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Burn ban temporarily lifted in Livingston County
The burn ban for Livingston County has been temporarily lifted due to conditions temporarily improving with Thursday’s rain.Chillicothe Fire Chief Darrell Wright reports Livingston County Presiding Commissioner Ed Douglas has authorized the 48-hour temporary lifting of the ban to allow for necessary
11-year-old hurt in ATV accident south of Princeton
The Highway Patrol reports a boy from Spickard sustained minor injuries when he was pulled off an all-terrain vehicle about a half of a mile south of Princeton Wednesday morning.Eleven-year-old Tyler Coffman of Princeton drove west up a hill in a pasture on private property east of U. S. Highway 65
Aaron Tucker sentenced in beating death of Lock Springs man
The execution of the sentence was suspended, and he was placed on probation for a period of two years. Tucker was ordered to serve five days of shock detention with credit given for time served, pay all court costs, pay the boarding bill within 18 months, attend Alcoholics Anonymous, and prohibited
Mudcats Charge Back From 7-0 Deficit to Lead Sedalia by Run, Then Fall 10-8
By PAUL STURM, C-T Sports EditorCHILLICOTHE, Mo. — Playing with desperation, the Chillicothe Mudcats college-level baseball team charged back from a 7-0 deficit after 3-1/2 innings Thursday night to lead 8-7 after six. Their guests, the Sedalia Bombers, then displayed why they have the MINK League’s
Experimental Aircraft Association seeking donations to send youth to Advanced Air Academy
The Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 944 of Chillicothe is accepting donations for its 26thAnnual Breakfast Fly-In and Drive-In. The event will include a breakfast, lunch, and airplane rides at the Chillicothe Municipal Airport on August 25th.
Entries now being accepted for the North Central Missouri Fair Parade
Some of the categories in which entries can be judged include the largest family in the parade, the couple married the longest, the oldest woman and oldest man, most unusual entry, best business and non-business float, oldest motor car or truck driven in the parade, best restored tractor driven in t
Trenton’s Utility Committee tackles numerous issues at Tuesday meeting
UtilityDirector Ron Urton said a number of “hits” have occurred during fiber optics boring due to the city not having sufficient underground utility information for the lake area as it was annexed into the city many years ago. Scott Wilson, on behalf of Mid-States Services, said the underground work
Jailbreak Poker Run slated for September
The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce will host the Eighth Annual Jailbreak Poker Run in September.All vehicles are welcome to register at the Old Grundy County Jailhouse on Eighth Street in Trenton the morning of September 15thstarting at 11 o’clock.The poker run will begin at noon and travel a 160-
Celebrate Recovery expands meeting schedule in Trenton
Wattenbarger says the program helps turn hurts, habits, and hangups into love, peace, and joy. He has gone through the program and now wants to help others through the program.
Trenton Fire Department responds to vehicle fire
Firefighter Lane Beverlin says the vehicle at 202 East 24thStreet in Trenton, owned by David Thrun, was fully involved upon the fire department’s arrival. Crews deployed a hand line to extinguish the fire and a lawn mower near the vehicle received some damage from the heat.
Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission to convene August 6th
Trenton Planning and Zoning Commission will consider a request from Todd Grooms, in care of Tim and Laura Bland, for a conditional use permit. The request is to allow a business at 1242 Tinsman Avenue to be converted into a single-family dwelling.
Two charged in stabbing incident in Newtown
The man reportedly advised law enforcement that Palmer came towards him with what looked like a steak knife, and he tried to disarm Palmer before Hostetler jumped onto the man’s back. Palmer reportedly stabbed the man with the knife, and Hostetler allegedly stabbed him with a fork.
Investigation in Livingston County leads to two arrests
Livingston County Sheriff Steve Cox reports the Livingston County Associate Circuit Court issued arrest warrants for two Chillicothe residents Thursday based on a drug investigation in late May.Arrested was 57-year-old Rebecca Alvina Kirkpatrick in the 200 block of Walnut for two counts of alleged f
Livingston County Fair features a myriad of activities today
Multiple activities are planned as part of the Livingston County Fair at the Expo Center in Chillicothe Sunday afternoon and evening.The queen coronation will start at 2 o’clock with the style show modeling to begin at 3 o’clock. Registration for the baby contest also will start at 3 o’clock with th
Audio: Painting and maintenance on Trenton’s water towers continues
Both the exterior and interior of the water towers are inspected, repairs are made as needed, and the towers will be painted. Urton noted there’s a “curtain” covering the water tower to keep any spray paint from drifting onto neighboring properties.
Trenton R-9 Band to host fundraiser
An ice cream social will be held Saturday to help raise money for the Trenton R-9 band’s overnight trip to Branson.Director of Bands Tim Gilham reports the band will perform at the gazebo at Sesquicentennial Park at Five Points in Trenton Saturday night at 8 o’clock while the band boosters sell home
Screen printing & more offered by new business in Lock Springs
Tisha Perkins has opened a screen printing business in Lock Springs located in the southeast part of Daviess County on Highway 190. The work is done in-house at the shop and the inventory will be sold out of the Clear Creek Convenience Store, located on the Highway 190 curve through Lock Springs. Th
Western gives back with youth girls camp
"It's awesome," said senior Melia Richardson. "The kids have a great energy, and for me, it's special because you get the little Cameron group that comes up. And the St. Joe kids, they look up to us. Seeing them and their energy brings out our energy.
Trenton Administrative Committee and Utility Committee to meet Tuesday
The Administrative Committee meets at 6 o’clock with an agenda includes discussion of airport hangar rentals, camper trailers parked in driveways and streets, and a pool fencing ordinance.
Two from Trenton hospitalized after motorcycle strikes deer in roadway
Sixty-three-year-old James Ellis drove north on Route V when the motorcycle struck the deer that had entered the road. The motorcycle overturned, slid off the east side of the road before the driver and passenger, 45-year-old Susan Ellis, were ejected.