Halloween Animal Safety

Halloween is a fun time for the kids, but for pets, it can be a confusing time.  Leslie from the Chillicothe Animal Shelter provided a few Halloween Pet Safety Tips… Leave them at home…  While the children are running around screaming, dressed oddly, crying, candy falling, and general chaos, your pet can be calm and safe. Don’t force a costume…  […]

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Halloween Safety

Sunday is Halloween and the children will want to get out to do some Trick-Or-Treating.  Detective Whitney Murdock from the Chillicothe Police Department says the Kids, Parents, and Motorists all need to be thinking Halloween Safety.  Murdock says for the Parents, think about the costume and getting around. She says children need to slow down and beware of what is […]

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Halloween Health Precautions

It seems one of the scariest things about Halloween this year is a virus that has worried us all for many months… COVID-19.  The Livingston County Health Center says they want you to be able to celebrate.  Ann Burchette from the Health Center says keep COVID-19 in mind. They, of course, are encouraging those distributing the candy or packing bags […]

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Chief Maples Urges Halloween Safety

Halloween means excited kids that may not be paying attention in all the excitement. Chillicothe Police Chief Jon Maples has some reminders for parents when they take their children to residential neighborhoods. Maples says it is also important to drive safely in residential neighborhoods on Halloween. Maples says attending Boo-Fest in downtown Chillicothe is the safest and best bet. Parents. […]

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