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Chillicothe issued permits for nearly $5.5 million in commercial construction projects during 2017. Topping the list of permits for 2017 was one issued for construction of a $1.39 million garden being constructed by the HMC Foundation at Hedrick Medical Center. The Gardens at Hedrick Medical Center is funded through donations from individuals, businesses and organizations. The second largest project was for the $1.3 million re-roofing project at Chillicothe High School, followed by a new warehouse and office building at Farmers' Electric Cooperative in the amount of $900,000, a new building for SkillPath in the amount of $625,000, and the enclosed walkway at Chillicothe Middle School for $267,000. Construction of residential housing was listed at a total of $550,000, which included two duplexes and three single family dwellings.
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Cultural Corner Art Guild & Gallery has welcomed watercolor artist Lana Cease for its February exhibit. Cease, of northwest Missouri, was born and raised in Iowa. She was taught to paint in oils at a young age by her mother and later took many art courses throughout high school but experienced very little watercolor. Her work is now found at galleries and shops and exhibitions throughout the country. The Lana Cease Watercolor exhibit is featured in the Cultural Corner Gallery opening February 6 and continues through Thursday, March 1, when a closing reception open to the public will be held from 5 until 8 p.m. For more information regarding this event or other events at the Cultural Corner Art Guild & Gallery visit their website or or call 660-240-5022. To learn more about Lana Cease and her work visit www.lanacease.com.
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The Livingston County Humane Society has raised just over $57,000 for the Feline Sanctuary. Combined with the $50,000 from the Great Plains/Drs. Morrill Foundation, the society has $107,000 for the sanctuary and more. Any leftover funds not used by the shelter for construction of the feline sanctuary may be used to purchase furnishings, provide for the future maintenance of the sanctuary, and for the needs of the shelter's fur friends. The next step is getting final approval from the Chillicothe City Council for the building. A committee is working to develop a firm estimate of utility and other costs. The board and the fund-raising committee are hopeful that everything will be completed by midsummer. Donations may be mailed to the Livingston County Humane Society, P.O. Box 1214, Chillicothe, MO 64601.
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 Plans for a Home of Sliced Bread Visitors Center were unveiled recently along with the announcement of more than $264,000 in Neighborhood Assistance Program tax credits being awarded to support renovating the original Home of Sliced Bread building. The overall $497,422 project is planned to create a facility that will serve citizens and businesses of Chillicothe. Rep. Rusty Black (R-Chillicothe) and Sen. Denny Hoskins (R-Warrensburg) made the announcement of the tax credits during a reception inside the building that was the first place in the world to sell commercially-sliced bread. The building is located at the northwest corner of First and Elm streets. The renovation project, Douglas said, is about innovation and entrepreneurship. C-T Photo / Catherine Stortz Ripley
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Friday, February 16, 2018

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