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Chillicothe City Council To Consider Increasing Tax Rate 
08/28  12pm
     The Chillicothe City Council will consider an increase in the tax rate as part of their meetings Monday. The Council members meet at 5:30 for a finance workshop. At 6:30 is the regular meeting, which will begin with a real estate contract for the old hospital property, and bids for a new pick-up for the fire department.
     A Public hearing will be held for consideration of the 2015 Tax Rate of .8799 per hundred dollar valuation. That includes .6868 for the general fund and .1931 for the park fund. The proposed rate in an increase of .0014 and would bring in an additional $5,100.
     The second public hearing is for a home based business at 2885 North Washington Street to make and sell cakes and cupcakes.
     Appearances include: The introduction of a new police officer, Declaration of October 16th as "Pink Out Day", An ordinance for the facilities agreement with the schools and Changing the airport board meeting schedule to quarterly.
     The City Administrator will have comments on the prison fence, rails to trails and a policy for false alarms.
     An executive session is also planned following the regular meeting of the City Council.

Fire Call To Grand River Health Care 
08/28  12pm
     The Chillicothe Fire Department responded to a report of smoke at Grand River Health Care Thursday afternoon. The call came in at about 3:30 pm and the fire crew arrived in three minutes.
     The fire crew arrived to find light smoke in the employee break room and found a wall air-conditioner failed and was leaking oil. They found no other problem and advised the facility to call for repairs. They were on the scene for about 30 minutes.

NCMC Scholarship Announcement 
08/28  12pm
     A North Central Missouri College student was recently honored at the Heartland Foundation Board meeting. Sarah Reeter of Chillicothe is the recipient of the E2 Education Empowers scholarship of $600 per semester and can be renewed for a total of four semesters. Reeter is attending NCMC as she works towards her Health Information Management degree.

In addition to the scholarship, Reeter also participates in the SSS program and is employed through the MDHE Default Prevention Grant to assist students with financial literacy.

Boards Consider Request To Vacate An Alley And A Variance 
08/28  6am
     A variance for a building and a request to vacate an alley will be heard September 8th.
     The Chillicothe Board of Adjustments will consider a request to build a 30 x 40 building at 100 St. Paul Street. The meeting will begin at 6:30 pm at city hall to consider the variance which is required because the building would not be allowed under the current zoning.
     The Chillicothe Planning and Zoning Commission will hold a public hearing as they consider vacating an alley at 7:00 pm. The city received a request to vacate an alley between St. Louis Street and Milwaukee Avenue, as well as between Bridge and Montgomery Streets. This will require a second public hearing will be held during the Chillicothe City Council Meeting on September 14th.

Chillicothe Police Report  
08/28  6am
     The Chillicothe Police report includes four arrests.
     Wednesday, officers arrested Justin Thomas Lycan for alleged burglary and stealing in the 1100 block of Jackson Street. He is held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.
     Matthew Caleb Hicks was arrested Wednesday for alleged shoplifting in the 1200 block of North Washington Street. He was processed and released.
     Thursday, officers arrested Joshua Christopher Caudill for alleged fraudulent use of a credit device in the 900 block of Third Street. He is held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.
     A domestic disturbance investigation in the 400 block of Ryan Lane resulted in the arrest of Christopher Lee Mills for alleged domestic assault. He is also held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.

Two Area Residents Arrested  
08/28  6am
     State Troopers arrested two area residents Thursday and overnight.
     On Thursday, 32 year old JR Archuleta of Spickard was arrested in Grundy County at about 3:15 pm on multiple charges. They include alleged possession of a controlled substance, driving while revoked, DWI with drugs, Careless and Imprudent Driving resulting in an accident and no seat belt. He is held at the Grundy County Law Enforcement Center
     Early this morning, a Carrollton man was arrested in Johnson County. At about 1:20 am, 20 year old Garet A Miller was arrested for alleged DWI. He was processed at the Warrensburg Police Department and released.

New Laws Go Into Effect 
08/28  6am
     Several new laws go into effect today. These laws were approved by the state legislature earlier this year and were approved by the governor. Here are just a few of the new laws.
     There is now a cap to the fines and court costs cities can collect on traffic violations. The total fines collected by a city can now not exceed 20% of the city's annual revenue.
     Computer data centers may now qualify for a tax exemption on computer equipment, internet and utility costs. The exemption is tied to investments and job creation.
     Driving law changes include: allowing vertically mounted license plates on motorcycles and trailers. Ignition interlocks may now be kept on a vehicle longer if the lock has been tampered with or the user exceeds the legal limit three times in a six month period.
     Child proof packaging is now required for E-Cigarettes.
     Sex education in public schools must now include information about the dangers of online predators.
     Restaurant owners will now only be responsible for collecting income tax on cash tips that are reported to them by the workers.

North Missouri Sportsman Alliance Fun Day  
08/27  12pm
     The 2nd annual North Missouri Sportsman's Alliance Family Fun Day will be September 12th at the Livingston County Fairgrounds. President Steve Shoot says the day provides a variety of FREE activities.
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     The North Missouri Sportsman's Alliance was formed to help provide outdoor educational programs and Shoot says they support the Share the Harvest Program.
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     The North Missouri Sportsman's Alliance Family Fun Day is September 12th, the same day as Chautauqua. Shoot says Mom can have her day with the crafts and entertainment while dad and the kids have their fun. Programs through the day will include duck calling, catfishing, training hunting dogs, handgun safety, wild turkey tips, trapping and cooking wild game.

Not To Early To Prepare For Labor Day Travel 
08/27  12pm
     The Labor Day weekend is one of the biggest travel holidays of the year, and while we are still a couple weeks away, this is a good time to think about you plans. Sergeant Jake Angle from the Missouri Highway Patrol says check out your route, check out your car and be prepared.
     Angle says when you are ready to go, make sure someone knows what your travel plans are.
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     When you are traveling, be it on the Labor Day Holiday or any time of year, if you see problems or have an emergency, the Highway Patrol is there to help.
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     That number to call again is *55 on your cell phone.

Farm Income Affects Rural Economies  
08/27  6am
     Weather related crop reductions, lower crop prices and other factors may mean the nations farmers will defer some bigger purchases this year, The USDA says that could have an effect on the rural economy. Agriculture Department Senior Economist Warren Preston says projections show a decline this year.
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     Even those farm families that have off farm income are expected to see their income decline and that will trickle down into the communities across the country.

Chillicothe Police Report  
08/27  6am
     Assault and a couple of accidents are in the Chillicothe Police Department's report.
     Tuesday, officers responded to a report of an assault in the 1700 block of Maple Street. The investigation led to the arrest of Nancy Pearl Robb for alleged assault. She was held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail pending the filing of formal charges.
     There were no injuries in an accident Saturday, at South Washington and Ryan Lane. Vehicles driven by Mark Kincel and Misty Worman collided, resulting in minor damage to the Kincel vehicle.
     Wednesday, an accident at Polk and Edgewood happened when Michael Mast swerved to avoid another vehicle that had swerved to avoid a collision. Mast's vehicle struck a utility pole, resulting in minor damage.

Troopers Arrest One In Livingston Co.  
08/27  6am
     An Overland Park, Kansas resident was arrested Wednesday in Livingston County. Twenty-one year old Tamboura Watson was arrested on a Platte County warrant for alleged unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, driving while suspended and speeding - 99 in a 65 zone. Watson is held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.

Burglary Investigation Nets 5 In Carrollton  
08/27  6am
     An investigation into a burglary of a business resulted in five arrests on a variety of charges. Wednesday, Carrollton Officers arrested two suspects that allegedly burglarized at least two businesses in Carrollton. During the investigation they found they may be involved with a stolen vehicle and trailer from the same area as the businesses. The vehicle, trailer and other items were recovered.
     During the investigation, the officers discovered and obtained a search warrant for narcotics and additional stolen property. Three others were arrested for alleged possession of a controlled substance, receiving stolen property and conspiracy to distribute a controlled substance. All five suspects are held pending the filing of formal charges.
     The Carrollton Police Department was assisted by the Carroll County Sheriff's Office.

Local Farmer Wins National Contest  
08/27  6am
     A local farmer was the winner in a national contest sponsored by Caterpillar Equipment, based in Illinois. David Beck, from rural Chillicothe was awarded free fluids and filters for a year. The fluids and filters will be used on the Caterpillar compact track loader used on Beck's 1500 acre livestock and crop farm. The presentation took place earlier this month at the Beck Farm, with representatives from Foley Equipment.

Feedback Sought on Peace Officer Training Standards 
08/26  12pm
     The Missouri Department of Public Safety is seeking input from the public on law enforcement officer training standards. The Peace Officer Standards and Training or POST Commission will hold public hearings around the state to gather suggestions for changes to the required training. The hope is to gather input from Missourians, including law enforcement agencies, advocacy groups and other stakeholders.
     The meetings will begin in Springfield at Ozarks Technical Community College in Springfield, September 1st at 1 pm. Additional public hearings will be held in Jefferson City, September 17th; St. Louis, on the 23rd; Sikeston September 29th, Kansas City October 7th and Kirksville October 14th.
     The Governor directed the POST Commission and DPS to develop new rules by December 1st, to improve access to effective and ongoing training in the key areas of tactical training, fair and impartial policing, and the health and well-being of officers.

Truck Driver Injured in Roll-Over Accident  
08/26  12pm
     The driver of a grain truck was injured when he swerved to avoid hitting a school bus. The accident happened on Missouri Highway 11 near Rothville at 7:35 am (Wednesday), when 55 year old James E Klein of Laclede was southbound. He told state troopers the bus had come to an abrupt stop in front of him and he swerved off the right side of the road. His grain truck hit a sign and overturned, coming to rest on the driver's side. Klein sought his own treatment for minor injuries.

Trenton Approves Tax Rate  
08/26  12pm
     The Trenton Tax Rate was approved and the Council said no to boats on the reservoir. The Council met Tuesday night for a public hearing before their council meeting. They approved the rate of 1.0883 per hundred dollar valuation, with no comments from the public. The rate is the same as last year.
     The mayor led the discussion on a request to allow boats, but not motors on the big reservoir. The council hard and approved a motion to NOT allow boats on the reservoir. Fishing will still be allowed on the city reservoirs.
     Bids were awarded to AECI for power poles for the city utility. They purchased a total of 38 poles of various sizes for a total of $10,428. That's an average price per pole of nearly $275.
     The contract for the hanger lease with Life Flight Eagle was also renewed.

NCMC Tax Rate Set  
08/26  12pm
     The tax rate for North Central Missouri College was set by the NCMC Board of Trustee's Tuesday. The rate approved was .3949 per hundred dollar valuation, which at 100% collection would generate revenues of nearly $349,000 for the college.

Old Time Harvest Days  
08/26  6am
     The Livingston County Steam and Gas association met recently. Their 29th annual Old Time Harvest Days will be September 25th and 26th at the Livingston County Fair Grounds. This year's featured tractor is the Massey Harris/ Massey Ferguson.
     The annual event will include an Apron Show, Pedal Pull for all ages, Quilt Show, Parade of Power, Tractor Rodeo, Square Dance and a Draft Horse Pull.
     In addition there will be displays and demonstrations for threshing, rope making, cider making, weaving, arts and crafts, sawmill, corn shelling and grinding and so much more.
     Camping is available on the grounds. The admission is $5 for a two day pass and 12 and under are admitted free with an adult.
     Friday September 25th will be kids day and traditionally there are several schools that will bring students to this event.

Chillicothe Police Report Four Arrests  
08/26  6am
     Chillicothe Police Officers report four arrests.
     Monday, a domestic disturbance in the 1100 block of Clay Street resulted in the arrest of Wendy Lee Pryor for alleged domestic assault. She was processed and released.
     Tuesday, Abigail Deneece Ashbrook was arrested in the 10 block of South Washington on a Caldwell County warrant for alleged burglary, trespassing and property damage. She was processed and released to Caldwell County.
     Officers arrested Jonathan Patrick Patterson and Trevor James Petree for alleged Shoplifting at the 1000 block of Graves Street. They were processed and released.
     A domestic disturbance was reported in the 1300 block of Jackson Street. Officers found the incident was verbal. The couple was separated and no arrests were made.

Nominations Open for Appellate Court Judge  
08/26  6am
     Missouri's Appellate Judicial Commission is seeking applications and nominations to fill an opening on the Missouri Court of Appeals Eastern District. The opening is the result of the retirement of Judge Clifford H Ahrens after nearly 25 years.
     Citizens are encouraged to nominate well-qualified candidates for the commissionís consideration. The Missouri Constitution requires a judge of the Missouri Court of Appeals be at least 30 years old, licensed to practice law in Missouri, a United States citizen for at least 15 years and a qualified Missouri voter for at least nine years preceding selection.
     Nominations should be sent to or mailed to: Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District Judge Vacancy, PO Box 150, Jefferson City, MO 65102. Nomination forms are available here.

Gallatin Tax Rate Set  
08/26  6am
     The Gallatin Board of Aldermen approved a tax rate of .8697 per hundred dollar valuation Monday evening. The Board members held a tax rate hearing prior to the regular meeting. The rate includes: .6267 for the general fund, .2230 for the Park Fund and .0200 for the Band Fund.
     As part of the regular meeting, an ordinance was approved for a contract with the Daviess County Arts Council. The amended contract includes an amount of $2,000 for services.
     The Gallatin City Administrator is beginning the work on the 2016 city budget. Requests can be presented through the council members.
     An archery ordinance for the City of Gallatin was discussed. The mayor wants to hear from the Park Board before they move forward.

Brunswick Man Has Moderate Injuries In Rollover  
08/25  12pm
     A Brunswick man had moderate injuries in a single vehicle accident in Howard County, south of Fayette, Monday evening. State Troopers report 41 year old Neil Yung of Brunswick was northbound on Highway 5 at about 7:30 pm and did not make it through a curve. He went off the right side of the road, overcorrected and the vehicle went off the left side of the road and overturned, coming to rest on its top.
     Yung was wearing a safety belt and was taken to University Hospital in Columbia for treatment.

MDC Seed Buying Begins In September  
08/25  12pm
     The Missouri Department of Conservation's annual Seed Buying will begin September 23rd in Chillicothe. Resource Forester Phil Sneed says the MDC will collect a variety of seeds again this year.
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     The seed that is collected is purchased for use at the George O White State Nursery in Licking. The seed is then grown into seedlings that are sold to the public in the spring. The nursery grows more than 70 different species of trees and shrubs. Each year it processes more than 13,000 orders and ships about 4 million seedlings.
     Sneed says they do have some basic guidelines for the seed they purchase.
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     The seed buying dates in Chillicothe include: Wednesday, September 23, Tuesday, October 6 and Wednesday, October 21, from 2:00 to 6:00 pm each day.
     For more information call the Chillicothe office at 660-646-6122.

Deputy Qualifies To Train Other Law Enforcement  
08/25  12pm
     One of Livingston County's Sheriff's Deputies is qualified to train others in methods of ground control. Deputy Nicholas Leadbetter attended training to be a Tactical Law Enforcement Close Contact Defense Instructor.
     Leadbetter is now a certified instructor in different methods of ground defense which consists of maintaining control, arm locks, vascular restraints, and positional control which helps officers to gaining control of combative and resisting individuals who may be trying to harm themselves or others.
     Sheriff Steve Cox is notifying area law enforcement and jail administrators of the potential opportunity to receive the training from Leadbetter.

Girl Scout Registration Night  
08/25  6am
     Tonight is Girl Scout registration night. The Chillicothe Girl Scouts will have their registration night from 5:00 to 7:00 pm at the Girl Scout Little House, located near the west entrance to Simpson Park, on Country Club Drive. This come and go event allows parents to register their daughters and get connected with troop leaders, where they can get additional information and ask questions.
     If you are not able to attend or just need more information, call Carrie Hibner at 247-0312.

Three Arrests In Police Report  
08/25  6am
     Three domestic disturbance calls and a couple of arrests are in the Chillicothe Police Department report for Monday.
     Officers arrested Loralee Gutierrez in the 900 block of Vine Street Monday. The arrest was on a Grundy County warrant for alleged failure to appear on a charge of alleged forgery. Gutierrez was unable to post bond and was turned over to Grundy County Authorities.
     Eleven traffic citations were issued Monday for speeding in a school zone.
     There were three domestic disturbance calls Monday. Officers were called to the 900 block of Webster, where they arrested Ricky Shoemaker and Holly Farris for alleged domestic assault. They were both held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail. The other two calls did not result in arrests. The calls were to the 1000 block of south Washington Street and 400 block of Walnut.
     No injuries were reported in an accident at Ryan Lane and Washington Street where one vehicle ran into the back of another that was stopped at a red light.

State Troopers Arrest Two  
08/25  6am
     State Troopers in the local counties arrested two out of state residents Monday night.
     In Caldwell County at about 7:00 pm, Angela Mann of Fraser, Michigan was arrested for alleged possession of marijuana and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. She was taken to the Caldwell County Detention Center.
     In Daviess County at about midnight, 26 year old Forrest Zimmerman of Philadelphia was arrested for alleged possession of a Class A controlled substance, possession of marijuana, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia and speeding (85 in a 70 zone). He was taken to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.

Two Brunswick Residents Injured in Accident  
08/25  6am
     Two Brunswick residents had minor injuries in a single vehicle accident in Randolph County Monday. Forty-six year old Terry Ford and forty year old Jennifer Ford were taken to Moberly Regional Medical Center following the accident at about 9:15 pm. According to the Highway Patrol, Terry Ford was eastbound on US 24 near Moberly when he hit a deer in the roadway. They were wearing safety belts.

Trenton Council Meets Tonight For Tax Rate and Council Meeting 
08/25  6am
     It is meeting night for the Trenton City Council, and that meeting will include a Tax Rate Hearing. The Trenton City Council meeting will start at 7:00 pm at Trenton City Hall. City Administrator Kerry Sampson says tonight's tax rate hearing includes a request for the same rate as last year.
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     Also on the agenda, an ordinance will be presented to adopt the rate. The Council will also consider an ordinance to continue the Hanger Lease with LifeFlight Eagle.
     Bids will be awarded for electric poles, the mayor will lead a discussion for a gas extension on Serendipity and Sampson says Trenton's Mayor will lead a discussion on allowing boats, but not gas engines on the big reservoir.
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     An executive session is planned for a personnel matter

4th Forum For R-II Facilities Set  
08/24  12pm
     The next public forum for the Chillicothe R-II School District's long range facilities plan will be September 17th. Superintendent Dr Roger Barnes says this is the fourth forum.
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     Barnes says the facility plan includes a potential bond issue that would be on the ballot in the spring of 2016.
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     The fourth Community Forum for the Chillicothe R-II School District is September 17th at 6:30 pm at the Performing Arts Center.

AYBF Fund Raiser Starts Saturday
08/24  12pm
     The Farmers Electric Area Youth Benefit Fund, or AYBF, dinner and auction is this Saturday. Spokesperson Chasity Anderson says they have several great items donated to help raise funds to help children.
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     The Dinner and Auction will be Saturday. Doors open at 5:00, the dinner is at 6:00 and the auction is at 7:00 pm.
     Anderson says the annual Golf Tournament is Monday the 31st.
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     For dinner tickets or to register for the Golf Tournament, call the Farmers Electric Office at 646-4281.

NCMC Board Tax Rate Hearing and Board Meeting 
08/24  12pm
     The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustee's meet Tuesday for a regular meeting and Tax Rate Hearing.
     The hearing on the Tax Rate is at 5:15 pm at the Frey Administrative Center. The public is welcome to comment and the proposed rate.
     The regular meeting will follow at 5:30. That agenda includes several reports to the board, the awarding of the NISOD Medal and a presentation by Ellison-Auxier Architects.
     Old business includes the approval of the 2015 Tax Levy and a change to the board policy manual.
     New business includes ATI invoices and personnel matters.
     An executive session is also planned if it is needed.
     The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustee's is Tuesday at 5:15 for the tax rate hearing at 5:30 for the regular meeting

Marceline Man Injured in Accident 
08/24  6am
     A Marceline man had moderate injuries in a single vehicle accident Saturday morning. Twenty year old Dakota Heaney of Marceline was taken to Pershing Memorial Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries from the accident at about 3:20 am Saturday. The Highway Patrol reports Heaney was northbound on Highway 5 when he drove off the left side of the road, struck an embankment, sign and then went airborne and hit the ground. He was wearing a safety belt at the time of the accident.

Chillicothe Police Report 
08/24  6am
     Animal neglect, protection order and theft are a few of the items in the report from the Chillicothe Police Department.
     Thursday, officers assisted the Juvenile Officer in the 100 block of Brunswick. Officers found malnourished animals at the home. Animal control removed eight cats and two small dogs and cited Courtney Archer for alleged animal neglect.
     Officers investigated a report of theft in the 300 block of South Washington Street. They were also advised of a property damage incident.
     Laquinton Johnson was arrested following a report of alleged violation of a protection order in the 1000 block of Graves Street.
     Burglary in the 1500 block of Webster is under investigation.
     Sunday, officers took a report of a local resident that fell victim to a computer scam. They had applied for a loan on line and sent a money gram to an address in California that turned out to be a vacant building the money gram went to an address in Canada.

September Street Closings
08/24  6am
     A couple of events in Chillicothe will close streets in the Month of September.
     The Chillicothe Police Department says on September 19th is the Kiwanis Kids Day Parade. The parade requires Webster Street to be closed from 9:00 to 11:00 am between Washington and Locust Streets. When the parade starts, they will close Washington Street from Webster to Clay, Clay Street from Washington to Locust and Locust from Clay to Webster.
     September 20th, Locust Street will be closed to traffic from Ann to Clay Street for the 2nd anniversary celebration for Life Point Church. The Street Closing is from 6:00 am to 1:00 pm.

Chillicothe Police Report  
     An accident, arrest and property damage are in the Chillicothe Police Department report for Friday.
     Officers arrested Madison D Lowery in the 900 block of Sunnyview on a Livingston County warrant for alleged endangering the welfare of a child. She posted bond and was released.
     The investigation of property damage reported August 3rd in the 1200 block of Webster Street is complete. Friday, Chillicothe Police officers arrested Cody M Lamp for alleged property damage. He was cited and released.
     No injuries were reported in an accident on Vine Street near Fifteenth. The accident happened when a driver backed from a driveway and hit a parked car.

One Injured In Accident Near Trenton
    A St. Joseph resident had minor injuries in an accident near Trenton Friday afternoon. State Troopers report Brent Thiel of St. Joseph refused treatment for minor injuries at the scene of the accident on Missouri Highway 6, five miles east of Trenton. The accident happened when a vehicle driven by 19 year old Jaclyn Durbin of Chillicothe was westbound and had slowed for a flagman in a construction zone. Thiel did not slow appropriately and attempted to avoid a collision by pulling to the left and hit the Durbin vehicle. Durbin was not injured.

Troopers Report One Arrest In The Local Area  
     A DeWitt man was arrested by State Troopers Friday night in Carroll County. Forty-nine year old Richard Harper was taken to the Ray County Jail on the arrest for alleged DWI and failing to drive on the right half of the roadway.

New Restrictions For Mussel Fork Bridge  
     The 88 year old Mussel Fork River Bridge on US 24 near Keytesville is now restricted to 35 tons. The Missouri Department of Transportation reduced the weight limit due to significant deterioration of the bridges superstructure and substructure. MoDOT says ALL motorists must observe the new weight limit.
     The Mussel Fork River Bridge carries an average daily load of 1600 vehicles. MoDOT says the bridge is not currently scheduled for replacement. Northwest District Engineer Don Wichern says the number one concern is safety and if the bridge was not safe it would be closed. If further deterioration is found in future inspections, the weight limit could be lowered further.

MoDOT Projects In The Local Counties  
     The Missouri Department of Transportation will work on a variety of projects throughout the northwest part of the state in the coming week. That will include pothole patching, mowing, signage operations, pavement repairs, drainage work and shoulder work across the entire area. Some of the specific projects in the local counties include
Caldwell County
Resurfacing continues on Missouri 116, from Route 33 in Clinton County to Route D all week. A pilot car will direct motorists through the work zone.
There are two Culvert Replacement projects. Route J will be closed from Holly Street to Kidder Road on Tuesday. Route BB will be closed from Tri County Line Road to Sale Barn Road on Thursday.
Carroll County
Bridge Maintenance will have US 65 CLOSED at the US 24 / Highway 10 Bridge, Monday through Thursday.
Daviess County
Bridge Maintenance on Route B at Interstate 35 will continue Monday and Tuesday, with a 16-foot width restriction.
Grundy County
The resurfacing of Missouri Highway 6 in Grundy and Sullivan Counties continues weekdays from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm the road is reduced to a single lane during the working hours and a pilot car will guide traffic through the area.