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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.
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.
Vehicle show set for Saturday in Jamesport
The Jamesport Community Association will present the 15thAnnual Car, Truck, Bike, and Tractor Show in downtown Jamesport Saturday, June 23rd.
Grundy County Nursing Home District board accepts resignation
A member of the Grundy County Nursing Home District board, Sherry Knapp, has resigned from that position. At a board meeting this week, her resignation was accepted by the remaining members of the board.
Ravenwood residents charged with felonies
MARYVILLE, Mo. — After a four-month sting operation conducted by the Nodaway County Sheriff’s Office, two Ravenwood residents have been charged with several felonies that involve selling methamphetamine near Northeast Nodaway R-V School and Ravenwood City Park.A probable cause report filed by Deputy
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.
Trenton Municipal Utility Committee to recommend accepting agreement for wastewater plant
The Trenton Municipal Utility Committee is recommending the city council next Monday night, accept an agreement involving phase two of projects planned at the wastewater treatment plant. At last evening’s committee meeting, engineers from Burns and McDonnell of Kansas City gave a presentation on the
BTC Bank to establish branch in Trenton
Tom Witten received his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Economics at the University of Missouri and his Graduate Banking Certification from Louisiana State University. He has more than 30 years of experience in the banking industry, and most of that time was in Trenton. Witten has served as a boa
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.
Chillicothe Fire Department responds to fire near airport
According to a news release, Harold Dewey was having hay baled in the field by his home when a bearing on the baler failed and over-heated catching two large round bales of hay on fire. The report stated one bale was dropped in the field while a second bale was carried over to a driveway not realizi
Chula Fire District responds to grass fire
The Chula Rural Fire District received mutual aid for a grass fire Monday afternoon.Chula Assistant Fire Chief Randy Horton reports Chula responded to the fire with two brush trucks, and Chillicothe provided one tanker. He says seven personnel were on the scene of the fire at 10493 LIV 261 that burn
Youth rescued from farm pond near Chula
While only limited information is available, reports say a youth was rescued Sunday afternoon after going underwater in a farm pond in the Chula area.Darrell Wright of Livingston County Emergency Medical Services says by the time the department arrived at the scene, a family member had pulled the vi
Weir named to All-State Second Team
“I was honestly kind of surprised,” Spencer Weir said. “I was surprised, but I’m pretty proud of that.”The text message that alerted the Northeast Nodaway star that he was selected to the Class 1 All-State Second Team caught the shortstop off guard, but to anyone who watched Weir play during his jun
Firefighters respond to fire in hay field
Firefighters from Trenton and the Grundy County Rural Firefighters responded to24th street and Pleasant Plain in Trenton Saturday afternoon where a fire burned less than one-half acre in a hay field.A Trenton Fire Department spokesman said hay was being raked at the time and the cause of the fire wa
Cameron, Mo. prison still on lockdown a month after riot
CAMERON, Mo. -- A Missouri prison remains on lockdown more than a month after aprotest turned into a riot, and officials with the union representing corrections officers worry that a staffing shortage could lead to more violence.
One life-flighted after crash south of Chillicothe
Twenty-six-year-old Ryan Schuermann traveled south on Highway 65 when his car crossed the center line and struck the driver side and rear duals of the northbound tractor-trailer driven by 66-year-old Edgar Hoyt of Shawnee, Kansas. The car skidded off the west side of the road, came to rest facing so
Head-on crash near Browning injures two
The driver of the car, 20-year-old Taylor Coram of Browning, was taken to Pershing Memorial Hospital in Brookfield with moderate injuries. A passenger in the pickup, 20-year-old Brittany Hollon of Purdin, was taken to Sullivan County Memorial Hospital in Milan with minor injuries. The driver of the
MoDOT tractor cutting grass strikes passing pickup south of Maysville
Thirty-six-year-old Robert Slawson of Saint Joseph drove south on Highway 33 when he began to pass a Missouri Department of Transportation tractor cutting the grass on the highway right of way. The tractor, driven by 33-year-old James Roberts of Pattonsburg, hit the driver’s side rear of the pickup
Stairway to nowhere shows where home used to be
They used to stand in front of a house, like the ones at 17 E. 49th St., but now no one walks up or down them. They’re just in front of a plot of land.
Chillicothe man loses appeal in Missouri Supreme Court
A jury found Joseph Fountain Perry guilty of possession of a controlled substance in 2015. The state advised at his sentencing that the range of punishment was five to 15 years in prison. The circuit court sentenced Perry, as a prior and persistent offender, to eight years in prison.