City of Chillicothe

Chillicothe City Council fills Councilman Councilman At-Large position

The Chillicothe City Council unanimously approved an appointment for the Chillicothe Councilman At-Large position Tuesday evening. Chillicothe City Administrator Darin Chappell reports Mayor Reed Dupy appointed Tom Ashbrook for the position effective immediately. Chappell says Ashbrook replaces Dupy as the councilman-at-large. Dupy held the position until earlier this month when he became interim mayor after […]

Sliced Bread Mural

Large slate of activities scheduled for Sliced Bread Day 90th Year Celebration in Chillicothe

Multiple activities will be held as part of the Sliced Bread Day 90th Year Celebration in Chillicothe in July. Chillicothe Area Arts Council Administrator Mary Lou VanDeventer says a tentative schedule has been released for the celebration July 7th and 8th. The Grand River Museum plans to hold a bread contest with State Representative Rusty […]

Back to School

Mercer County organizations seek donations for “Back to School” event

The Mercer County Health Department and the Mercer County Ministerial Alliance are seeking donations from local businesses, individuals, and community organizations for their Back to School Event. The event at the Mercer County Fairgrounds in Princeton the evening of July 27th at 5:30 will provide children with recommended school supplies. The event will also include […]

NCMC - North Central Missouri College

North Central Missouri College Foundation reorganizes

The North Central Missouri College Foundation presented the Foundation’s Board Salute Award recently. Ketcham Community Center Director Nate Gamet received the award for his work on behalf of the college and the Foundation. NCMC Development Director Alicia Endicott says Gamet is a vital part of Holiday Hoops, which is sponsored by the Foundation. She adds […]

Audio: 100 deadliest days for teen drivers underway in Missouri

(MissouriNet) – Memorial Day unofficially marked what is known as the 100 deadliest days for teen drivers. Sergeant Jason Pace of the Missouri State Highway Patrol encourages parents to educate their teens about being responsible behind the wheel.     Car crashes involving teen drivers climb during the summer months because teenagers drive more during […]

Missouri State Highway Patrol

Patrol arrests two in Harrison County

The highway patrol reports the arrest two St. Paul, Minnesota residents Saturday night in Harrison County and accused them of possessing methamphetamine, possession of fewer than ten grams of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoid, as well as unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Thirty-two-year-old Nathaniel Polk and 25-year old Q’shawn Lucas were taken to the Harrison County Law Enforcement […]