Paul Chandler

Motorcyclist nearly hits sheriff’s vehicle, later arrested on several charges

Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports an investigation into a motorcyclist driving in a careless manner without a helmet in the area of Polk and Miller streets in Chillicothe last weekend led to the arrest of a Kansas City man on several allegations. The motorcyclist allegedly nearly struck a sheriff’s vehicle head-on and refused to […]

Senior class in Jamesport provided instruction in Hands-Only CPR with AED

Senior class in Jamesport expands skills by learning CPR

Wright Memorial Hospital and Grundy County EMS worked together to provide a free “Hands-Only CPR class with AED instruction” to the senior class in Jamesport. “We are dedicated to working together to provide education to our communities,” said Bev Shaul, Clinical Director of Patient Care Services, Wright Memorial Hospital. “We had a great time interacting […]

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NCMC partners with Pleasant View school to provide reading experience for preschoolers

The North Central Missouri College Teacher Education Program partnered with the Pleasant View R-6 School District to provide a shared reading experience for preschoolers. NCMC teacher candidates helped with the shared reading and provided a hands-on learning activity related to what was read. Teacher Education Instructor Doctor Johannah Baugher says the partnership provided teacher candidates […]

Central Elementary students at Chillicothe learn how leadership connects with agriculture

Students from Mrs. Howe’s leadership class at Central Elementary School recently had a hands-on learning experience. The leadership group is the nature/agriculture group, the students get to meet once a week to learn how leadership connects with nature and agriculture. The Litton Crusaders assisted the class with helping them plant seeds to germinate in their […]

Dewey Elementary students at Chillicothe enjoy hands-on experience with baby pig

Students from Dewey Elementary kindergarten and first-grade classes were having a hands-on learning experience on February 10, 2017. The Litton Crusaders and the Livingston County Farm Bureau made this visit possible as part of the Thank A Farmer program. The students were learning about habitats and animals with assistance from the Litton Crusaders program. The […]