Dealing With COVID-19 On The Farm

Many have figured out how to deal with COVID-19 at home or when going to the store, but what about farmers…  Farm families face unique challenges.  The work needs to be done and the window of opportunity is small and weather dependent.  While some of the work means you will be distancing yourself from others, other tasks mean working together.  […]

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Chillicothe Police Report For Thursday

The Chillicothe Police Department responded to 71 calls for service Thursday, including a dog bite and an arrest. 1:21 am, Call from business in the 1000 block of S. Washington Street in reference a suspicious vehicle driving around the business and another business in the 600 block of W. Business36.  Officers went to the area and were unable to locate […]

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Theft From Vehicle – Police Asking For Help

Chillicothe Police are investigating theft and attempted theft from unlocked vehicles.  Chillicothe Police Chief Jon Maples says they have a person or group that is going around our community attempting to victimize our citizens by getting into unlocked vehicles.  While the department has officers patrolling around the clock, he asks the public to do their part and lock the doors […]

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Chillicothe’s Newest Fire Truck

Chillicothe’s newest Fire Truck is nearly ready for delivery.  Four members of the Chillicothe Fire Department traveled to the Rosenbauer Fire Equipment plant near Sioux Falls, South Dakota last week to inspect the department’s new smaller pumper/ariel truck.  Chief Eric Reeter says the crew completed their inspection and found a mirror with a camera that was cracked.  That will have […]

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Dealing With The COVID-19 Reality

CDC and other health officials continue to tell the public the best thing you can do to stop the spread of COVID-19 is to stay home. But why is that important?  The CDC says: Distancing slows the spread of COVID-19 The virus spreads mainly through coughs and sneezes You’ll help protect essential resources for the sickest patients So, how can […]

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Federal Government Economic Payment Plan

The federal government approved the issuing of “Economic Impact Payments” to qualifying recipients.  The payments will typically be $1,200 or $2,400 for a couple filing taxes jointly.  Parents will receive an additional $500 for each child they are able to claim on their taxes.  Those with per year earnings of more than $75,000, or $150,000 for a couple, will receive […]

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