Automatic voting equipment will be tested at the Livingston County Courthouse of Chillicothe next week to comply with state law. The test will take place in the first-floor lobby on the morning of March 27th at 10 o’clock.
North Central Missouri College will host an Arts Forum and discussion on March 25 at 7:00 p.m. in the lobby of Cross Hall. The public is invited to join an open dialogue with Dr. Lenny Klaver, President, Phil Schlarb, Dean Emeritus, Jim Norris, Art Instructor, and Tyler Busick, Vocal Music Instructor about reviving the arts […]
Seventh District State Representative Rusty Black of Chillicothe reports the 100th General Assembly passed three Bills in the past week. Black reports one Bill related to ethics and prohibits lobbyist gifts to local government officials, superintendents, school board members, members of governing bodies of charter schools, and their staff. It prevents a “revolving door” by […]
The Missouri Supreme Court will determine whether a man was wrongly given capital punishment and whether the state’s death penalty law is unconstitutional. Former US Army soldier and Dent County Sheriff’s Deputy Marvin Rice was convicted of murdering the mother of his child and her boyfriend in December 2011. After the incident, Rice […]
The Missouri legislative session is underway and Senate Minority Leader Gina Walsh is already feeling it. Senate Minority Leader Gina Walsh says she’s tired of Republicans trying to reverse ballot measures passed by voters. Walsh opposes possible Republican plans to overturn a lobbyist gift ban, campaign donations limits and legislative redistricting.
Swearing in and retirement ceremonies will be held at the Livingston County Courthouse in Chillicothe December 28th. Six elected officials including Ryan Horsman, Circuit Judge; Michael R. Leamer, Associate Circuit Judge; Ed Douglas, Presiding Commissioner; Jane Gann, Circuit Clerk; Sherry Parks, County Clerk; and Amy Baker, Recorder of Deeds will be sworn in in the […]
The Salvation Army of Chillicothe reports 215 families in Grundy and Livingston counties with more than 300 children applied for assistance this Christmas season. Parents have shared two wants and two needs for each child with the Salvation Army, and those wants and needs have been placed on tags on Angel Trees at several locations […]
Longtime Trenton educator and author Thomas Virgil Brown died Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018, in Trenton of natural causes. He was 94. Mr. Brown, Tom to his family and many friends, was born Aug. 9, 1924, on his parents’ farmstead just north of Melbourne in Harrison County, the son of Thomas Armfield Brown, a state legislator, […]
North Central Missouri College will host a Legislative Forum in the Cross Hall Lobby on Monday, December 17. Legislators and officials will be in attendance representing area counties, regions, the state of Missouri, and federal representation. There will be a meet and greet from 10:00-10:30 a.m., followed by a semi-structured forum from 10:30-11:30 a.m. with […]
Missouri Governor Mike Parson signed an executive order Tuesday to make some changes to a previous order issued by former Governor Eric Greitens. The revisions apply to an executive order which adopted a code of conduct for employees within the office of the governor and the executive branch. The new document builds on […]
The Chillicothe High School Players present “The Big Town Where We Live: A Salute to Chillicothe” this weekend. The play will be performed at the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center of Chillicothe Saturday night at 7 o’clock and Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock. Communication Arts teacher Lisa Rule wrote and directed the play. She says […]