Severe Weather Awareness – Flooding

Severe Weather Awareness Week wraps up with information on Flooding.  Flooding can happen very quickly and can be deceptively powerful.  National Weather Service Meteorologist Ryan Cutter says flood waters can be very dangerous. Cutter says when roads are flooded, what looks calm and harmless could be very dangerous. Cutter says when you see flood waters, turn around and don’t drown, […]

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Storm Spotter Training In Chillicothe

Storm Spotter Training in Livingston County is this Thursday.  A National Weather Service Meteorologist will be at the Calvary Baptist Church – Family Life Center, Thursday at 7:00 pm will present the free program to give anyone interested in storm spotting or better understanding severe weather, an opportunity to hear from the experts.  You will learn what to look for […]

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Missouri Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 3rd – 9th

Missouri Severe Weather Preparedness Week is March 3rd to the 9th.  Captain and Paramedic Derrick Allen from the Chillicothe Fire Department encourages you to stay informed and pay attention to Livingston County Emergency Management and Chillicothe Police Department Facebook pages throughout the week. Captain Allen says in case there is severe weather that day they will reschedule the test for […]

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School Bus Stop Arm Safety

In the hour or so before and after school – and really any time, if you see a school bus, be prepared for that bus to make stops to pick up or drop off children.  Chillicothe Assistant Superintendent Dr Zack McMains says when the flashing lights are on and the stop are is extended, STOP. McMains says student transportation affects […]

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