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  • Chariton Housing Revitalization Project Sells First Batch of Renovated Homes; More Houses to be on the Market Soon

    posted on Thursday, October 31, 2019 — Two years after launching a partnership with the Chariton Valley Regional Housing Trust Fund (CVRHTF) to improve housing options in the Chariton area, Hy-Vee, Inc., and its subsidiary Midwest Heritage, are proud to announce that the first three renovated homes have sold. Proceeds from the sale of these homes will be reinvested to support the next wave of housing renovations in the community.

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  • Important Information for Chariton Customers Regarding July 24, 2019.

    posted on Tuesday, July 16, 2019 With thousands of cyclists traveling through the community on July 24, 2019, Midwest Heritage wants to inform customers of some helpful tips to make visiting our Chariton location during the community's activities an easy experience.

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  • Midwest Heritage Provides Assistance for Furloughed Government Employees

    posted on Thursday, January 17, 2019 Midwest Heritage is committed to helping impacted customers with a range of potential assistance options, from helping with late fees and overdraft fees to a one-time, penalty-free withdrawal from a CD with Midwest Heritage. This is for consumer accounts only. The no-penalty offer allows customers to make one partial or complete withdrawal without penalty. Any other withdrawals will be subject to penalties.

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  • Managing Finances While a Family Member is Enlisted or Overseas

    posted on Friday, November 02, 2018 November is Military Family Month, and as we show appreciation for the sacrifices those in the military make, it's important not to forget the unique challenges they face, such as serving overseas or being deployed in conflict zones. Those challenges also impact the service members' ability to effectively manage their finances while also dealing with the other stresses that come with military life.

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  • Tips for Avoiding Online Dating Scams

    posted on Tuesday, October 09, 2018 Social media networks and dating websites have become increasingly popular tools for meeting and communicating. Unfortunately, fraudsters have capitalized on this trend and often create fake profiles to lure in victims, establish romantic relationships and eventually, extort money.

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