ur pet’s ribs.ż0aTips from our Director of Veterinary Services, Denise Petryk, DVM: Depending on where you live, a change in season can result in a dramatically different exercise schedule and therefore a corresponding change in the number of calories your pet needs to consume. It takes more energy in cold weather to keep your body temperature regulated, so sometimes additional calories are necessary. For example, if you spend more time outside with your dog walking in the cooler weather, your pet may need more food. Similarly, if your dog spends some time in an outside run or kennel with falling temperatures, they may need more food. However, if you and your pet are spending more time curled up by a warm fire and are only playing indoor games of fetch, they may require less food.ż0aTroublesome toxinsż0aKeeping walkways walkable and driveways drivable in the winter often requires the use of salt or chemical de-icers which areż0apoisonous to pets. Try to avoid contact with de-icers when with your pet, and wipe them down with a wet towel then completely dry them off after outside play to remove any chemicals they could’ve come in contact with. Remember, if you’re putting antifreeze in your car, use a pet-friendly or propylene glycol option.ż0aBaby, it’s cold ż0aoutsideż0aWhile many pets have fur to protect them from the cold, dogs and cats need plenty of time to acclimate to the colder weather. Keep your pets indoors as much as possible, especially cats and small, sick, or short-haired dogs. Winter is a great time to look into indoor training or obedience classes, like agility and flyball, so your dog can get plenty of mental and physical exercise.ż0aCar safetyż0aJust like when it’s hot out, don’t leave your pet in your car when it’s particularly cold out. Your car can act like a refrigerator as it holds in the cold. When in doubt, leave your pet at home when you know you’ll have to leave them unattended in the car.ż0aFitness and exerciseż0aIf it’s not too cold out for you, your dog can get some aerobic exercise outside that will also keep them warm. Walking in wooded areas is a good way to protect them from chilly wind gusts. If it’s too cold, entice them to exercise indoors with tug-of-war, fetch, or a playdate with another pet-friend.ż0aWinter skin ż0asolutionsż0aDogs get dry, flaky skin in the winter just like humans do. Use a humidifier and provide plenty of drinking water in your home — your pet’s skin will thank you. Bathe your pet less frequently and make sure to completely dry them after baths. Brushing their coat stimulates blood circulation and can help improve the overall condition of their skin.ĦautoĦautoĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ3Ħ57ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦThe Waldron NewsĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016011210357ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 976Ħ1452636001Ħ2Ħ1452636001Ħ2Ħ1Ħ12Ħ2016ĦPesticide Applicator Training Course ScheduledĦA pesticide applicator training course will be held at the Scott County Courthouse in the Courtroom on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016 beginning at 6:30 p.m. ż0aThe course will provide you with the necessary training needed to receive a restricted use pesticide license from the State Plant Board. This license is necessary to purchase and apply many of the pasture and brush herbicides that are commonly used on Arkansas pastures. The cost of the course is $10 and will be collected at the training.ż0aĦA pesticide applicator training course will be held at the Scott County Courthouse in the Courtroom on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016 beginning at 6:30 p.m. ż0aThe course will provide you with the necessary training needed to receive a restricted use pesticide license from the State Plant Board. This license is necessary to purchase and apply many of the pasture and brush herbicides that are commonly used on Arkansas pastures. The cost of the course is $10 and will be collected at the training.ż0aThis meeting is open to all eligible persons without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital or veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status, and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. ż0aPersons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (large print, audiotapes, etc.) should notify the county Extension office at 479-637-2173 as soon as possible prior to the activity.ĦautoĦautoĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ3Ħ58ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦThe Waldron NewsĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016011210358ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 977Ħ1452636005Ħ2Ħ1452636005Ħ2Ħ1Ħ12Ħ2016ĦPesticide Applicator Training Course ScheduledĦA pesticide applicator training course will be held at the Scott County Courthouse in the Courtroom on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016 beginning at 6:30 p.m. ż0aThe course will provide you with the necessary training needed to receive a restricted use pesticide license from the State Plant Board. This license is necessary to purchase and apply many of the pasture and brush herbicides that are commonly used on Arkansas pastures. The cost of the course is $10 and will be collected at the training.ż0aĦA pesticide applicator training course will be held at the Scott County Courthouse in the Courtroom on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016 beginning at 6:30 p.m. ż0aThe course will provide you with the necessary training needed to receive a restricted use pesticide license from the State Plant Board. This license is necessary to purchase and apply many of the pasture and brush herbicides that are commonly used on Arkansas pastures. The cost of the course is $10 and will be collected at the training.ż0aThis meeting is open to all eligible persons without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital or veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status, and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. ż0aPersons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (large print, audiotapes, etc.) should notify the county Extension office at 479-637-2173 as soon as possible prior to the activity.ĦautoĦautoĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ3Ħ58ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦThe Waldron NewsĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016011210358ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 978Ħ1452636004Ħ2Ħ1452636004Ħ2Ħ1Ħ12Ħ2016ĦPesticide Applicator Training Course ScheduledĦA pesticide applicator training course will be held at the Scott County Courthouse in the Courtroom on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016 beginning at 6:30 p.m. ż0aThe course will provide you with the necessary training needed to receive a restricted use pesticide license from the State Plant Board. This license is necessary to purchase and apply many of the pasture and brush herbicides that are commonly used on Arkansas pastures. The cost of the course is $10 and will be collected at the training.ż0aĦA pesticide applicator training course will be held at the Scott County Courthouse in the Courtroom on Monday, Jan. 25, 2016 beginning at 6:30 p.m. ż0aThe course will provide you with the necessary training needed to receive a restricted use pesticide license from the State Plant Board. This license is necessary to purchase and apply many of the pasture and brush herbicides that are commonly used on Arkansas pastures. The cost of the course is $10 and will be collected at the training.ż0aThis meeting is open to all eligible persons without regard to race, color, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, religion, age, disability, marital or veteran status, genetic information, or any other legally protected status, and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. ż0aPersons with disabilities who require alternative means for communication of program information (large print, audiotapes, etc.) should notify the county Extension office at 479-637-2173 as soon as possible prior to the activity.ĦautoĦautoĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ3Ħ58ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦThe Waldron NewsĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016011210358ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 979Ħ1452636070Ħ2Ħ1452636070Ħ2Ħ1Ħ12Ħ2016ĦThe many ways buying locally grown foods paysĦThe popularity of organic foods and stores that cater to customers who prefer such foods continues to grow, and that growth has contributed to a growing awareness among shoppers of where the food they eat comes from. ż0aLocally grown foods are those that are grown within your community or a community nearby. Such foods do not need to be shipped hundreds of miles before they ultimately find their way onto your plate, and many people find that contributes to meals that are more fresh than meals made up of foods shipped from afar. But freshness is not the only benefit to purchasing locally grown foods, which pay various dividends for people and the planet.ĦThe popularity of organic foods and stores that cater to customers who prefer such foods continues to grow, and that growth has contributed to a growing awareness among shoppers of where the food they eat comes from. ż0aLocally grown foods are those that are grown within your community or a community nearby. Such foods do not need to be shipped hundreds of miles before they ultimately find their way onto your plate, and many people find that contributes to meals that are more fresh than meals made up of foods shipped from afar. But freshness is not the only benefit to purchasing locally grown foods, which pay various dividends for people and the planet.ż0a• Locally grown foods benefit the environment. The phrase “field to plate” is significant to consumers who prefer locally grown foods. That phrase refers to the distance food travels from the grower to the plate on your dinner table. Estimates vary depending on the source, but advocates of locally grown food suggest that it reduces the field to plate distance by an average of 1,300 miles. ż0a• Locally grown foods fuel your local economy. In addition to benefitting the environment, locally grown foods stimulate your local economy. Local, independent farmers have largely fallen by the wayside in the 21st century, as industrial agribusinesses have taken over the produce sections in grocery stores across the country. But local, independent farmers are making a comeback, thanks in large part to consumer demand for organic foods. Supporting such farmers who grow their foods locally means you’re putting money back into your own community, a worthwhile effort at a time when so many small communities are struggling economically.ż0a• Buying locally grown foods contributes to biodiversity. According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization, more than 75 percent of agricultural genetic diversity was lost in the 20th century. ż0a• Buying locally maintains beautiful landscapes. Farmland has been on the decline for decades, as cement and asphalt have made millions of acres of once beautiful farmland disappear. Buying locally helps to maintain the green space your community and surrounding communities have left. That makes for great road trips and even helps to sustain local wildlife populations.ż0a• Locally grown foods can be more nutritious. Fruits and vegetables can rapidly lose nutrients once they are harvested. That’s problematic when buying such foods from industrial agribusinesses that need substantial time to get their products from the farm to the shelves at your local grocery chain. ż0a•Locally grown foods are growing in popularity, and that popularity can be traced to the freshness of such foods as well as the numerous additional benefits that locally grown foods provide.ĦautoĦautoĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ4Ħ0ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦThe Waldron NewsĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016011210400ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 980Ħ1452636110Ħ2Ħ1452636110Ħ2Ħ1Ħ12Ħ2016ĦEarth News: Where have all the bees gone?ĦThe success of large scale farming depends on boosting yields by assuring complete pollination of the orchard or row crop. Fruits, nuts, berries, and many vegetables are pollinated by insects. Instead of relying on wild insects to pollinate their crops, farmers pay beekeepers to bring their hives to their farms for the week or so that a particular crop is in flower. Until the turn of this century the primary insecticide used in orchards was of a class called organophosphates. Since they are deadly to bees (as well as humans) they had to be discontinued long before the bees were expected to arrive.ż0aWhen a new class of insecticides called neonicotinoids (neonics for short) was developed, and could protect some crops by just treating the seed, it was thought a perfect solution had been found. Short term indications were that it would bring prosperity to farmers, beekeepers, and the drug companies that supplied the chemicals. But in 2005, bee colonies began to shrink on farms where neonics were used. Since no dead bees were found, their cause of death could not be established by analyzing the tiny victims. With no cause identified, the bee disappearance was simply called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).ż0aĦThe success of large scale farming depends on boosting yields by assuring complete pollination of the orchard or row crop. Fruits, nuts, berries, and many vegetables are pollinated by insects. Instead of relying on wild insects to pollinate their crops, farmers pay beekeepers to bring their hives to their farms for the week or so that a particular crop is in flower. Until the turn of this century the primary insecticide used in orchards was of a class called organophosphates. Since they are deadly to bees (as well as humans) they had to be discontinued long before the bees were expected to arrive.ż0aWhen a new class of insecticides called neonicotinoids (neonics for short) was developed, and could protect some crops by just treating the seed, it was thought a perfect solution had been found. Short term indications were that it would bring prosperity to farmers, beekeepers, and the drug companies that supplied the chemicals. But in 2005, bee colonies began to shrink on farms where neonics were used. Since no dead bees were found, their cause of death could not be established by analyzing the tiny victims. With no cause identified, the bee disappearance was simply called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).ż0aWe now know that even the tiny amount of neonics that may appear in the pollen of plants whose seeds had been treated can disrupt a bee’s sense of direction. And so, many of the bees out collecting pollen never found their way back to the hive. The long term effects of the neonics would appear to be that beekeepers would lose their colonies and income, farmers’ crop yield would be reduced, and the chemicals would lose their market. Some environmental organizations sued the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the ninth district (which includes California) court of appeals ruled that the EPA permission to use neonics should be reversed until EPA had the opportunity to study the problem and make further recommendations. Long term thinking, at least for now, has won the day.ĦautoĦautoĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ4Ħ1ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦThe Waldron NewsĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016011210401ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 981Ħ1453242873Ħ2Ħ1453242873Ħ2Ħ1Ħ19Ħ2016ĦMansfield Walmart closing to wrack local economyĦUp to 33 jobs could be eliminated with the closure of the Mansfield Walmart Neighborhood Market, a one-year-old store that effectively put a 50-year-old local drugstore out of business when it opened. ż0aWalmart Stores Inc. recently their plans to close 269 stores. The Mansfield store will close their doors on Jan. 28, 2016, just 13 months after opening. Store manager Robbie Aldridge has been running the Mansfield store since June 2015. ż0a"I have enjoyed being a part of this community," said Aldridge. "There are a lot of great citizens here and we appreciate their business and support they have provided over the last year." ż0aAldridge said she was not able to give a response when asked about her next relocation, but she did state, "I am confident that I will be transferring to another store location. Walmart does take care of their people."ż0aThe Mansfield store employs 33 people and some may or may not be transferred to other locations.ż0a"We will certainly miss having the Walmart Store in Mansfield and the economic benefit from having the store located here," said Mansfield Mayor Larry Austin. "Our sales tax total will be less without the store and a total of 33 jobs will be lost here and some employees may transfer to other stores."ż0aAccording to Austin, employees have been given a two week notice and they will have an additional two weeks to clean up the store.ż0aĦElizabeth Hornż0aEditorż0aUp to 33 jobs could be eliminated with the closure of the Mansfield Walmart Neighborhood Market, a one-year-old store that effectively put a 50-year-old local drugstore out of business when it opened. ż0aWalmart Stores Inc. recently their plans to close 269 stores. The Mansfield store will close their doors on Jan. 28, 2016, just 13 months after opening. Store manager Robbie Aldridge has been running the Mansfield store since June 2015. ż0a"I have enjoyed being a part of this community," said Aldridge. "There are a lot of great citizens here and we appreciate their business and support they have provided over the last year." ż0aAldridge said she was not able to give a response when asked about her next relocation, but she did state, "I am confident that I will be transferring to another store location. Walmart does take care of their people."ż0aThe Mansfield store employs 33 people and some may or may not be transferred to other locations.ż0a"We will certainly miss having the Walmart Store in Mansfield and the economic benefit from having the store located here," said Mansfield Mayor Larry Austin. "Our sales tax total will be less without the store and a total of 33 jobs will be lost here and some employees may transfer to other stores."ż0aAccording to Austin, employees have been given a two week notice and they will have an additional two weeks to clean up the store.ż0a"Workers will receive some severance pay after the cleanup days," shared Austin. He also added, "Pharmacy prescriptions will be transferred to the Greenwood Walmart store and the building will be for sale." Once concern expresses by citizens it the the distance to the pharmacy. ż0aCity Alderman, Sheri Hopkins, "This is a sad event for our community. We now do not have a local pharmacy. It was very convenient for our elders and citizens to be able to remain local for their prescriptions." Prior to the Walmart Pharmacy, Don's Drug Store had been in operation for over 50 years according to citizens.ż0aIn total, approximately 16,000 associates will be impacted by the decision.ż0aMore than 95 percent of the closed stores in the U.S. are within 10 miles on average of another Walmart, and the hope is that these associates will be placed in nearby locations. Where that isn’t possible, the company has said they will provide 60 days of pay and, if eligible, severance, as well as resume and interview skills training. Whether with Walmart or elsewhere, the company’s objective is to help all associates find their next job opportunity.ż0aWalmart has responded to the closings as a time where they "will focus on strengthening Supercenters, optimizing Neighborhood Markets, growing the e-commerce business and expanding Pickup services for customers. Also covered in the closures are 23 Neighborhood Markets, 12 Supercenters, seven stores in Puerto Rico, six discount centers, and four Sam’s Clubs," as cited in the media release. In total, the impacted stores represent less than 1 percent of both global square footage and revenue after an active review of the company's portfolio which had begun in October 2015.ĦautoĦautoĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ4Ħ32ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦElizabeth HornĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016011910432ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 982Ħ1453242902Ħ2Ħ1453242902Ħ2Ħ1Ħ19Ħ2016ĦCity changes past due status on late paymentsĦAn Ordinance approved last year by the Waldron City Council is effective this month and has changed the terms of payment and when past due accounts will be terminated from services.ż0aNothing has changed about the water bills being due on the 10th of the month, or the next business day in the event the 10th being on the week-end or a holiday. After the 10th, a penalty applies. “What has changed,” according to Mayor Neil Cherry, “is that any bills unpaid on the 20th of the month will have services terminated on or after the 21st of the month.”ż0aAccording to Mayor Cherry, the change was made to reduce the amount a customer could accumulate on a bill before the services were terminated. Rather than increase the customer deposit to cover potential losses on unpaid bills, the decision was made to shorten the length of time before the service was terminated for non-payment.ż0aĦAn Ordinance approved last year by the Waldron City Council is effective this month and has changed the terms of payment and when past due accounts will be terminated from services.ż0aNothing has changed about the water bills being due on the 10th of the month, or the next business day in the event the 10th being on the week-end or a holiday. After the 10th, a penalty applies. “What has changed,” according to Mayor Neil Cherry, “is that any bills unpaid on the 20th of the month will have services terminated on or after the 21st of the month.”ż0aAccording to Mayor Cherry, the change was made to reduce the amount a customer could accumulate on a bill before the services were terminated. Rather than increase the customer deposit to cover potential losses on unpaid bills, the decision was made to shorten the length of time before the service was terminated for non-payment.ż0aIf a customer has an emergency or an unforeseen event, the customer can call Waldron City Hall at 479-637-3182 on or before the 20th of the month and make a payment arrangement that will extend the due date up to the end of the month. This will allow the customer to avoid a termination of services on or after the 21st of the month. However, even with a payment arrangement the account balance must be paid in full by the end of the month.ż0aThe City has sent notices for the past two months to customers appearing on the delinquent account to inform them of the changes. They have also been contacted individually and received notices at City Hall. ż0aĦautoĦautoĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ4Ħ34ĦpmĦ2ĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2ĦThe Waldron NewsĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ2016011910434ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ1ĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦĦ 983Ħ1453242954Ħ2Ħ1453242954Ħ2Ħ1Ħ19Ħ2016ĦJailer arrested for Possession of Schedule II Controlled SubstanceĦA Scott County Jailer has been fired and arrested after a medicatio