Dry Weather Allowing Planting05-16
Drier weather means farmers are getting into the fields.Livingston County Farm Service Agency Executive
Director David Meneely says they are starting to make progress on the corn
planting. <Audio: David Meneely 1>
Meneely says they expect about 35% of the corn to be planted by the end of
For soybeans, Meneely says there could be some planting going on. <Audio: David Meneely 2>
He says winter wheat is also looking good and the seed heads should start to
Chillicothe City Board Meetings05-16
The City of Chillicothe has several board meetings that
will take place next week.
The Parks and Rec Board meets
at at City Hall. The agenda includes the appearance for
Crime Victim's week and for an Eagle Scout project.There will be an update on ChilliBay and the Directors Report.
At , the Tree Advisory Board meets at City Hall.That agenda includes the 2012 Tree City
The Board of Public Works meets at the CMU Office at .The agenda includes bids for an air compressor for the Water
Department.There will also be reports
from the department heads and general manager.
At , the Railroad Advisory Board meets at City Hall.The agenda includes a review of financials
and "New Business".There
are few details of what will be discussed in the meeting.
Sheriff Seeks Information05-16
What seemed to be a sales person in Wheeling, may have been casing homes.Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox says
they have received complaints of a man in Wheeling on Wednesday, who was knocking on
doors and making inquires about satellite service and asking other
questions.Cox says the man is
described as a white male, about 5 foot 7 inches tall, wearing colored shorts
and a T-Shirt with “Dish Network” on it.The man was carrying a folder that also had “Dish Network” on it.The man was walking in the community and
was not seen with a vehicle.
Cox says a check with Dish Network indicated they did not have a salesperson
If you have any information about this person or have someone knock on your
do and it does not seem legitimate, call the Sheriff's Office at 646-0515.
Fire Destroys Car05-16
Fire caused severe damage to a car in a parking lot of a business in the 1000
block of Graves Street.At about Wednesday, the Chillicothe Fire
Department was called for a car smoking, but no flames showing.The arrived within a couple minutes and
found heavy smoke coming from under the hood and the windows of the car.
They put out the fire under the hood first then worked on the interior of the
car.They were on the scene for about
Woodworth Wants Speedy Trial05-166am
Attorneys for Mark Woodworth are requesting a speedy trial.A hearing has been scheduled for May 31st
on a motion filed by Woodworth's attorney, Robert Brooks Ramsey, calling for
a speedy trial.The hearing will be
held at before Judge Owens Lee Hull Jr
in the Clinton County Court in PlatteCity.This is the third trial for Woodworth who is accused of the murder of
Catherine Robertson in 1990.
The State Supreme Court overturned his conviction for a second time earlier
this year and Woodworth was released from prison on February 15th after
posting a $50,000 bond.
Trial for 2012 Murder In Galt Set For January 05-16
A man accused of murder in Galt in 2012 will go to trial in January.Thirty-four year old Patrick B Courtney of Galt, faces charges of alleged first degree murder and
armed criminal action for the shooting death of 32 year old Christopher
Molloy of Galt.The shooting occurred
September 20th of 2012.Sheriff's
deputies responded to the 911 call and during the investigation, it was
reported Courtney approached the sheriff and allegedly told him he had shot
The Murder Trial will be held in Trenton on January 28.
Troopers Arrest Trenton Man05-16
A Trenton man was arrested Wednesday afternoon in GrundyCounty.Twenty-six year old Corey A Hines was arrested by State Troopers on a Trenton warrant for alleged failing to
appear on a charge of stealing and for alleged no drivers
license, displaying invalid plates, no insurance and no seatbelt.He was taken to the Grundy County Jail
pending the posting of bond.
ChilliBay Opening for Memorial Day?05-1512pm
The new Chillii Bay Aquatic Center could open for Memorial
Day weekend, but a lot of things have to happen just right or it may be a few
days later.The slides are being
installed, painting of the pool is nearly completed and there is a
considerable amount of landscaping to do in less than two weeks.Chillicothe Parks Director Josh Norris says
they are making progress daily. <Audio: Josh Norris 1>
Norris says Memorial Day weekend is still the target. <Audio: Josh Norris 2>
Warm and DRY weather are what they need most of all.Rain and cold weather will slow the
progress and delay the opening.
Former Trenton Man In Custody For Attempted Murder05-1512pm
Charges of alleged attempted murder, assault and rape are filed against a
Marshal resident, who is formerly of Trenton.Sixty-four year old Eugene W Pattie Jr is
held at the Mercer County Jail.Pattie
was arrested Friday at the scene, after he allegedly shot 67 year old Dave Neimeyer three times, while he was in the woodworking
shop at his home in Mercer and then allegedly assaulted and raped Neimeyer's wife, Virginia.
Dave Neimeyer is hospitalized in Des Moines for treatment of the gunshot
Pattie, who was a long time radio personality in Trenton, is held at the Mercer County
Jail with no bond allowed.
Storm Siren Moved05-1512pm
One of Chillicothe's Storm Sirens was moved Wednesday morning.Chillicothe Fire Chief Darrell Wright says the siren located near the
Pool at SimpsonPark was moved because of the renovations
to the pool and the expansion of the parking lot.The siren was moved to Lambert Drive and Country Club Drive.The City worked with Blue Valley Public Safety, who assures them there
will be no lack of coverage because of the change in location.
A dog fight, an assault and an attempted break-in at a home are in the report
from the Chillicothe Police Department.
On Monday, officers responded to a report of a man displaying a knife at a
business in the 1100 block of Washington.The man was arrested for alleged assault and armed criminal action.
Officers were called to the 500 block of Clay Street for a report of an attempt to
break into a home.That investigation
On Friday there was a report of a dog attacking another dog in the 200 block
Herriman.The owner of the dog was cited for allowing
the dog to roam free and no current vaccinations or license.
A key for a Cadillac was turned into the police department.It was found on Friday in the 500 block of Park Lane.
An 18 year old man was arrested Tuesday in the 400 block of Walnut for
possession of alcohol by consumption.He was cited and released pending a court appearance.
Fire Injures Woman Smoking While Using Oxygen05-156am
Smoking while using oxygen resulted in injuries for a Ludlow woman.A fire in Ludlow on Monday resulted in a woman
flown to a Kansas City hospital.The Livingston County Sheriff's Department
responded to the report of the apartment fire that allegedly happened when the
woman was smoking while using oxygen breathing equipment.The woman suffered burns and the apartment
was damaged.Chillicothe Fire
Fighters, Dawn Fire and first responders were called to the scene and the
State Fire Marshal is also investigating the fire.
Retirements and Graduates Approved05-156am
Approval of four resignations and the official list of 123 CHS graduates were handled in the
executive session of the Chillicothe R-II School Board meeting.The Meeting was held at Monday at the District
office.The resignations include:
Dewey Elementary cafeteria staffer Rebecca Evans, CMS cafeteria staffer Nikki Jones,
Central Elementary custodian Jackie Melton, and GRTS welding program teaching
assistant Colton Reeter.
During the regular session, the board approved a contract with Quality
Network Solutions to outfit all schools in the district with wireless
internet access. The three year contract totals $99,340
No action was taken on the COPS grant as the board followed the
recommendation of Superintendent, Dr Roger Barnes.The board will continue to research the
grant that would add a second school resource officer in this district. The
grant would cover the 75% of the cost for a three year period, leaving 25%
for the district to pay.After that
time, the district would pay the entire cost.
Youth Alcohol Incidents Investigated05-15
Two youth alcohol incidents were recently investigated.One was on the northwest part of the
county.Sheriff Steve Cox says a few
people that are under legal age to possess alcoholic beverages were found
hiding in a home.Some alcoholic
beverages were found and evidence was gathered to further investigate the
source or supplier of beverages.Cox
reports the parents were contacted and came to the location where they took
custody of their children. A report is being submitted to the
On Monday, the School Resource Officer investigated a report of a student at
the ChillicotheHigh School allegedly in possession of a
bottle of intoxicating liquor at the school. The officer seized the evidence
and parents, school officials, and juvenile officer have been notified of the
Incidents At Schools Investigated05-156am
The Livingston County School Resource Officer and Livingston County Deputy
handled several investigations.They
A report of a juvenile illegally and inappropriately touching a female
student. The school, parents, and juvenile office are all aware of the
incident and addressing the issue.
He responded to the Alternative School for a reported of an "Out of
Control" student.The student was
physically restraint due to what was called assaultive
behaviors, in addition to yelling and screaming.The report states the student allegedly
bit, hit, and kicked the officer and had tried to do the same to teachers.
Appropriate reports were filed.
He also filed a report of a parent allegedly not providing their child with
an education. Reports were submitted to Livingston County Prosecuting
Attorney for consideration of charges.
Sheriff's Report Includes Two Arrests05-156am
Several items are in the report from the Livingston County Sheriff's
Sheriff Steve Cox says a report of peace disturbance is being investigated as
a known person allegedly sent a text message to a person asking why something
had happened and also threatened to kill the message recipient.
Chula resident reported a former spouse may have stolen a firearm when they
separated.The gun is now listed in
the law enforcement computer system as stolen.
Deputies investigated two reports of vehicle damage in Wheeling.A resident reported someone had cut spark plug wires on her
vehicle.Deputies also investigated a
report of rock chips to a windshield that happened on the same night as the
A report of lost or stolen license plates was investigated.
Arrests in the report include:
A 27 year old Chillicothe woman on a LivingstonCounty warrant for alleged possession of
controlled substance.Bond was set at
$10,000 cash for alleged violation of bond conditions.
A 44 year old Chillicothe man was arrested on a warrant for
alleged Domestic Assault. He was released on bond.
Stamp Out Hunger Results05-156am
The Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive once again provided more than a ton of food
to area food banks, thanks to the generosity of the area postal patrons.On Saturday, twenty-seven local letter
carriers and volunteers collected donations that were left by the mailboxes.The total this year was 2,800 pounds of
food that was then taken to the Salvation Army, House of Prayer and the
Livingston County Food Pantry.
Some area schools have already had their Graduation ceremonies, including Brookfield and Tina Avalon, but there are
several that will have graduation this Sunday. Chillicothe has Graduation Sunday at in the Gymnasium.Doors will open at 2 and overflow seating
is in the GaryDickinsonPerformingArtsCenter with live streaming on the big
Southwest of Ludlow will have Graduation Sunday at in their Gymnasium
And Trenton will also have Graduation on Sunday at .They will hold the Graduation Ceremony at the KetchumCommunity Center at NorthCentralMissouriCollege.
The end of the school year for everyone but the seniors goes beyond
graduation.Brookfield and Trenton will both end the school year on
the 23rd with a half day of classes.Southwest continues to the 29th with a half day and Chillicothe has classes until the 30th, also
with a half day of classes.
Bishop Hogan 8th Grade Graduation05-14 BishopHoganSchool has classes for Kindergarten
through 8th grade and the 8th grade class will have their graduation ceremony
on Saturday.Principal Pam Brobst says
it will begin with the mass at St. Columban's Church. <Audio: Pam Brobst 1>
Following the ceremony, the reception will be held at the school gymnasium.
The list of Bishop Hogan 8th Grade Graduates includes:
Peyton Moritz - Son of Brooklyn Walker and Travis Moritz
Hunter Haakonstad - Son of Kim Haakonstad
Lillian Stover - Daughter of Krystle Stover
Maggie Leatherman - Daughter of Dan and Patti Leatherman JalynnReeter - Daughter
of Jamie and Julia Reeter
Monica Holland - Daughter of Ike and Leslie Holland
New Officers For Trenton PD05-1412pm
The Trenton Police Department has added to their numbers.Two new officers have been hired by the
city; they areJoshua Miller of
Emporia, Kansas, and Jennifer
Plummer of Chillicothe.They fill two recently vacated posts at the
Trenton Police Department.
Chief Tommy Wright says both have prior policing experience; Miller currently
serves with the Emporia Kansas Police Department and Plummer is a former
Deputy with the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office.He says both will be an asset to the
Trenton Community.They will begin
working with the department in late May or early June.
Gallatin Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident05-14 A Gallatin man died in a motorcycle accident Monday
afternoon on Highway 13.Twenty-six
year old Jesse A Brown was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident near
Jameson.Brown was northbound at about
when he failed to
make it through a right hand turn and the motorcycle went off the road and
overturned.Brown was ejected and the
bike traveled across the road before coming to rest.The State Patrol reports Brown was wearing
his helmet at the time.This is the
third fatal accident in the month of May for Troop H in the Northwest part of
the state.It is also the 11th
fatality for the year for the troop.
Clear progress can be seen on the new Hedrick Medical center, both from the
outside and from the inside.A month
ago, many of the outside walls were up, but not completed to enclose the
building, on Monday, the City Council toured the building to find the
exterior walls are in place and the stud work on the interior walls is well
underway.The roof of the main
hospital building is complete and they are working on the roof of the MedicalOfficeBuilding. The council was told weather has
cost the crews valuable time on the construction, about two weeks total, but
the contractor is still targeting mid November for substantial completion of
Some of the work taking place now includes in wall rough in of electrical,
plumbing and other fixtures.They are
also working to install windows and exterior doors that will allow for
keeping the building dryer and controlling humidity levels, which will be
important when they start on the drywall and other surfaces.
Photos: Above-ER Walk In
Entrance Right-Main Entrance from
inside Below-Panoramic view from second floor
towards Golf Course
City Property To Be Sold05-14
The City of Chillicothe will sell six pieces of property through a bid
process.The City Administrator Ike
Holland made the request to sell two small lots and four lots that are big enough
to build on.The council approved the
recommendation and set minimum bids on several of the parcels.
The property located at East Herriman and Third Street is considered small and there
will be no minimum.
The other small lot is at 104 Lily and will have a minimum bid of $500.
The other four lots will all have minimum bids of $1,000.They are located at 1111 Clay Street, 200 Wise, 316 Martin and 220
Calhoun, and a bid notice will be posted in the CT.If you have questions about the properties,
contact ChillicotheCity Hall.
Council Approves Bids05-146am
Chillicothe Truck Repair and Towing is selected as the preferred towing
company for the city, primarily for response to requests from the police
department or emergency services.Three companies had submitted bids on the services for the city and
Chillicothe Police Chief Rick Knouse made his recommendation to the council
while noting there are two companies that were eliminated from the bidding
because of pending legal action. <Audio: Chief Knouse 1>
Other bids approved by the council at Monday's meeting included a air cooled concrete saw from Tighton
Fastener and Supply of Omaha for $10,555.That saw will handle up to a 30 inch blade.
The council also approved the bid for demolition of four houses at a cost of
$31,600.The bid was awarded to Red
Rock, a company from Hamilton.Their bid was more than $55,000 less than the other bid
submitted.The houses to be torn down
are at 634 Missouri, 211 Third Street, 1113 Locust and 215 Wise.
Park Board Appointments05-146am
The ChillicotheParks and Recreation Board has two new
members.Mayor Chuck Haney presented
his recommendations to the City Council on Monday.They are Eric Turner and Chad Mayne.The appointments are to fill unexpired
terms on the board.Both were approved
The Chillicothe Police report includes several arrests and reports of theft.
The arrests include:
a man on Washington Street near Bryan Street for driving while suspended. a man near Polk Street and Miller for driving while
revoked. a woman in the 200 block of Washington Street for DWI. a woman in the 200 block of East Herriman Street for DWI. a woman on a Warrant for failing to appear on a
charge of stealing. a man in the 200 block of Washington Street for driving while suspended. a man in the 400 block of Park Lane for minor in possession of
alcohol. a woman in the 1000 block of S. Washington for driving while suspended. a woman in the 100 block of Webster Street for driving while suspended. a man in the 1000 block of Walnut Street on a warrant for shoplifting.
Officers responded to a loud music complaint at a home in the 700 block of
Cowgill resulting in three arrests for minors in possession of alcohol.
Thefts in the report included several items taken from a home in the 1300
block of Dorney Drive, a report of the theft of
money and medication from a home in the 200 block of East Polk Street; a
report of a license plate stolen from a vehicle in the 100 block of Trenton
report of a lawnmower stolen from a home in the 100 block of East Bridge
Street;and a report of the theft of a
50" television from a home in the 1300 block of Green Street.
CHS Senior Calendar05-13
This is the final week for the Chillicothe High Schools Seniors and on
Sunday, 123 members of the Class of 2013 will participate in the graduation
ceremonies.CHS Principal Brian Sherrow says Preparations are underway
for the graduation ceremonies in the Gym and the seniors will have their
final day of classes on Wednesday. <Audio: Brian Sherrow 1>
Sherrow says Friday the schedule for the seniors begins at . <Audio: Brian Sherrow 2>
Sherrow says there will be overflow seating in the PAC with live streaming on
the big screen.
The 2013 Missouri Legislative Session comes to a close Friday, that means
just a few more days before they close up shop in Jefferson City.Representative Mike Lair says this year's
budget bills were sent to the governor last week and the budget look pretty
good. <Audio: Mike Lair 1>
Lair says a troubling part of the budget is they are spending twice as much
on entitlements as they are education.
He says the education budget shows some improvements. <Audio: Mike Lair 2>
Lair's bill to deal with Failing School Districts ran into some snags when it
was attached to another piece of legislation he opposed, but he says there is
still time to work on the original version.
Evening Story Time05-1312pm
A spring Story Time on Thursday will introduce the Livingston County Library
Children's Department Summer Reading Program.Children's Department Director Judith Shoot says the program this week will
begin at and last about 30 minutes. <Audio: Judith Shoot 1>
At this week's story time on Thursday, you will be able to sign up for the
summer reading program that starts June 5th at 10:00 am.
Little Otter Lake Reservoir Project05-136am
It's slow progress for the Little Otter Lake reservoir project in CaldwellCounty.Caldwell County Economic Developer and Lake Project Coordinator Terry
Rumery says it is something CaldwellCounty needs. <Audio: Terry Rumery 1>
Rumery says they project is going well, but they are dealing with several
levels of government agencies which can take time.He says they are in the permitting process
Rumery says they have a target date set for the construction of the lake. <Audio: Terry Rumery 2>
Rumery says there are only two lake projects like this in the US, and both are in North Missouri.The one in CaldwellCounty and another in SullivanCounty which is bigger, but not to the
same point as the Little Otter Lake Project.
Four DWI Arrests Sunday Morning05-13
Four arrests for Driving While Intoxicated are in the report from the
Missouri Highway Patrol for Sunday morning.
Troopers in LinnCounty arrested a 44 year old Brookfield man at about .The man was taken to the Linn County Jail and later released.
Three arrest for DWI were reported in CarrollCounty.
At about , troopers arrested a 21 year old man from Hale, at , a 55 year old Hale man was
arrested and at , a 26 year old Bosworth man was arrested.
All three were released to a responsible person.
Stamp Out Hunger05-11
Today is your opportunity to Stamp out Hunger by taking part in the annual
Stamp Out Hunger food drive.This is
the 19th year the Chillicothe Post office has participated.Last year the Chillicothe post office collected 3,400
pounds of food that was donated to the local food bank and food pantry.
Postal patrons are asked to leave a non perishable food donation by their
mailbox Saturday morning.A postal
employee or volunteer will be around to pick up the donations.Suggested items include canned fruits and
vegetables, soups, dry cereal, pasta and other non perishable items.They are asking that you not donate glass
containers or outdated items.
Item can also be dropped items off at the post office, where a box is located
in the lobby.
If you have questions, call the post office at 646-1133.
Arrest At Mitchell Road05-11
State troopers in LivingstonCounty arrested an Illinois man following a reported road
rage incident near the Laclede junction.At about , troopers arrested 48 year old Eric Neathery of Girard, Ill for alleged unlawful use of a
weapon and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia.
Reports indicate the man allegedly showed a weapon as he was westbound on US
36.A truck driver called the highway
patrol to report the incident and provide information about the vehicle.That vehicle was stopped at Mitchell Road and US 36, Troopers were assisted
by the Chillicothe Police Department and the Livingston County Sheriff's
Department. Neathery was turned over to the Linn County Sheriff
Four Injured in Four Accidents05-11
Four accidents around the KCHI listening area Friday left four drivers with
minor injuries.The accidents were
investigated by the Missouri Highway Patrol.
At in SullivanCounty, 42 year old Shawn Hicks of Chula
was injured when he went off the south side of Highway 6 and struck a utility
pole.He was taken to WrightMemorialHospital in Trenton for treatment.
At , in LinnCounty, an accident on Route M near Brookfield happened when 85 year old Kenneth
Burns of Brookfield failed to yield and hit a vehicle
driven by 18 year old Cammie Ward of Browning.Ward was taken to PershingMemorialHospital for treatment.
At , in LinnCounty, an accident on Missouri Highway
5 in Laclede left 30 year old Kinsey L Bell of Linneus injured.The accident happened when she drove off
the right side of the road and struck an embankment and tree.She was taken to PershingMemorialHospital for treatment.
An at 8:05 pm, in Grundy County, 51 year old Laura L Wilson of Spickard was
injured when she was eastbound on Highway 6 near Trenton and went off the
south side of the road and struck a tree.She was taken to WrightMemorialHospital in Trenton for treatment.
Hicks, Burns and Bell were wearing their Safety Belts, Wilson was not.
Chillicothe City Council
The Chillicothe City Council will have a Hospital site tour, workshop and
regular meeting Monday.The Council
members will meet at the hospital at to tour the site and see the
progress on the construction.The tour
is followed immediately by the workshop at the construction office.
At , the City Council returns to City Hall for the regular
meeting.That will include accepting
bids for residential demolition, an air-cooled concrete saw and for towing.
They will hear an update from MainStreet Chillicothe; an ordinance will be
presented to authorize the mayor to execute all documents related to the demolition
The mayor will make recommendations to fill openings on the Parks and
Recreation Board.A resolution will be
presented to accept the employee of the year policy.The City Administrator will lead a
discussion on city property and there will be a request to move the May 27th
meeting to the 28th because of the Memorial Day Holiday.
An executive session is planned for legal, real estate and personnel matters.
The Chillicothe City Council site tour, workshop and council meetings are
open to the public.
Trenton City Council
The Trenton City Council will consider three ordinances and a
resolution when they meet Monday.The
meeting begins at at TrentonCity Hall.The ordinances include:for a
consulting agreement for the airport project; a conditional use permit for
constructing a restaurant and living quarters at 1039 Oklahoma Avenue,
currently zoned Mixed Use;a zoning
change for 710 East 24th from Mixed Use to Community Business.
A resolution will be considered that is required for rural development.
New Business includes accepting bids for demolition and a street sign.
A Closed Session is planned for real estate and personnel matters.
The Trenton City Council meetings are open to the public.
Graduation List on School Board Agenda
A special meeting of the Chillicothe School Board will include and executive
session to approved the list of 2013 Graduates.The School Board will meet Monday at at the District Office.The open agenda includes consideration for
district wide cabling and wireless access and the COPS Grant.
The executive session includes the approval of the list of graduating
seniors.They will also consider
resignations and hiring of staff.
County Commission Meeting Schedule
The Livingston county Commissioners will have several meetings to attend next
On Monday, The commissioners meet at in the commission room to discuss
plans for emergency preparedness.That
will be followed by a meeting in the second floor courtroom.
Also at Monday, Commissioner Todd Rodenberg will attend the SALT
Academy Board Meeting and at will attend the Green Hills
Community Action Agency Board meeting in Trenton.
Tuesday, the Commissioners meet in regular session at .At , they will discuss maintenance of the courthouse copiers
Wednesday at , the commissioners will be providing tours of the
courthouse for the Central School Students.
Thursday, they commissioners meet at in regular session.At , they will consider Depository
Both regular meetings will include county road and bridge matters and
administrative and departmental duties.
CHS Senior Awards05-105pm The 2013 Chillicothe High School Senior Class was honored
this (Friday) afternoon with the presentation of the Senior Awards.CHS Principal Brian Sherrow provided the welcome
for the event that included the presentation of nearly $1.3 million dollars
in grants, scholarships and other awards.That includes $180,500 in local money presented by individuals,
organizations and foundations.
One of the most prestigious awards presented each year is the Jerry Litton
Leadership Scholarship that was presented by Ed Turner, a member of the
Litton Family Foundation. <Audio: Ed Turner 1>Grant Peterson
Another award that is highly sought is the Virginia Wall Scholarship that was
presented this year by Mayor Chuck Haney.Two awards were presented this year, a $3,000 scholarship to Caela Ashford and a $2,000 scholarship to Grant Peterson.
Two Livingston County AFA Scholarships were awarded in the amount of
$4,200.They went to CyrstenLollar and Derek Gray.
KCHI Radio plays apart in the CHS Senior Awards with a couple of
presentations.Sports Director Randy
Dean made the presentation of the KCHI-Leatherman Communication Scholarship
of $500. <Audio: Randy Dean 1>Elizabeth McCoy
KCHI General Manager Dan Leatherman and Noel Gott
from Investor's National Bank presented the $200 "A for Achievement
Awards" Designed to recognize the High School Seniors who have
maintained an excellent academic record.Qualification is based solely on grade point average.Leatherman had the list of this year's
recipients in alphabetical order. <Audio: Dan Leatherman 2>
Congratulations to all of this year's A for
Achievement Award winners.
Adams, Caela Ashford, Kyle Bagley, Abbey Brinkley,
Lane Clark, David Hershberger, Grant Peterson, Chase Reeter,
Emily Rosenbach and Maura Sturguess.
Chillicothe Summer School05-1012pm
Enrollment for the Chillicothe R-II Summer School program is taking place
right now and classes will begin at the end of the month.Superintendent Dr Roger Barnes encourages
parents to sign their children up soon. <Audio: Dr Barnes 1>
Barnes says there is no break between the end of the regular session and the
beginning of summer school. <Audio: Dr Barnes 2>
To register, you can call your child's school or the district office.
Teens Injured in Accident Near Linneus
Two Brookfield teens were injured in a single vehicle roll over accident
Thursday evening in LinnCounty.Eighteen year old Spencer Nickell and his 16
year old passenger, TeganZiebarth
were both taken to Pershing Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries
in the accident that happened at about 6:30 pm, when Nickell
was westbound on Route P, east of Linneus.The vehicle went off the south side of the road and overturned.They were both wearing their safety belts.
The Chillicothe Police report includes several arrests and investigations
over the past few days.
Thursday, Chillicothe Police Officers made an arrested in 900 block of Washington Street for possession of a controlled
substance and drug paraphernalia.
Animal cruelty was reported at a home in the 400 block of Polk Street. The investigation resulted in a
ticket for animal neglect and the dog was taken by the Humane Society.
Chillicothe Police Officers arrested a woman in the 600 block of Walnut Street for stealing from a business in
the 1000 block of Graves Street.
Property damage to a vehicle was reported in the 100 block of Calhoun.
Property damage was reported Tuesday in the 300 block of Dickinson.
On Tuesday, an unlicensed vehicle towed from the 1400 block of Cooper Street after several attempts to contact
the owner were unsuccessful.
A 32 year old was arrested in the 400 block of Paul Street on a Probation/Parole warrant and
that person was also cited for possession of drug paraphernalia.
A 21 year old was arrested near Trenton and Mechanic Street on a Probation and Parole
On Monday, Officers arrested two people at a home in the 300 block of Walnut Street for possession of marijuana and
A traffic stop at 12th and Alexander Street resulted in the arrest of a 62
year old for DWI, failing to stop for a stop sign, and no turn signal.
Domestic disputes were investigated in the 300 block of E. Jackson Street and 1800 block of Clay Street. Both were verbal and no
arrests were made.
A Marceline woman was arrested in Randolph County Thursday evening.At about , troopers arrested the 32 year
old woman for possession of less than 35 grams of marijuana, unlawful use of
drug paraphernalia and speeding.The woman
was taken to the Randolph County Jail pending the posting of bond.
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