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Chillicothe Mayor Chuck Haney, who devoted his life to community service, worked at the Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune for 34 years and served as its editor and publisher from 1980 until 1998, passed away May 5 at Hedrick Medical Center in Chillicothe. He was 81. Haney was serving his sixth term as mayor, having been elected to the position first in 2007. It is unknown at this time whether Councilman-at-Large Reed Dupy, whose position also is that of mayor pro-tem, will be sworn in as mayor. Haney served as councilman-at-large from 2001 until his election as mayor in 2007. Haney was well-known throughout Missouri in media, sports, government and political circles and was known as, perhaps, Chillicothe's biggest promoter.
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Plans were put into action recently to move the Bethel AME Church from 202 Henry Street to a new location next to the Grand River Historical Society and Museum. The church, which was dedicated in 1868, is believed to be the first AME Church built north of the Missouri River post-Civil War. Brent Kline purchased the property the church sits on and has donated the church to the museum. With the help of two area foundations, the museum has raised enough funds to move the building, but an an additional $45,000 is needed just to complete phase one. To help the museum save this piece of Chillicothe history, tax deductible contributions may be made payable to the Grand River Historical Society and Museum, AME Church Moving Fund.
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The Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center is nearing completion; and the public is invited to tour the botanical oasis during an open house May 24, 2018, from 4 until 6 p.m. Light refreshments will be provided, and a program is slated to begin at 5:30 p.m. The Gardens project was constructed by the HMC Foundation at Hedrick Medical Center and funded through donations from individuals, business, organizations and foundations. Fundraising efforts are continuing for the $1.39 million Gardens project. The HMC Foundation has Missouri Development Finance Board tax credits still available. For more information, contact Lindy Chapman at 660-214-8107 or linchapman@saint-lukes.org for more details.
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Reed Dupy, who has served as Chillicothe councilman-at-large since 2017, takes the oath of office to serve as Chillicothe mayor, following the death of Mayor Chuck Haney on May 5. Dupy's wife, Terri, held the Bible. A vacancy now exists for the councilman-at-large position. The city is accepting applications from citizens of Chillicothe to fill that opening. Anyone interested has until Thursday, May 24, to submit an application. It is anticipated that the council will vote on the recommendation at the May 29 meeting. Applicants for councilman-at-large must be at least 21 years of age, have lived in city limits for at least one year, be a registered voter and a U.S. citizen. C-T Photo / Catherine Stortz Ripley
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Green Hills Public Golf Course
660-646-6669
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660-646-6107
Chillicothe Parks & Recreation
660-646-4424
CMU
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660-646-1664
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Street Department
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Animal Control
660-646-1006
Chillicothe Chamber
660-646-4050

Thursday, May 24, 2018

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