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County considers lowering gravel-road speed limits

“The speed limit we have now (55 mph) is not safe for anyone, you or other drivers, and lowering the limits would also curtail a lot of the dust,” Bishop said Tuesday.

DAILY NEWS - 2018-06-22 00:00:00

Trenton man facing multiple charges of statutory rape and incest in Livingston County

A rural Trenton resident, recently released from jail on a percentage bond, is to be in circuit court next month in Chillicothe.

KTTN.COM - 2018-06-21 17:16:24

Marshall Animal Shelter urges adoption of kitties in need of homes

"Kitten season" simply means mating time. Female cats come into heat during specific times each year. The pick is usually between May through June, and February through March. During this period of time, female cats can have several pregnancies. Young cats as early as 5 and months can get pregnant.

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2018-06-22 05:00:00

Families Suing Over Mysterious Deaths At Chillicothe Hospital To Get Their Day In Court

The families of five patients who died under mysterious circumstances in 2002 at a Chillicothe, Missouri, hospital got some bad news three years ago.


Teen injured after striking cow with car on Highway 65 north of Princeton

A Princeton teenager was injured Thursday night when, according to the Highway Patrol, the car he was driving struck a cow on Highway 65 north of Princeton.

KTTN.COM - 2018-06-22 11:22:59

Credit card skimmer found at Boonville gas station

Police said they don't know yet how many people will be affected, if any at all. They added a reminder for people to inspect the pump before starting, looking for skimmers or cameras which might capture video of the key pad where you might have to enter your PIN or zip code.

KOMU - 2018-06-22 22:49:00

Chillicothe City Council to hold workshop at upcoming Monday meeting

The agenda includes ordinances accepting a bid for the demolition of a structure at 1560 Calhoun and regarding deeding property to Chillicothe Area Christian Builders, reappointment of Lou Cowherd to the Parks and Recreation Board, and appointment recommendation to serve on the Railroad Board.

KTTN.COM - 2018-06-22 20:13:44

Jameson man to appear in Daviess County court on endangering a child and DWI

During the court appearance, Associate Circuit Court Judge Daren Adkins continued bond at $25,000 with a ten percent deposit allowed, along with various stipulations imposed upon release from custody. Adkison was bound over for arraignment July 11thin the Division One of Circuit Court in Gallatin.

KTTN.COM - 2018-06-22 09:47:09

Sedalia Parks superintendent reaches end of a slow build

“We built that,” he would say, motioning from construction to construction. “We built that, too.”

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-06-22 03:00:00

Excelsior Springs man charged with attempted rape

June 21, 2018 –Ryan Davis Halberstadt, 26, is charged with first-degree rape or attempted rape, armed criminal action, assault and unlawful use of a weapon.


Sweet Springs Board of Aldermen meet in closed session

The Sweet Springs Board of Aldermen met in closed session Monday, June 8, to discussed legal issues.

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2018-06-21 05:00:00

Trenton Building and Nuisance Board to meet Monday

A meeting will be held at the Trenton City Hall Monday evening June 25that 5:30. The agenda includes seven properties for the declaration of a nuisance, seven for public hearings, and two for findings of fact.

KTTN.COM - 2018-06-21 20:31:49

Alzheimer’s: Have the conversation ASAP

Chris Brown agrees. As director of Oak Ridge Assisted Living & Memory Care and Shirkey Nursing & Rehabilitation Center in Richmond, he has dealt with dementia patients for more than 30 years. Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia, Brown said, but dementia can also be alcohol- or stroke-ind

DAILY NEWS - 2018-06-22 00:00:00

Court Roundup: Robbery, shooting trials postponed to fall dates

A trial for a shooting and robbery suspect scheduled to begin Wednesday has been postponed. Henry L. Ward, 20, of Sedalia, will appear for trial at the Pettis County Courthouse in October instead of this week.


Sedalia to become hot spot of July 4 events

Miss Pettis County, sitting in back, travels down Ohio Avenue in patriotic fashion as she throws out candy to the younger parade watchers during the 2015 Fourth of July parade in downtown Sedalia. The Parks and Recreation Department is still looking for entries for the 2018 parade.

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2018-06-21 02:33:00

Companies in St. Louis, Lancaster, Springfield and Chillicothe, Missouri, Plan Expansion - Area Development

Five companies are expanding in The Show Me State, with plans to create 272 new jobs at a total capital investment of $32,175,000, bolstered by Missouri Department of Economic Development


Freedom of the Road Riders to host Spring Fling this weekend in Bogard

The event will be held Friday, June 22ndthrough Sunday, June 24th. Main Stage events for Friday night include a DJ and karaoke contest at 7 o’clock and Outlaw Jim and the Whiskey Benders from 9 to 1 o’clock.

KTTN.COM - 2018-06-21 15:07:41

Travelers swept in Green City twinbill

The Gophers' pitching limited Marshall's offense -- which had averaged 13 runs per game -- to two runs and five hits for the evening, winning a 9-2 opener and three-inning late game, 2-0.

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2018-06-22 05:00:00

Chillicothe man faces drug charges in Carroll County

Online information shows bond for Nathan Cahill was set at $25,000 pending an appearance in the Associate Division of Carroll County Circuit Court. The highway patrol online arrest report indicates Cahill, after being arrested, was taken to the Chariton County Jail on a 24-hour hold.


More details emerge on water rescue near Chula

The youth, whose name has yet to be released, was placed into an ambulance and taken to a hospital for medical attention. Darrell Wright of Chillicothe department of emergency services Monday told KTTN it was a family member who pulled the boy out of the pond.