Livingston County Library

Experience A “Universe of Stories” during the Summer Reading Program at the Livingston County Library

Children of all ages are invited to join the Livingston County Library this summer for a ‘Galactic’ good time as the 2019 summer reading program, A Universe of Stories, blasts into action. This summer’s theme explores all kinds of space topics. Reading during summer vacation is important for children to help prevent the “summer slide” […]

(L to R) Dr. Sharon Weiser, NCMC Dean of Extended Campus, Noel Staddie, NCMC Early Childhood Instructor, Ashley Phillips, Director of CAP Head Start in St. Joseph

NCMC Dean and Instructor receive the Head Start Hero Award

North Central Missouri College Dean of Extended Campus, Dr. Sharon Weiser, and NCMC Early Childhood Instructor, Noel Staddie recently received the Head Start Hero Award through the Community Action Partnership Head Start of St. Joseph, Missouri. “The Missouri Head Start Association annually awards local community heroes that are exceptional community partners to Head Start Programs […]

Arrest

Authorities in Trenton report the arrest of Two

A Trenton man has been arrested and charged with burglary from an incident last week. Thirty-six-year-old Jonathan LeRoy Davis was arrested Sunday and accused of unlawfully entering an inhabitable structure, for the alleged purpose of stealing, at 30-39 East 10th Street. That’s the location for Richard’s (Ishmael) Used Tires.  Bond for Davis is $10,000 (cash […]

City of Chillicothe Website

Chillicothe City Council hires two 911 dispatchers

The Chillicothe City Council took action on two items during an executive session this week. Chillicothe City Clerk Rozanne Frampton reports the council hired Brenda Buck and Daniel King as full-time 911 dispatchers. The council also voted to pay Police Records Clerk Ellen Parrack $14.50 per hour with the final vote by the council four […]

CAFO Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation

Missouri House approves SB-391 that prevents counties from passing health ordinances aimed at CAFOs

The Missouri House of Representatives has given final approval to Senate Bill 391, legislation that would prevent counties from passing health ordinances aimed at large agricultural operations. The House voted 103-44 to approve the bill, which would prevent county health boards or county commissioners from passing standards stricter than state law. The Missouri House of […]