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OnTheStreet_WPCHILLICOTHE, MO — Last week was a crazy week, not just with the weather and a record-breaking May snowstorm but just with the many things that were going on. On a weekend full of agriculture activities came the retirement recognition for three members of the Wolf family who are leaving the R-2 school system at the end of the current school year.

More than 250 persons, including former students, FFA 

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OnTheStreet_WPCHILLICOTHE, MO — Golly, here it is the first day of May and spring has yet to arrive.

School is truly heading toward the finish line. Many area schools are concluding their year in mid-May. A very short spring season of high school sports is preparing this weekend to begin the post-season drive.

We know we had a winter this time around, and the problem of drought conditions has mostly

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OnTheStreet_WPCHILLICOTHE, MO —  You know you are heading down the stretch in another school year as the local and area high school proms are being held.

Chillicothe High School staged its prom around a circus theme at the Jenkins Expo Center last Saturday night. Nothing but great comments from those who attended or who were involved in the event. The Grand March was held at the high school and the

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OnTheStreet_WPCHILLICOTHE, MO — The Celebrity Dinner for Y-Pals fundraiser came off last weekend, and now another looms just 10 days ahead. What has been the city’s largest single fundraising event takes place at Bishop Hogan School on Saturday, April 27.

The 10th Annual Bishop Hogan Memorial School Dinner Auction is one of the top fun and fundraising events of the year! Doors open at 4 p.m. for the six silent

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OnTheStreet_WPCHILLICOTHE, MO — Chillicothe’s newest downtown retail store officially opens this Thursday, April 4, following a special preview session for friends, family and Chamber members on Wednesday, April 3.

Teaser ads have been running in print and radio for a couple of weeks promoting the new retail store on the east side of the square. A news conference was held recently for the local print and radio media. Steve Franke,

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OnTheStreet_WPCHILLICOTHE, MO — I feel kind of sorry for Phil.

It has been a bad February and March in respect to the weather. Groundhog Punxsutawney Phil has been hit with an indictment because he predicted an early spring back on Feb. 2 and it didn’t happen.

Spring officially arrived on the calendar a week ago, but the weather has included three snow storms of four inches, seven inches and five

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OnTheStreet_WPCHILLICOTHE, MO — We truly know just how crazy the weather is and has been the past two or three years. Take last Friday when a record high of 80 degrees was recorded in Chillicothe. Just 48 hours after that Chillicothe got sleet and big snow flakes and a temperature of 34 degrees… only a drop of 46 degrees!

Here’s something else. All of this in a March that has

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On the Street: Shows, Sports and Spring

OnTheStreet_WPCHILLICOTHE, MO — It is hard to believe that Livingston County was posted under a flood warning on Sunday afternoon.

You do recall that Chillicothe is coming off one of the hottest and driest summers (2012) in history, including the warmest ever July (2012). Creeks were down to a trickle, ponds were five feet or more below full stage and you could walk across Grand River. However, with the melting

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OnTheStreet_WPDon’t forget Daylight Saving Time begins this Saturday at midnight. In the month of March, folks, we are going to gain 76 minutes of daylight. Isn’t that great? Now if we can get the weather to change for the better, we will have it made.

Something new is coming to the downtown area. With an announcement coming soon of another empty building to be occupied, we will be down to

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