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Stories from the past seven days


Child Molestation Investigated  2/20 12pm
     The Chillicothe Police Department began an investigation of Child Molestation last week. The report was taken Wednesday afternoon in the 300 block of Clay Street. The investigation is continuing.


Chillicothe Police Investigations and Arrests  2/20 12pm
     The Chillicothe Police Department was busy the later part of last week and through the weekend with several calls for service. That includes:
Wednesday
     Brandi Kay Utley was arrested for alleged driving while revoked, possession of a controlled substance, assault on an officer and resisting arrest.
     A report of Forgery was investigated in the 300 block J.F.K. That investigation continues.
Friday:
     Officers began an investigation of fraud that is alleged to have occurred at several locations in Chillicothe. A suspect was identified and charges are pending.
Saturday,
     A vehicle reported stolen was found in the 1400 block of Clay Street.
     Stealing was reported in the 400 block of Elm Street.
     Officers arrested Neal James Miller on a Chillicothe warrant for alleged failure to appear. He was not able to post the cash only bond and was held at the Daviess-DeKalb County Regional Jail.
Sunday,
     George Andrew Depler, Jr was arrested for alleged driving while suspended. He was taken to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.
     Rigdon James Newsom was arrested for alleged unlawful use of drug paraphernalia. He was processed and released.


No Injuries In Local Accidents  2/20 12pm
     Chillicothe police investigated two accidents last week. There were no injuries reported.
     Thursday at about 10:45 pm, an accident was reported at Business 36 and Graves Street. The report states the vehicle driven by William L. Franks collided with another vehicle driven by Beverly J. Martin after failing to yield. Franks was issued a citation for failure to yield the right of way and failure to provide proof of insurance.
     Saturday, at about 12:15 am, there was an accident in a parking lot in the 600 block of Business 36, where the driver of a semi was backing into a parking spot and hit another tractor trailer. Minor damage was reported.


FBLA District Contest 1st Place  2/20 12pm
    Several members of the Chillicothe FBLA will move on to state competition following their District FBLA Contest.
First place individuals include:
     Rylee Stover Healthcare Administration
     Ashton Chowning Computer Applications
     Ellis Cordray Networking Concepts
     William Kieffer Intro to Information Technology
     Alex Braymer Computer Problem Solving, Cyber Security & Help Desk
First place teams include:
     Entrepreneurship Team of Mary Grace Rice, Dean Adkins and Austin Murray
     Global Business Team of Monica Holland and Caitlin Fechtig
     Sport & Entertainment Management Team of Maggie Leatherman, Meg Lewis and Katelyn Parkey
     Business Plan Team of Haley Lewis and Skylar Ewing.


Cox Wins Speach Contest  2/20 12pm
    Liberty Cox is moving on to state competition after winning first place at the Missouri Young Farmer/Young Farm Wives State Convention. Cox represented the Chillicothe FFA Chapter and NW Missouri at the event that included a 6-8 minute speech on the topic of "How can an FFA member agvocate after graduation?" Cox took first place at the district level, and was one of six to move on to the state competition.


MoDOT Roadwork This Week  2/20 12pm
     This week's MoDOT Roadwork schedule begins on Tuesday due to the Presidents Day Holiday. In addition to the several projects MoDOT has scheduled this week, they will also work on pothole patching, bridge maintenance, striping, brush cutting, guardrail repairs and other road work conducted throughout the region. Many of these will be moving operations and could include lane closures with delays. With the possibility of winter weather late in the week, scheduled maintenance and construction projects may be postponed. In the local counties, the scheduled work includes:
Caldwell County
     US 36 - Closed for continued bridge maintenance on the Highway 13 bridge at Hamilton, weekdays from 7:30 am to 3:00 pm
Carroll County
     Route D - pothole patching, Thursday and Friday from US 36 in Livingston County to Route C.
Grundy County
     US 65 - drainage work north of the Trenton city limits.
     Route WW - Several Culvert Replacements.
        Tuesday from Highway 6 to SW 62nd Avenue
        Wednesday from SW 62nd Avenue to SW 58th Avenue
        Thursday from Route W to SW 58th Avenue.
Linn County
     Route DD - culvert repairs on Wednesday
Livingston County
     US 65 - Pothole Patching Tuesday and Wednesday from the Carroll County line to the Grundy County line.


Fire Destroys House In Rural Chillicothe  2/20 6am
     An abandon house burned Saturday night at the intersection of LIV 232 and Route V. Chillicothe Fire Department received the call at about 11:00 pm and arrive in about 10 minutes. Mutual Aid was requested from the Chula Fire Department, who provided a water tanker. The Chillicothe Fire Fighters arrived to find the house fully involved. 10,000 gallons of water was used to put out the fire which was contained to just the house. The house, owned by Ronald Hapes, was a total loss.


Two Injured In Seperate Accidents Over The Weekend  2/20 6am
     The Missouri Highway Patrol investigated two accidents in the local counties that left two with moderate injuries over the weekend.
     Sunday evening, a Trenton man was injured when he lost control and ran off US 65, 7 miles north of Trenton in Grundy County. The accident happened about 7:50 pm when 40 year old Kenton Whitt was southbound and lost control, and skidded off the west side of the road. The vehicle went down an embankment and into a ravine, hitting rocks, causing the vehicle to go airborne before hitting some trees. Whitt was taken to Wright Memorial Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries. He was not wearing a safety belt.
     Troopers also report Whitt was arrested for alleged DWI, careless and imprudent driving resulting in an accident and no seatbelt.

     Sunday evening, a two vehicle accident in Daviess County left a passenger injured. The accident happened at about 5:15 pm at the intersection of Gilliland and Grant Street in Jamesport, when 18 year old Kyle Downs of Trenton was northbound and 22 year old Roy Houk of Jamesport was eastbound and both entered the uncontrolled intersection. The Downs vehicle hit the Houk vehicle on the passenger side, resulting in injuries for Houk's passenger, 20 year old Amanda Osbon of Tina. She was taken to Wright Memorial Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries.


Troopers Report Several Weekend Arrests  2/20 6am
     State Troopers reported four additional arrests in the area counties over the weekend.
Saturday:
     In Daviess County, Troopers arrested 49 year old Arual Rian of Riverside at about 6:00 pm for alleged no valid license- third offense. She was taken to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.
     In Chariton County, Troopers arrested two women about 11:15 pm. 27 year old Kristina Ames of Huntsville was arrested for alleged driving while suspended. 47 year old Tamarra Jackson of Kansas City was arrested on a Randolph County warrant for alleged forgery. Both were held at the Chariton County Jail pending the posting of bond.

Sunday,
     In Linn County, Troopers arrested 51 year old Frances Grippando of St. Joseph for alleged possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and speeding. She was processed and released.


Holland Offered City Administrators Position in Minnesota  2/18 6am
     Chillicothe City Administrator Ike Holland has been offered the position of City Administrator for the City of Wilmar in Minnesota. The Wilmar Council voted unanimously this week to offer the position to Ike Holland, saying they felt he has the communication skills to move Willmar forward. Holland was one of three finalists for the position.
     The Wilmar West Central Tribune reported Holland is also a finalist for the City Administrator's position with the City of Baxter, with interviews scheduled in March.
     Holland has been the Chillicothe City Administrator since August of 2011.


Chillicothe School Board to Meet MONDAY  2/18 6am
     The Chillicothe R-II School Board meets next week, but that meeting will be on MONDAY, not Tuesday. The meeting begins at 6:30 pm at the district Office.
     Reports to the board include for professional development, special education services and technology.
New business includes:
     The finance report, paraprofessional substitute pay, consideration for employee benefits provider, continuing the flex spending program, mowing bids and consideration for the sewer line engineer inspection and design drawings.
     The board will also consider the declaration of surplus property.
     An executive session is planned following the regular meeting.
     The Chillicothe R-II School Board meets MONDAY at 6:30 pm


Troopers Arrest Brunswick Man  2/18 6am
     A Brunswick man was arrested by State Troopers early Saturday morning. Thirty-one year old Zachary Wahlbrink was arrested at about 1:15 am in Carroll County, on charges of alleged DWI and failing to drive on the right half of the roadway. He was processed at the Carroll County Sheriff's Office and released.


MDC Offers Turkey Hunting Workshops  2/18 6am
     The Missouri Department of Conservation is offering FREE Turkey Hunting workshops prior to the spring turkey season. The workshops will be held at three MDC facilities around the Kansas City area. MDC staff will teach participants about types of turkey calls used during the spring season. Clothing and gear will be discussed. The workshop will provide tips on shotguns and shells, strategies, hunting regulations, and places to hunt.
     An Introduction to Turkey Hunting workshop at Burr Oak Woods Nature Center in Blue Springs on March 25th. Call 816-228-3766; registration open March 1st.
     There will be an Introduction to Turkey Hunting workshop at the MDCís Parma Woods Shooting Range near Parkville on April 2nd. Registration is required by calling 816-891-9941
     MDCís Lake City Shooting Range will offer Introduction to Turkey Hunting on April 6th. Registration is required by calling 816-249-3194
     Spring Turkey Season begins with the youth portion April 8th and 9th, the regular spring turkey season run April 17th to May 7th

No Trash Pick-Up Monday  2/18 6am
    
Chillicothe Municipal Utilities will have Monday off for Presidents Day; That means there will be no trash pick-up on Monday. CMU Refuse Director Troy Figg says residents with a Monday trash route will have their trash picked up on Tuesday, along with the regular Tuesday routes.



Annual Salute To Agruculture  2/17 12pm
     The annual Salute To Agriculture, presented by the Chillicothe FFA and Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce was held this (Friday) morning at the Litton Ag Center. The special guest speaker for the program was the new head of the Missouri Department of Agriculture, Chris Chinn. Chinn (right) says meeting and talking with Ag students is very important to her department.
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     Chinn says one of the goals of her department is to improve access to highspeed internet in rural areas and bringing the young people back to the rural communities.
          <Audio: Chinn 2>
     The Chillicothe FFA President, Cole Gutshall says this breakfast is their way of showing appreciation.
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     Attendance at the Salute To Agriculture breakfast was very good.


Two Injured In Accident Friday Morning  2/17 12pm
     An accident this (Friday) morning left two Hamilton residents with moderate injuries. The single vehicle accident happened just before 8:00 am on Highway 13, south of Kingston. State Troopers report 19 year olds Malachi Stacy and Nicholas Thorne of Hamilton were taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center for treatment following the accident that happened when Stacy was southbound and drove off the west side of the road, overcorrected and went off the west side again and the car overturned. They were not wearing safety belts at the time of the accident.


Troopers Arrest One In Daviess Co.  2/17 12pm
    
A Cameron man was arrested Thursday evening in Daviess County. Thirty-one year old Cody Gilreath was arrested on a Daviess County warrant for alleged failure to appear on a traffic ticket. He was taken to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail pending the posting of bond.


County Commission Meetings  2/17 12pm
     The Livingston County Commissioners meet Tuesday and Thursday in regular session. The meetings will begin at 9:30 am in the Commission Room of the courthouse. The agendas include county road and bridge matters and administrative and departmental duties.
     Tuesday, the commissioners will attend the E911 Advisory Board meeting at the Chillicothe Police Department. It will start at 10:00 am.
     Thursday, they will attend the Livingston County Extension Council annual meeting at 6:30 pm at First Baptist Church.


Fire Danger Continues Friday  2/17 6am
     The Red Flag warning for areas to our south is lifted, but the is still an elevated risk of fires today for all of the KCHI listening area. National Weather Service Meteorologist Jonathan Welsh says burning is not recommended.
          <Audio: Welsh 1>
     Welsh says conditions will improve some as we head into the weekend.
          <Audio: Welsh 2>
     We could even see some rain Sunday night into Monday


Fire Near Chula Destroys Buildings  2/17 6am
     Fire destroyed two buildings and damaged a third near Chula Thursday afternoon. The call came in to the Chula Fire Department as a grass fire at about 2:30. While enroute, they received an update that two buildings were on fire and a third was threatened. By the time they arrived, the third building was on fire, but they were able to save it with some damage. The fire was west of Route V and had jumped the road and spread to the east side of Route V before they were able to put it out.
     Chula was on the scene for about two and a half hours.


Three Fires In Grundy County  2/17 6am
     Grundy County Fire Fighters worked three fires Thursday.
     One was at Mockingbird Hills, two miles outside of Trenton. This fire threatened a home. They were abel to get that fire under control.
     The second included Mutual Aid from Mercer County. This fire was fire near the Route C and Route A junction in Grundy County. Spickard Fire and Mercer County attacked the grass fire which had spread into piles of lumber.
     There was also a grass fire south of Trenton on US 65.
     Trenton Fire Department issued a Burn Ban Thursday. That remains in place for today.


Chillicothe Hosts District FBLA Contest  2/17 6am
     Chillicothe hosted the FBLA District 19 Contest day at United Methodist Church Thursday. Sponsor Sondra Sturguess, from Grand River Tech says the District Competition includes 22 schools. Sturguess says Chillicothe did well.
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     Sturguess says this event is usually held at NCMC in Trenton.
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     She says the visiting schools enjoyed and appreciated the facilities at United Methodist Church.


GED Classes Offered In Chillicothe  2/17 6am
     Macon School District's Adult Education and Literacy Program is offering GED classes in Chillicothe at the North Missouri Center For Youth and Families. Center Director Daniel Savage says the classes will be taught by North Missouri Center For Youth and Families staff, who will be managed and employed by the Macon School District.
     Starting in March with orientation on March 7th and classes Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays beginning March 14th. The classes will be from 9:30 to Noon. To register, call the Macon School District's Adult Education and Literacy Program at 660-385-2158.
     Savage says he is very excited to be offering the GED program locally.


Chillicothe Railroad Board Meeting  2/17 6am
     The Chillicothe Railroad Advisory Board will meet Tuesday. The meeting begins at 5:15 pm at City Hall. The agenda includes a review of the financials and any old and new business. This meeting is open to the public.


Sex Offender Registration Violation Arrests  2/16 12pm
     Two men are in custody following an investigation of Sex Offender Registration violations. The Livingston County Sheriff's Department and Missouri Highway Patrol report the arrest of 54 year old David Edward White (left) and 57 year old Thomas Leon Midgyette (right), both of Chillicothe.
     White faces charges of alleged failing to register as a sex offender and possession of a controlled substance. Bond is set at $10,000.
     Midgyette faces charges of alleged failure to register as a sex offender. He was also alleged to be residing in public housing and in close proximity to a school/day care. His bond is set at $5,000.
     They are both held at the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail pending the posting of bond.


Commissioners Discuss Big Creek Watershed  2/16 12pm
     The Big Creek Watershed was the subject of a meeting between The Livingston County Commission and a representative from the Natural Resource Conservation Service. Presiding Commissioner Ed Douglas says it was a good meeting.
          <Audio: Douglas 1>
     Douglas says locally, they may be involved in some of the maintenance of the dams.


Arts Council To Hold Local Variety Show  2/16 12pm
    
The Chillicothe Area Arts Council will have their next program on Sunday, February 26th. Arts Council Director Mary Lou VanDeventer says this will be a variety show featuring local talent.
          <Audio: VanDeventer 1>
     VanDeventer says this is part of the Arts Council Season Package
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     If you have any questions, call the Arts Council Office at 646-1173.


Church Women United World Day Of Prayer  2/16 12pm
    
The Livingston County Church Women United will meet March 3rd to celebrate World Day Of Prayer. Church Women United meets three times annually, in March, May and November.
     The March meeting celebrates World Day of Prayer and this year's program has been prepared by the WDP Committee of the Philippines. The theme is "Am I Being Unfair to You?" The service invites us to explore concepts of economic justice both in the Philippines' context and around the world and our response in light of God's generosity.
     Church Women United has a long history of inviting women of diverse races, cultures and traditions to draw together in Christian fellowship. This World Day of Prayer observance in Livingston County will be held on March 3rd at 9:30 am at United Methodist Church. Please come, bring a friend and be a part of this world-wide celebration.



High Risk Of Fires Today   2/16 6am
     A Red Flag Warning is issued for counties south of US 36 today due to the danger of spreading wild fires.
     For the rest of the KCHI listening area, the National Weather Service says we have a Extreme Fire Danger due to low relative humidity and winds that could gust as high as 20 miles an hour.
     This continues through the evening hours today.
     They are recommending NO OUTDOOR BURNING. They also recommend no vehicles in grassy areas and make sure you put out cigarettes and not throw them out the window.
     If you accidently start a fire today, don't hesitate to call for help on putting out that fire.


Chillicothe Police Report  2/16 6am
     Three investigations and a couple of accidents are in the Chillicothe Police Department report for Wednesday.
Tuesday,
     At 7:30 pm, officers investigated a report of a stolen vehicle in the 1700 block of Clay Street.
     At about 9:55 am, officers began an investigation of theft and fraudulent use of a credit card in the 500 block of Grandview.
     Wednesday at about 9:45 pm, officers began an investigation of theft reported in the 1300 block of Jackson Street.
     Those investigations continue
     A bicycle was recovered Tuesday evening at Clay Street Park.
Officers recently investigated two non injury accidents.
     On Sunday night, an accident happened in the 1100 block of Washington Street, when a vehicle backed form a parking stall and hit another vehicle.
     Tuesday morning, an accident in the 800 block of South Washington happened when a driver hit the trailer pulled by another vehicle.


Troopers Arrest Two In Area Counties 2/16 6am
     State Troopers report two arrests in the area counties on Wednesday.
     An Alma man was arrested in Carroll County at about 11:00 pm. Twenty-four year old Brett Giffen was arrested for alleged DWI, failing to stop at a stop sign and drinking alcohol while driving. He was processed and released with a court date.
     A Colorado man was arrested by State Troopers in Daviess County. Forty-three year old David Payne of Lamar Colorado was arrested at about 2:15 Wednesday afternoon for alleged 2 counts of possession of a controlled substance and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia. He was taken to the Daviess Dekalb Regional Jail.


No Trash Pick-Up On Presidents Day  2/16 6am
     Chillicothe Municipal Utilities will have Monday off for Presidents Day; That means there will be no trash pick-up on Monday. CMU Refuse Director Troy Figg says residents with a Monday trash route will have their trash picked up on Tuesday, along with the regular Tuesday routes.


NCMC Art Display At Dorris Rider Gallery  2/16 6am
    
A new art display at the Dorris Rider Art Gallery includes items from the permanent collection obtained by NCMC through donations from alumni, donors, and friends. The Dorris Rider Art Gallery is located at the Frey Administrative Center of the NCMC campus. The hours are from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, weekdays.


CHS Celebrity Band Concert  2/15 12pm
     The Chillicothe High School Band's 51st annual Celebrity Band Concert will celebrate Claude T. Smith, a famous composer and high school band director at Chillicothe High School from 1967-1977. This special concert will be February 27th at 7:00 pm at the Gary Dickenson Performing Arts Center. Another Former Band Director, Dave Goodwin says this concert will include only music from Claude Smith.
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     Goodwin says they have nearly 50 CHS Band alumni that will return to perform as part of the concert.
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     Some of the other guest conductors for the evening will include; Bill Maupin, assistant band director from 1963-1994; David Goodwin, director of bands from 1983-2010; Pam Smith Kelly, daughter of Claude Smith and of course the current band director Sarah Cavanah.
     Tickets for the 51st annual Celebrity Band Concert are the same price they have been for many years, $4 for adults and $3 for students and seniors. Tickets will be available at the door or may be purchased at the High School Office.


County Commissioners Meet Thursday  2/15 12pm
     The Livingston County Commissioners will meet Thursday at 9:30 am to handle county road and bridge matters and administrative and departmental duties. At 11:00 am, they will meet with Dave Johnson with the Natural Resource Conservation Service or NRCS, to talk about the Big Creek Watershed in Caldwell County.
     The commission meetings are open to the public.


Commissioners To Attend Several Meetings  2/15 12pm
     The Livingston County Commissioners will attend several meetings over the next week or so.
     This Friday they will attend the Salute To Agriculture Breakfast at the Litton Ag Center. This event is held by the Chillicothe Area Chamber of Commerce and Chillicothe FFA and will feature the new Director of Agriculture, Chris Chinn. The breakfast is Friday from 6:30 to 8:00 am.
     Next Wednesday, the 22nd, the Commissioners will attend the meeting to explain the proposed Sales Tax Increase. This meeting is for Chillicothe 2nd Ward and will be held at the Chillicothe Housing Authority Building at 6:30 pm.
     On the 23rd, the commissioners will attend two meetings.
At 6:30 pm, they will attend the Livingston County Extension Council annual meeting at First Baptist Church.
At 7:00 pm is a meeting of the Young Farmers at the Litton Ag Center


Team Trivia Championship Is March 3rd  2/15 12pm
    
The 17th annual Chillicothe Education Association Team Trivia Championship is March 3rd. In just three weeks, teams from across Chillicothe will be gathering at the Chillicothe High School to compete and raise money. Jim Wheeler from the Chillicothe High School says this annual event raises money for scholarships.
          <Audio: Wheeler 1>
     Wheeler says there are several rounds where the teams receive the questions and have a time limit to answer all of the questions. Wheeler says it is a lighthearted but competitive event.
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     The Chillicothe Education Association Team Trivia Championship is March 3rd at 7:00 pm at the Chillicothe High School. If you need more information or a registration form, call the High School at 646-0700.


NCMC Foundation Board Meeting Thursday 2/15 12pm
     The North Central Missouri College Foundation Board will meet Thursday at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be at the Cross Hall lobby. During dinner NCMC President, Dr. Lenny Klaver will update the board on strategic planning. A regular session meeting will follow Dr. Klaver's presentation and will feature Craig Sager and Ryan Suttenfield with a marketing report. There will be updates on the Gifts in Action Scholarship Campaign, the Traveling Pirates International Trip, and committee reports.


County Tax Increase Meeting Tonight  2/15 6am
     Livingston County residents from Chillicothe Township will hear about the proposed tax increase that will be on the April 4th Ballot in a meeting tonight. The Step Forward For Livingston County committee will present information to help those in attendance decide on an additional 1/2 of 1% sales tax to support the operation of the county.
     The meeting will be held at the Farm Credit Services Building meeting room. It begins at 6:30 pm and is open to anyone that wishes to attend.
     Members of the Livingston County Commission will be on hand for the meeting to hear comments and answer questions.


VFW Patriot's Pen Winners Announced  2/15 6am
     VFW Post 858 in Chillicothe announced the winners in the annual Patriots Pen Contest that included students from area schools.  The contest for VFW Post 858 had a theme this year of "The America I Believe In." The Schools involved include Chillicothe Middle School, Chula School and Bishop Hogan School. This years winners are:
At Chillicothe Middle School
     6th Grade - 1st Kristen Dunn, 2nd Parker Savage and 3rd Mason Lamb.
At Chula School
     6th - 1st Kyler Klein, 2nd KenLynn Fisher and 3rd Mackenzie Blackford.
     7th - 1st Bailey Elrod, 2nd Matthew Meservey and 3rd Cassity Eckert.
     8th - 1st Samuel Pauley, 2nd Colton Searcy and 3rd Brooklyn Lambert
At Bishop Hogan School
     6th - 1st Allison Higgins, 2nd Isabelle Witt and 3rd Lilly Stedem
     7th - 1st Alexis Anderson 2nd - tied- Connor Hobbs & Ellie Barnett
     8th - 1st Chandler Stedem, 2nd Mason Baxter

     The first place winners moved on to the district competition with opportunities to advance all the way to the national contest.  This year's District 1 Winner is Allison Higgins from Bishop Hogan School.


School Registration Begins For Parochial Schools  2/15 6am
    
The Parochial Schools in Chillicothe with pre-school and elementary school are beginning the registration process for classes that will begin next fall.
     Bishop Hogan School will have a Pre-School Open House and Pre-Registration, March 7th from 5:00 to 6:30 pm. Their pre-school classes run Tuesday to Thursday from 8:00 to 11:30 am.
     Bishop Hogan will also hold an Open House and Registration on March 8th from 5:00 to 6:30 pm. This is for students that will be entering Kindergarten through 8th Grade.
     If you have questions, call 646-0705.
     United Methodist Pre-School has open their enrolment period.
They offer Primary Classes for students that will be 3 by August 1st. Those classes are Wednesday and Thursday from 8:00 to 11:00 am.
     They also offer Pre-Kindergarten for children that will be 4 by August 1st. Those classes are Tuesday to Thursday from 8:00 to 11:00 am. Call 646-2580, ext 22 for information or applications.