffer announced her accomplishments. The Hornets Football team lost the game to the Cameron Dragons.

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New Look For Boo-Fest This Year

The 21st annual BooFest will be Saturday, October 31st, but because of COVID-19, there are changes this year.  Main Street Director Pam Jarding says they are teaming with the Chamber of Commerce this year and are collecting funds to fill goody bags. Jarding says on Halloween Night, BooFest will be held in the parking lot of First Baptist Church. At […]

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Chillicothe Police Activities Friday

In Chillicothe Police Activities on Friday: 12:22 am, Officers assisted another agency with checking registration on a vehicle in Lowe’s Acres. The subject no longer owns the vehicle. Information relayed to the questioning agency. 10:31 am, Officer out in the 900 block of North. Washington Street on an investigation, no other details were made available. 11:51 am, Officer checking reported […]

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Livingston Co Sheriff’s Department Arrests

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department recently made several unrelated arrests. 27-year-old Zachary Joseph Merrill of Chillicothe was arrested on a Grundy Co Warrant for alleged seat belt violation. 19-year-old Lee Forrest Burns of Brookfield was arrested for alleged Driving While Intoxicated after he was stopped for crossing over the center line multiple times on U.S. 65 highway. 55-year-old Jeffrey Allan […]

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Chillicothe Middle School Moves To Hybrid Schedule Starting Monday

The Chillicothe Middle School will begin a Hybrid Teaching schedule for their students beginning Monday.  Superintendent Dan Wiebers says 30% of the students at the middle school have been quarantined, resulting in the changes. Wiebers says under the Hybrid Plan, they have split the students that will attend based on the primary parent’s LAST NAME. Under the plan, the Hybrid […]

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CMU Household Hazardous Materials Drop-Off

The Chillicothe Municipal Utilities Fall Household Hazardous Materials drop-off will be September 26th.  Troy Figg from CMU Refuse Department says this is for Chillicothe and Livingston County Residents. Figg says they will not be accepting tires for this event.  He says this is for residential Household Hazardous Materials only.  Please no businesses.   If you have questions, call 646-1683.

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Turkey Hunters Asked To Participate In Research Project

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is asking Missouri turkey hunters to save and share feathers from birds they harvest this fall.  These feathers would be used as part of a new research project to help improve wild turkey management in Missouri. MDC will send participating hunters materials needed to submit feathers, including a postage-paid envelope for feather submissions. The […]

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Scammers Targeting Area Residents

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Department is warning of scammers calling residents of Livingston County and the surrounding area.  Sheriff Steve Cox says some callers are portraying to be a deputy with this office.  The caller was telling the intended victim they had a warrant for their arrest and needed to take additional steps (involved sending money or buying cards and […]

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