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WEDNESDAY, September 24, 2014 ~ Volume 10 No. 39

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The South Shelby Homecoming candidates and attendents are pictured above. They are (front row, left to right) Alex Fenton, Rachelle Chinn and Caitlyn Poore. (Middle row) Kayla Dawkins, Lakota Blackford, Amanda Carpenter, Kaytlyn Chinn, Kalyn Bishop, Erica Dixon, and Summer Shade. (Back row) Brett Threlkeld, Trace Windsor, Austin Durbin, Nick Corbin, Ryan Larrick, Josh Ridgely and Jordan Lyons.  6869

Shelbina City Council Makes a Decision on Landlord Deposits
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The Shelbina City Council came to a decision on landlord deposits after a lengthy discussion during Tuesday night’s regular council meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   After discussing different ideas and scenarios for nearly 40 minutes, the Shelbina City Council passed a motion to approve the following landlord deposit proposal. “Landlords in good standing, determined by the City hall staff, will need a $400 deposit to connect utilities no matter how many addresses they need connected at the same time. “Good standing” status will be determined by the City Hall staff by looking at the landlords payment history. If there is an insufficient history to base the “good standing” status off of, then that landlord will need a $400 deposit for each address until sufficient history is established with the City, as determined by the City hall staff.
   This would all have to be contingent upon the landlord staying in good standing with the City. If at any time the landlord is not considered in good standing, determined by the city hall staff, then the deposit will be $400 per address that is connected, until good standing status can be reestablished.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

SCED Holds September Meeting in Hunnewell
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The September monthly meeting of the Shelby County Economic Development Board of Directors was held Thursday, September 18 at the Hunnewell United Methodist Church.
   Vice President Dave Barton called the meeting to order at approximately 6:45 p.m.
   Following a brief welcome by SCED Treasurer Matt Barnhard and introduction of guests Maurice Shuck and Brenda Gruber, it was on to new business. A brief discussion was held on exploring statewide status of Shelby County as a work ready community, which was proposed to Renner by Moberly Area EDC Assistant Director David Gaines. Kirksville has already achieved that status, with Audrain County (Mexico) designated a work ready community in progress. It was agreed by the board to continue to study this and table it for a future meeting.
   It was brought to the board’s attention that Camp Jo-Ota northeast of Clarence will be closing by Dec. 1, along with the three other Methodist youth camps in Missouri. Following a discussion on Camp Jo-Ota, its economic impact on the county and its future, Renner proposed that since Clarence did not have a regular meeting in June due to the lack of a quorum, would the board be interested in making it up at the October meeting, if he could book the camp’s dining hall, and return to the SCED office at the November meeting, or just go ahead and return to the office in October? James Watson made a motion for Renner to try to book the Camp Jo-Ota dining hall in October, seconded by Rick Brandt and approved by all.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

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Shelbina firefighters responded to a one vehicle rollover accident on highway 15 one mile North of Shelbina on Wednesday, Sept. 17th at 5:01 pm. Firefighters responded with one pumper and rescue truck. Firefighters assisted with two occupants until the ambulance arrived. Since it was a non-injury accident, no names were released to the press.  6872

Fire Fighters Respond to a Call of a Smoke Filled House
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The Shelbina Fire Protection District responded to a report of smoke in a residence on Tuesday, Sept. 16th. The call was received at 7:57 p.m. for smoke in the residence and the smoke alarm sounding at the Joe Jurado residence located at 304 North Reid Street in Shelbina.
   The Shelbina Fire Protection District responded with two pumpers, rescue truck, and 16 firefighters.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

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Shelbina firefighters responded to a grain truck overturned on route A, just South of Route WW on Thursday, Sept. 18th at 5 p.m. Fire fighters checked the truck for fuel leakage and assisted the driver until an ambulance arrived. Firefighters also assisted with traffic control while corn was cleaned up from the roadway.  6874

Larrick is Named New President at Community State Bank
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Kim Larrick took over as the President of Community State on July 1 of this year.

After the retirement on Community State Bank President Joe Berti on June 30, Kim Larrick began her duties as the new president on July 1 of this summer.
   Larrick has been with the bank for a long time. She began as a teller for CSB in 1989 and worked prior to that for Marion County Mutual Bank (now F&M Bank). “I actually worked with them for six months before I started with Community State,” she explained.
   Larrick worked at Community State Bank’s old location north of town, which is now owned and operated by Shiloh Christian Children’s Ranch.
   This is her 25th year with Community State Bank. Larrick said she has seen a lot of changes through the years, with the biggest changes coming in technology.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.

U.S. Bank Makes Donation to Shelby County Senior Citizens
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Pictured from left to right are: Kerry McCarty, Charles Krieg, Debra Sparks, Judy Dimmitt, Emery Gerrish, Gene Hatcher, Bob Graves, Gerald Blaise, Paul Studer, Faye Poore, Larry Roberts, Kathleen Wilham, Joyce Luntsford, and Emily Maddex.

U.S. Bank is pleased to announce the award of a $500 grant to the Shelby County Senior Citizens. The award comes from the U.S. Bank Foundation, which supports organizations that enhance the cultural and artistic life of the communities. The organizations must have tax-exempt status under IRA section 501 (c)(3).
   The grant will be put toward the cost of replacement of an evaporator coil in the walk in cooler. Replacing the evaporator coil will enable us to continue our efforts in preparing nutritious meals to our clients in Shelby County.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.


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