Planting Progress

While much of the fieldwork ahead of planting was completed, some of the area farmers are falling behind due to rainfall.  Livingston County FSA Executive Director Raysha Tate says corn planting is running long. She says soybean planting is taking place. As the corn is past the normal cutoff of May 15th for planting, some farmers may be switching to […]

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Winter Weather Advisories and Warnings

A winter Weather Advisory is issued for much of the KCHI listening area beginning at 6:00 pm and continuing to midday Saturday.  There is also a Winter Storm Warning for Northeast and North Central Missouri, including Sullivan County in the local area. National Weather Service Meteorologist Brad Temeyer says in the warning areas, there could be 6-9 inches of snow […]

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City Council Rejects Hydrology Study

A hydrology study to look at the flow of water and how it affects certain parts of the community was proposed and rejected at Monday’s City Council meeting.  The study was expected to cost $235,000 and would only identify problems and possible solutions.  City Administrator Darin Chappell says there are parts of the community that have flooding problems with any […]

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Busy Weekend for Mudcats

The Chillicothe Mudcats completed Friday’s suspended game on Saturday, only to have Saturday’s game rained out. Sunday was spent in Clarinda Iowa. KCHI’s Ryan Christofferson has the details from the roller coaster weekend. The Mudcats return home tonight (Monday 7/12) to host St Joseph. KCHI’s pregame show is 6:55 with first pitch at 7:05.

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Heavy Rains Over The Weekend

The storms that moved through the region over the weekend brought heavy rains to some areas, others saw hail. The official rainfall total in Chillicothe, at the Weather Station at the Litton Ag Center, was 2.1 inches for Sunday Independent reports include 6 inches in the Avalon area, 4 inches near Hale, and up to 8 inches near Milan. Hail […]

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