Chillicothe Missouri Police Department

Chillicothe Police Department investigates child molestation

Chillicothe Police Chief Jon Maples reports the department investigated five child victim cases this week, however, few details were released. The Detective Division is investigating the cases with assistance from the Patrol Division. The Detective and Patrol divisions have conducted a child sex crime recently. The police department also worked with partner agencies, such as […]

Missouri Soybean Association Website

Ronnie Russell of Richmond to lead Missouri Soybean Association

Ray County soybean farmer Ronnie Russell was elected as the new president of the Missouri Soybean Association during the annual meeting in Jefferson City. Following his installation at the Commodity Classic conference, Russell leads Missouri’s statewide advocacy organization for soybean growers. Ronnie Russell “I look forward to bringing farmers together to strengthen the Missouri soybean […]

Missouri Soybean Association Website

Laclede woman elected to Missouri Soybean Association’s board of directors

The Missouri Soybean Association welcomes a new farmer-leader following this year’s district director elections. Kate Lambert, a farmer from Laclede, was elected to the Association’s board of directors during the District 2 meeting on February 14 in Norborne. She joins her fellow board members in guiding the organization’s policy, advocacy and membership efforts. In addition […]

North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center

North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center to hold Champagne and DIamonds Masquerade

The North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center will hold its Annual Champagne and Diamonds Masquerade Event in April. The event at the Chillicothe Elks Lodge will feature diamond jewelry with a retail value of $2,000 donated by Lauhoff Jewelry. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will be served the evening of April 18th beginning at 5 […]

Runners in a race

Children’s Advocacy Center/Green Hills Animal Shelter to sponsor “Run, Walk, Wag”

The North Central Missouri Children’s Advocacy Center and Green Hills Animal Shelter of Trenton will hold a 5K/1K Run, Walk, Wag in March to benefit both entities. Same-day registration will begin at the children’s advocacy center in Downtown Trenton on the morning of March 7th at 7 o’clock. Bib and t-shirt pick up will start […]

Sue with Dr. Lenny Klaver, President, receiving her award at the annual MCCA convention held in Kansas City, Missouri.

Sue Nichols receives Missouri Community College Association Senior Service Award

Sue Nichols, Nursing Faculty/Online PN to ADN Coordinator of Albany, Missouri, was recently recognized by the Missouri Community College Association (MCCA) for her service to North Central Missouri College and community colleges. Sue received the 2019 Senior Service award at the statewide MCCA convention held in Kansas City, Missouri. This award is given annually to […]

Child Sex Crimes

Chillicothe Police Department begins investigation into sexual misconduct, enticement of a minor

The Chillicothe Police Department began an investigation Tuesday on sexual misconduct, statutory rape, sodomy, and enticement of a minor. Police Chief Jon Maples reports Chillicothe School staff contacted officers in reference to an allegation by a juvenile female in reference to the enticement of a minor while at home. Officers of the police department, Livingston […]

Green Hills Womens Shelter

Audio: Green Hills Women’s Shelter in Trenton seeking volunteers and donations as facility is at capacity

The Green Hills Women’s Shelter in Trenton provides support to domestic violence victims in a ten-county area including Grundy, Livingston, Harrison, Daviess, Putnam, Sullivan, Mercer, Caldwell, Clinton, and DeKalb. Cabral says the women’s shelter provides a multitude of services.     Support groups at the shelter are available seven days a week with advocates also […]

Missouri Supreme Court

Audio: Missouri Supreme Court ponders whether voter ID law’s sworn statement should stay or go

The Missouri Supreme Court is deciding whether voters without a photo ID must sign a statement at the polls swearing they are who they say they are. The state is challenging Cole County Circuit Judge Richard Callahan calling the language contradictory and misleading and ruling last year to get rid of the requirement. In Thursday’s […]