Troopers Update Information for Accident Near Jameson 03/10
The Missouri Highway Patrol updated the information
about the accident near Jameson on Sunday morning. The report now states
four people were injured, including one with serious injuries, in a single
vehicle accident. 28 year old Elizabeth A Hogan's injuries were upgraded
to serious injuries. She was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center and
later to North Kansas City Hospital for treatment. The accident happened
at 12:45 Sunday morning and according to the Highway Patrol, Hogan was
driving east on Jordan Avenue, west of Jameson, when she lost control on
the gravel, went off the road and struck an embankment and the vehicle
overturned. Her passengers, included her children - 4 year old Maryjane
Rice and 9 year old son, Gabriel Loucks - both with minor injuries and
twenty-four year old James Wilson of Bethany had moderate injuries
The children were wearing safety belts, but Hogan and
Wilson were not. Loukes and Wilson were taken to Cameron Regional
Hospital for treatment. Rice was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center
and later to Children's Mercy Hospital.
Woman Injured and Arrested Sunday Evening 03/10
A Bosworth woman had minor injuries in a single vehicle
accident Sunday evening. Fifty year old Lori G Bruce of Bosworth was
taken to Carroll County Memorial Hospital for treatment following the
accident at about 6:14 Sunday evening. The Highway Patrol reports Bruce
was southbound on Missouri 139 in Carroll County when she drove off the
right side of the road and struck a guardrail. Bruce was wearing her
safety belt at the time of the accident.
She was later arrested for alleged Driving While
Intoxicated and was processed and released.
National Honor Society Induction 03/10
The National Honor Society will induct 21 new members
into the Chillicothe Chapter next Monday. The ceremony will be held at
the Gary Dickinson Performing Arts Center Monday at 7:00 pm, with the
address presented by Bill Shaffer, a teacher at Grand River Technical
School and Chillicothe High School Coach.
The list includes:
Senior: Amanda Hendrick.
Juniors: Megan Churchill, Lauren Haley, Bailey Henry, Carley Hibner,
Noah Holland, Alyxis Jennings, Carlee Johnson, Hannah Leamer, Chelsea
Long, Ridge Maasdam, Brooke Nelson, Sarah Rapp, Elizabeth Rule, Lindy
Saunders, Hailey Seeley, Haelee Shady, Matt Shaffer, Ali Stephens,
Savannah Sturguess and Kaylee Thieme.
Three Injured in Accident Near Jameson Sunday 03/10
Three people were injured in a single vehicle accident
near Jameson Sunday, including a 4 year old girl. Twenty-eight year old
Elizabeth Hogan of Jameson had moderate injuries, her four year old
daughter - Maryjane Rice had minor injuries and twenty-four year old James
Wilson of Bethany had moderate injuries in the accident that happened at
12:45 Sunday morning. According to the Highway Patrol, Hogan was
eastbound on Jordan Avenue, west of Jameson, when she lost control on the
gravel, went off the road and struck an embankment and the vehicle
overturned. Hogan and Wilson were not wearing safety belts and were taken
to Cameron Regional Hospital for treatment. The child was treated at the
scene for minor injuries.
Chillicothe Police Report 03/10
Chillicothe Police Officers investigated a report of a
child taken by a non custodial parent. The officers were called to the
1100 block of Broadway. The report says the child was taken without the
consent of the custodial parent. They were found a short time later and
the officers determined it was a civil custodial issued and no arrests
were made. The child was returned to the custodial parent.
An investigation of a stolen debit card in the 1200
block of Washington Street resulted in the arrest of a woman. Johnna
Lynne Boyd was arrested for alleged stealing and resisting arrest. She
was taken to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.
Theft was reported in the 1000 block of Graves Street.
The investigation resulted in the arrest of Amber Walton for alleged
trespassing, possession of a controlled substance and on a parole
violation warrant. Walton was taken to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.
A fight in progress was reported in the 600 block of
Webster Street. Those involved were gone when the officers arrived.
Officers also investigated an accident in the 1700
block of Morningside Drive. The accident happened when a vehicle was
backing from a parking stall and hit a parked vehicle. Minor damage was
Troopers Arrest One Sunday Morning 03/10
A Chillicothe woman was arrested by State Troopers
Sunday morning. At 1:30 am, Troopers arrested 26 year old Patrisha S Bay
for alleged Driving While Intoxicated and failing to drive on the right
side of the road. Bay was processed and released.
Hunter Education Skills Class Offered 03/10
A spring Hunter Education Skills Session is offered
March 19th at the Litton Agri-Science Center Classroom. Students must
complete the on-line knowledge portion or pick up a book at
the Chillicothe Conservation office. All of the review questions in the
book must be completed before attending the skills session. Students must
be 11 years old to be certified and proof of age is required. If you have
purchased a heritage card or permit since 1996, you need to bring them to
the class. The class is March 19th, from 5:30-9:30pm.
For more information, call Conservation Agent Jake
Strozewski at 973-3813. You will need to register online at
Grand Oak A 5 Time Winner 03/08
The Chillicothe Education Association's annual
Chillicothe Team Trivia Championship was another win for Team Grand Oak.
Co-organizer Patricia Howard says the event raised funds to help local
students continue their education.
Over the 14 years of the contest, they have raised more
than $20,000. This year they had 30 teams participating. Team Grand Oak
has won the event five times now. KCHI had a good showing with two teams
again this year. The AM team, KCHI Radio Active was 4th and KCHI FM Radio
Flyers was 7th.
Daylight Saving Time BEGINS Sunday 03/08
This Sunday, Daylight Saving Time begins. That means
at 2:00 am Sunday, we officially move our clocks FORWARD one hour. That's
right, spring forward.
Most people will change the clocks before going to bed
Saturday evening. When you change the clocks, remember to change the
batteries in the smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in your home.
Daylight Saving time begins this Sunday morning; it
will end on November 2nd, when we regain that hour of lost sleep.
Troopers Report One Accident and One Arrest 03/08
A Carrollton man was injured when the car he was riding
in struck a deer Friday night. At about 11:00 pm on Route H near Avalon,
46 year old Roberta M Burton of Urich was westbound when she struck a deer
and then went off the road and struck the ditch. The State Highway Patrol
reports Burton was not injured, but her passenger, 56 year old Steven K
Myler of Carrollton had minor injuries and was taken to Hedrick Medical
Center for treatment. They were wearing safety belts at the time of the
Troopers in Sullivan County arrested an Osgood man
early this morning on several drug related charges. Thirty-seven year old
Floyd L Jarrett was taken to the Sullivan County Jail on charges of
alleged felon in possession of a fire arm, possession of Methamphetamine,
possession of Methamphetamine paraphernalia, possession of marijuana and
unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. Jarrett remains in custody on a 24
Storm Spotter Training Tuesday 03/08
The Spring and Summer storm season will arrive very
soon and now is a good time to get yourself prepared. The Chillicothe
Fire Department is hosting the annual Storm Spotter Training Tuesday at
7:00 pm at the Family Life Center of Calvary Baptist Church.
The National Weather Service in Kansas City will have a
Meteorologist here to present the program that include how to identify
various cloud formations that are good indicators of a variety of storms.
There is no need to sign up and the class is offered
free of charge. Fire Chief Darrell Wright says his staff will also be on
hand to answer questions about their local operations during severe
The Storm Spotter Training is this Tuesday at 7:00 pm
at Calvary Baptist Church Family Life Center.
Voter Registration Deadline Approaches 03/08
Voters that plan to cast a ballot in the April 8th
municipal election will need to be registered to vote no later than March
12th. Voter registration can be completed at the County Clerks office.
Absentee ballots are also available for those that will
not be able to cast their ballot on the day of the election. Contact the
County Clerks Office for an absentee ballot. In Livingston County, call
646-8000, ext 3 or stop by the office on the second floor of the
Trenton City Council 03/08
The Trenton City Council will consider a couple
ordinances and discuss snow shoveling when they meet Monday.
Ordinances on the agenda include a service contract with Olson and
Associates and a Construction contract with CSE Enterprises.
New business includes a paver bid, approval of the
street overlay program, discussion of the Coggins test for horses and a
discussion lead by the mayor on snow shoveling of sidewalks.
The Trenton City Council meets Monday at 7:00 pm at
Trenton City Hall.
Chillicothe City Council Meets Monday 03/07
The Chillicothe City Council will hear from several
groups in preparation for the 2014/15 budget when they meet Monday
evening. The Council meets at 6:30 pm at City Hall. The agenda begins
with payment of bills and salaries. Appearances include: A hospital
update by Matt Wenzel and Board recommendations by the mayor.
The police chief will introduce a new officer.
Several non-profit organizations will make their
reports to the council and requests for funding. They include:
University of Missouri Extension Center
Small Business Development and Technology Center
Main Street Chillicothe
Chillicothe Chamber of Commerce
Summer Playground Association
An ordinance for the Oats Transportation contract will
be presented for discussion and approval. And there will be a discussion
on the renewal of the Rural Fire contract.
An executive session is planned if it is needed for
real estate, legal, and personnel maters.
County Commission Has Several Meetings 03/07
The Livingston County Commissioners are meeting
Tuesday, Wednesday at Thursday next week. The commissioners will meet in
regular session Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am in the commission room of
the courthouse and will handle county road and bridge matters and
administrative and departmental duties.
Wednesday is Student Government day. The commissioners
will meet at 9:00 am in the commission room. Students from Chillicothe
and Southwest of Ludlow are expected to visit the courthouse and learn
more about county government.
In addition, the commissioners will hold the annual
CART Rock meeting Tuesday at 6:00 pm in the FCS Services meeting room.
They will meet with representatives from the townships in Livingston
All of the meetings for the Livingston County
Commission are open to the public.