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CHIP provides protection for youth


A program that could help locate missing children will be held next week in Kimball Schools.

The CHIP (Child Identification Program) will be hosted by James L. Eatmon Masonic Lodge #294 on Nov. 10 at Mary Lynch Elementary School and on Nov. 13 at Kimball Junior/Senior High School.

The program provides a photograph, a webcam interview with the child, digital fingerprints, dental bite impression (provided they are old enough to have teeth) and DNA through a cheek swab.

The information is then given to the parent, grandparent or guardian, and no information is kept by the Masons organization o...

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