Camp Rainbow will hold its annual chili, soup, and cinnamon roll fundraiser next week. The take-out only event will be at the Chillicothe Elks Lodge at 401 Harvester Road on February 5th from 11 to 2 o’clock. Free will donations will be accepted for choices of chili, soup, and cinnamon rolls. Food will be served […]
Multiple reports were given at the North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees meeting on January 25th. Math, Science, History, and Social Behavioral Sciences Division Chairperson Doctor Lindsay Oram reported the division currently represents 10 faculty members. In the fall, there were 11 faculty members in the division, and they taught 109 course sections and […]
Second Harvest Community Food Bank of Saint Joseph has canceled the fresh mobile pantry at the Life Point Church in Chillicothe on January 26, 2022, due to cold temperatures. More information can be obtained by calling 816-364-3663. Individuals can also call and sign up to receive text notifications about cancellations.
The Missouri Department of Corrections reports an inmate at the Chillicothe Correctional Center has died. Sixty-four-year-old Peggy Goodin was pronounced dead at the Saint Luke’s Hospital in Kansas City on Friday morning, January 21, 2022. An autopsy will be conducted. Goodin was serving a seven-year sentence for delivery of a controlled substance from Scotland County […]
No vote was taken at the Chillicothe Planning and Zoning Board meeting on January 24th regarding amending zoning at 901 and 903 Bryan Street. Gabrielson Management LLC submitted a petition to request the zoning be amended from high-density new multi-family residential to general commercial. Zoning Administrator Kevin Shira says Gabrielson Management wanted to change the […]
A panel of 20 Republicans and Democrats reportedly have agreed on a new map for the 163 seats in the Missouri House of Representatives. It’s a proposed map that makes several changes for our area legislative district. The House Independent Citizens Commission voted unanimously to approve the plan, which needed support from 14 members to […]
A Brookfield resident was hurt when the sports utility vehicle she was driving hit the rear of a truck that was stationary on the shoulder of westbound Highway 36 on Friday morning one mile west of Utica. Forty-year-old Megan Capps was taken to Hedrick Medical Center in Chillicothe with minor injuries. The operator of the […]
The Trenton R-9 School District will not be in session on January 20th or 21st due to inclement weather and student and staff illnesses. Classes will resume on January 24th for Trenton R-9. Trenton High School reports practices and activities will still be held on January 19th. Practices for January 20th and 21st are canceled. […]
The Livingston County Health Center reports 52 COVID-19 cases have been added since January 14th, bringing the total to 2,873. There are 136 active cases. The health center has KN95 masks available. They can be picked up at the office in Chillicothe. Staff asks that you wear a mask to enter the building. If someone […]
The Chillicothe Historic Preservation Commission meeting scheduled for January 18th has been canceled due to illness. City Clerk Roze Frampton reports the meeting will be rescheduled for a later date. Nuisance hearings scheduled for January 19th have been postponed until the February 16th hearing date. Notices of the change will be mailed this week.
Information has been released on action taken on personnel items in an executive session of the Chillicothe City Council January on 10, 2022. Police Dispatcher Andrew Perkins employment was terminated and Samuel Wright was hired as a full-time police officer. No other information regarding the individuals was released
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will provide six free waste pesticide collection events in 2022. All of the events will be open from 8 a.m. to noon and are open to all Missouri farmers and households. March 12 – Fisher Delta Research, Extension, and Education Center, 147 W. State Highway T, Portageville March 26 […]
A man has been arrested for alleged felony failure to register as a sex offender less than two weeks after he registered with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Department. Twenty-four-year-old Jonathan Patrick Patterson was arrested on January 12th. He registered on January 3rd. Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports Patterson was convicted in Livingston County in […]
A Chillicothe woman faces three felony charges after she allegedly pushed a man to the ground on January 10th. Forty-nine-year-old Kelly Jane Frazier has been charged with third-degree assault, third-degree assault involving a special victim, and resisting arrest, detention, or stop by fleeing. Her bond was set at $5,000 cash only, no surety. She is […]
A report of a baby being taken by medical helicopter to Children’s Mercy Hospital the night of January 10th with what were described as serious injuries led to the arrest of a 27-year-old woman. Online court information shows Jessica Nicole Gamble of Chillicothe has been charged with abuse or neglect of a child involving serious […]
A report the evening of January 10th of an alleged assault and three individuals injured led to the arrest of a Chillicothe man on two counts of an alleged violation of an order of protection for an adult. Thirty-four-year-old Daniel Smith was taken to the Daviess DeKalb Regional Jail. Online court information shows bond was […]
A resident of Chula was injured Tuesday when the car she was driving traveled off Highway 65 near Chillicothe, struck a billboard pole, small trees, and a fence. Fifty-seven-year-old Cynthia White was taken by EMS to the Hedrick Medical Center in Chillicothe with minor injuries. The car received extensive damage in the accident at 10:30 […]
Chillicothe is featured in an episode of the Missouri Humanities Council Small Town Showcase. The show tells how Chillicothe became known as the Home of Sliced Bread. It also features museums, murals, businesses, and community members. The Small Town Showcase is posted on the Missouri Humanities Facebook page.
The Chillicothe City Council took action on health insurance matters on January 10th. The annual health insurance opt-out policy was adopted. City Clerk Roze Frampton reports if an employee opts out of receiving coverage through the city’s health insurance, the city will pay the employee $127.71 per month. The council also passed a motion involving […]
The Jamesport City Council on January 10th approved raising the city clerk’s pay by $1.00 per hour to $15.50 per hour. The raise is due to added responsibilities from the loss of Utility Superintendent Trent Brewer, who died on December 25th. An ad for a utility superintendent will be placed in the Tri-County Weekly as […]