Chillicothe Missouri Police Department

Chillicothe Police Department reminds residents of sidewalk snow removal ordinance

With the conclusion of the recent weather event, snow and ice accumulations have been deposited on the sidewalks. Chillicothe’s sidewalk snow removal ordinance requires residents and businesses to clear their adjacent public sidewalks of snow and ice in a timely manner.   Providing clear, safe sidewalks for pedestrian routes ensures access to jobs, schools, and services in the […]

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Highway 63 crash injures three

The Highway Patrol reports two Macon residents and one Farmington woman sustained injuries when a pickup truck slid on a snow-covered road and overturned one mile south of Jacksonville Friday afternoon. The driver, 23-year-old John Myers, and passenger 22-year-old Rose Masten, both of Macon, as well as passenger 24-year-old Daniele Janis of Farmington, were transported […]

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Two file for Fourth Ward Councilman

Two Trenton residents have filed for Fourth Ward Councilman for the April election. City Clerk Cindy Simpson reports former councilman Jim Bush and Bob McIntyre both filed for the Fourth Ward Friday. Other filings for the Trenton City Council include Nick McHargue and Larry Porter for mayor, Kenneth Weaver and Glen Briggs for First Ward […]

From left, Cindy Collier, Mayor Pro Tem; Thresa Kussman, City Council; Donald Grotjan, City Council; Joni DeWeese, City Clerk; Jeff Tindle, CCMH Chief Executive Officer; Kristen Butterfield, Brunswick Youth Development Initiative Committee President; Cindy Gilman, CCMH Associate Chief Nursing Officer; and Jessica Elliott, Brunswick Youth Development Initiative Committee Member. (Rachel Arth/CCMH)

Carroll County Memorial Hospital makes donation to Brunswick Youth Development Initiative Committee

Carroll County Memorial Hospital Chief Executive Officer Jeff Tindle presented the Brunswick Youth Development Initiative Committee with a $5,000 check Wednesday, January 9, at the Brunswick City Council meeting. “CCMH has many employees that reside in Brunswick and we have the honor of taking care of the healthcare needs of many residents,” Tindle said. “Rural […]

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Trenton Police Department warning residents of “Grandparent Scam” and “Emergency Scam”

The Trenton Police Department advises that several residents have recently reported receiving calls involving the “Emergency” or “Grandparent Scam”. An “Emergency Scam” is someone receives a call, email, or social media message from a person claiming to be a family member in distress. The person may claim to have been arrested while traveling overseas or […]