Fire On US 65 Near The Carroll/Livingston County Line Destroys Home.

A fire Friday morning near the Livingston/Carroll County line on US 65, destroyed a home.  The Chillicothe Fire Department received the call to assist the Hale Fire district about 9:40 am and arrived about 11 minutes later with a tanker and personnel.  When they arrived, the home was fully involved and additional department were arriving, including from Carrollton Fire and […]

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Fall Prevention As We Age

As we age at home, it is more important to find ways to protect ourselves from falls.  Sarah Wood, nutrition and health specialist for the University of Missouri Extension service says more than 1/3 of those over 65 experience a fall, and those over 75 that have fallen may need the assistance found in a nursing home… Wood says the […]

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Grain Bin Safety Week

Grain Bin Safety is an aspect of farming that all too often doesn’t get a second thought.  The Missouri Department of Agriculture is reminding farmers that grain bin safety is as important in the spring as in the fall and this week is Grain Bin Safety Week A farmer has less than four seconds to escape a grain bin if […]

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School District Stays With QNS For Tech Services

The company that has provided tech services for the Chillicothe R-II School District’s computers systems and networks will continue to provide those services.  Superintendent Dr Roger Barnes says they went out to bids and approved a contract Tuesday. In addition to handling the networks for the district, QNS has provided used network servers and other equipment to the GRTS networking […]

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Temperatures Slow To Warm

Temperatures so far this year have remained below the normal high, and while will be teased with a weekend warm-up, don’t look for much improvement.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Jenny Pittman says its been a cold winter so far. Pittman we will have a slight warm-up heading into the weekend, but it will be short lived. Enjoy the weekend, but […]

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