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Chillicothe News - Chillicothe, MO
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Updated at 12:24 PM

  For the first time since this millennium, Chillicothe High School’s basketball Lady Hornets have had a player named to an All-State team. The first honoree of the 2000s is 2014-15 sophomore Whitney Clampitt, who...

Updated at 12:21 PM

Girls second to Salisbury at Brookfield yesterday BROOKFIELD — Facing more opponents than they expected, but universally from smaller schools, the Chillicothe High School track-and-field Hornets rode triple winner Cole...

Updated at 12:19 PM

Michael Morrill, age 68, a resident of Chillicothe, Missouri, passed away on Sunday, March 29, 2015, at Centerpoint Medical Center, Independence, Missouri. Michael Morrill was born the son of Carl and Vivian (Gardner) Morrill on March...

Updated at 12:10 PM

Shirley Ann Moorshead, a resident of Kansas City, Missouri, passed away on Monday, March 30, 2015, at Liberty Hospital, Liberty, Missouri. Shirley was born the daughter of Claude Abner and Hermine (Rothacher) Herrington on September 24,...

Updated at 12:08 PM

Joshua Miller, 26, will begin his training and official duties as a Chillicothe Police Department Officer on April 14, 2015. Miller was employed following a 4-0 vote (Councilman Tom Douglas had an excused absence) by the city council in...

Updated at 12:00 PM

 A Chillicothe business that has been owned and operated by the same two people for 61 years has changed hands. Joe and Dorothy Singer were in their early 20s when they purchased Chillicothe Locker Storage from Walter S. Ratcliffe...

Updated at 11:57 AM

 An historic building at First and Elm streets in Chillicothe is now under new ownership. The building was the home of Frank Bench’s Chillicothe Baking Company, where commercially-sliced bread was invented and sold to the...

Posted at 11:30 AM

April Fools jokes usually only bring joy to the people who thought of the nefarious idea.

Updated at 11:24 AM

President Barack Obama on Wednesday authorized a new U.S. government approach to deterring cyberattacks: financial sanctions against malicious overseas hackers and companies that knowingly benefit from the fruits of cyberespionage.

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