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CHAMOIS — Members of Chamois Fire Protection District did a controlled small structure burn on the evening of April 23, 2024. “This is a training exercise and assistance in trying to … more
CHAMOIS — Seventeen members of the Chamois and Morrison Volunteer Fire Departments, as well as one employee of Chamois Ag Supply, completed Basic Grain Engulfment Rescue training on Saturday, … more
Dylan J. Minor, 27, of Chamois, pleaded guilty to production of child pornography on July 20, 2023. Minor was recently sentenced by U.S. District Judge Brian C. Wimes to 15 years in federal prison. … more
CHAMOIS —Chamois Aldermen approved eight different policies and procedures at their meeting on Wednesday, March 20.   All policies and procedures went into effect immediately. … more
CHAMOIS —In a special me eting April 10, Chamois aldermen approved an ordinance establishing a curfew in a public place for any minors under age 17 not accompanied by their parents. The … more
It was standing room only March 24 at Chamois City Hall as residents aired their grievances about problems in the city to the Chamois Board of Aldermen. Residents discussed concerns with … more
FRANKLIN COUNTY   —   Warren M. Taylor of Chamois, 65, who pleaded guilty on March 6 to the July 2021 murder of Chamois residents Leonard and Pauline Gerloff, was sentenced to life in … more
CHAMOIS — At their March 12 meeting, Chamois aldermen adopted two new ordinances outlining a traffic code and regulations for all vehicles, including All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs), Utility … more
OSAGE COUNTY   —   An emotional scene unfolded last Wednesday, March 6, at the Osage County Courthouse as Warren M. Taylor of Chamois, who turned 65 this week, pleaded guilty to the … more
CHAMOIS — Area residents aired their grievances about the lack of ordinance enforcement in the city limits to Chamois aldermen on Wednesday, Feb. 20. Resident Janice Sehnert was the most … more
CHAMOIS   —   Kasey J. Foulds, 39, of Chamois, was charged with possession of a controlled substance following a report of a suspicious person. Sgt. Ricky Jarvis noted in his … more
CHAMOIS —   Chamois aldermen held a special meeting on Monday, Feb. 26, to amend the city’s approved budget for the 2023-24 fiscal year. No explanation was given for why or how … more
C HAMOIS   — Mark Musgrave, 62, formerly of Chamois, is scheduled to appear at 9 a.m. on March 6 at the Osage County Courthouse for a plea hearing. He faces two felony charges of … more
CHAMOIS — Chamois aldermen voted to remove Alderman Sara Mengwasser from the water project at their meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 17. “Sara has not shown up for the last three to four … more
CHAMOIS — At a special meeting last Wednesday, Dec. 27, Chamois aldermen approved using CourtMoney as the online bill pay option for the new water billing software, Small Utility Billing … more
CHAMOIS — Chamois R-1 school board members approved the most recent audit prepared by Gerding, Korte & Chitwood CPA of Boonville last Wednesday, Dec. 13. “It was the first year … more
CHAMOIS — At their meeting last Wednesday, Chamois aldermen hired Mid Mo Operations of Hartsburg to help with the city’s water and sewer systems. Chamois will pay $1,200 per month, and … more
CHAMOIS   — US Navy veteran Dave Steffen, a 1975 Chamois graduate who lives in Jefferson City, told students at Friday’s Veterans Day assembly that his service was important to him. … more
OSAGE COUNTY   — Osage County Prosecuting Attorney Amanda Grellner confirmed that she dismissed a Class D felony charge of second-degree domestic assault against former Chamois mayor … more
CHAMOIS —   Chamois aldermen unanimously voted to terminate Utilities Supervisor Justin Bathke’s employment in closed session following their regular meeting last Wednesday. Mayor … more
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