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Chamois Day committee members Becca Mehmert, Dawna Keilholz, and Amanda Carter are pleased beyond measure at the turnout for Saturday’s “Celebrating Our Roots” … more
Chamois Day committee members Becca Mehmert, Dawna Keilholz, and Amanda Carter are excited about Saturday’s event sponsored by the Chamois Lions Club and welcome everyone to attend the 22nd … more
Gary W. Wood, 52, of Chamois, has been charged with first-degree domestic assault and armed criminal action following an Aug. 20 altercation at his home where he allegedly stabbed his brother … more
The Chamois softball team sponsored by Jerry’s Stop & Go and Roomerz Restaurant and Bar is not happy about paying a $25 fee for the use of the ball field at the city park, Nicole Backes … more
Organizers saw a good turnout on Saturday for the Chamois Summer Carnival.  more
Chamois aldermen approved a budget of up to $2,000 for the “Chamois Summer Carnival” to be held on July 16 from 6 to 9 pm. The event will include carnival games for kids to play that will … more
Chamois aldermen at last month’s meeting authorized Mayor Elise Brochu to spend $200 per month to provide activities for the kids in the community over the summer. The first event is scheduled … more
Chamois aldermen, at their meeting last Wednesday, came to an agreement with the delinquent water customer against whom the city had recently won a court case.  Judge Sonya Brandt ordered … more
Chamois Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Advisor Carol Clark took eight chapter members to the nation’s largest State Leadership Conference from April 10-12 in … more
Chamois R-1 art students — Braxton Uthe (K-2), Carly Schollmeyer (3-5), Brooklyn Whited (6-8), and Rylee Davis (9-12) — and their outstanding artworks were exhibited in the Missouri Art … more
A St. Louis man, Eric A. Pritchett, 32, has been charged in Osage County with first-degree tampering with a motor vehicle after being found asleep in a school bus last Wednesday, March … more
The City of Chamois collected $3,230.14 from past-due water accounts last month after sending out notices to disconnect customers’ water services. Mayor Elise Brochu reported to aldermen at … more
Chamois aldermen held a special meeting last Monday night to listen to water customers plead their case for a board-approved payment plan so that their water would not be shut off. Twenty-five … more
Chamois aldermen voted on Thursday to have City Attorney Amanda Grellner begin the process of garnishing the wages of Julie Walls, the delinquent utility customer against whom the city won a judgment … more
Chamois aldermen at their meeting last Wednesday approved the first amendment for professional engineering services for C.M. Archer Group awarding an additional $60,449 to the engineering firm for … more
Chamois aldermen last Thursday approved a bid from  Deer Creek Trucking and Excavating to demolish the old house on the property at 322 E. Missouri Drive. The property was donated to the city … more
Chamois Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) members are holding a food drive at school and in the community from Nov. 6-16. Students are collecting canned goods and non-perishable food items … more
 Defense attorneys from the Carlson Law Firm of Union on Friday asked Judge David L. Hoven to stay civil proceedings, discovery and requested a protective order for their client, Warren M. … more
Osage County Prosecuting Attorney Amanda Grellner and Special Prosecuting Attorney Richard Callahan on Friday outlined the evidence against Warren M. Taylor, 62, of Chamois, who has been charged with … more
Elementary students at Chamois, Linn, and St. George last week took part in a presentation by author, speaker, and youth mover, Brandon White, who attended Linn R-2 from 1996-2000 during grades … more
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