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WEDNESDAY, October 22, 2014 ~ Volume 10 No. 43

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Lacey Takes Over as New Shelbina City Clerk
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Tim Lacey is the new Shelbina City Clerk replacing Mary Lou Craigg who resigned this summer to take the same position at Macon.

Tim Lacey is from Kansas City, but he grew up in the Chicago area. After visiting Shelbina he realized he liked the area and decided to move here. So when the Shelbina City Clerk position became available earlier this summer, Lacey decided to throw his hat in for a chance at the job.
   He was living in the Dallas area and working a contract job where he could work out of his home. When that job was completed in July of 2013, he decided to move to Shelbina.
   Lacey has a background in the mortgage industry. He has spent the last two years working with litigation underwriting. Prior to that he had an I.T. position for Bank of America. He will be able to bring some of that experience to the City job.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Updated Numbers on Options Being Considered by R-IV School Board
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Shelby County R-IV Superintendent Tim Maddex and his board have come down to two options to try to pick from to put on the April ballot for future improvements in the district.
   The first option would be to build a new Shelbina Elementary and to make improvements to the Clarence Elementary down the road. The second option would be to build a new elementary school for both Clarence and Shelbina students at the high school/middle school campus.
   New Shelbina Elementary
   and Fix Up Clarence
   The total cost of the first option would be $11,105,736. That would be for the new elementary school in Shelbina, which would cost $7,435,332, and an additional $3,670,404 for improvements for Clarence Elementary down the road. The choice to do the Clarence improvements would have to go back before the voters, according to Maddex.
   With this option there would be a deferred maintenance cost at the high school and middle school of $1 million, with an additional $685,134.60 coming out of district funds. The annual 20 year cost would be $20,343,336 for the new Shelbina Elementary. The new Shelbina Elementary plus improvements at Clarence would total $23,160,037.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Kirksville Man Suffers Moderate Injuries in Motorcycle Accident
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A one-vehicle accident involving a motorcycle occurred at around 3:15 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 20 on Route K, four miles west of Shelbyville.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 40-year-old Jeremy J. Houser of Kirksville was traveling westbound when he lost control and ran off the north side of the road and overturned, ejecting the driver with the vehicle coming to rest in the ditch.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Class of 1959
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The Class of 1959 held their 55th Class Reunion September 6 with a catered meal at Buckhorn BBQ Cafe in Shelbina. Meryln Koften presided as each class members shared about their life. A total of 19 class members and their guests enjoyed their time together. It was decided to have another Class Reunion the Saturday after Labor Day in 5 years. Attending were, (front row, left to right) Betty O’Laughlin, Gloria McGruder Tolson, Rosemarie Porter Stimpfl, Shirley Magruder Black, Charlette Poore Schwieter. (Middle row) Joyce Harrison Luntsford, Barbara Fifer Davis, Sharon Snider Utz, Jean Howard Leftridge, Pam Hartgrove, Hurley Schwieter, Tim Carter. (Back row) Leon Thompson, Ken Spurgeon, Mary Mefford Bollow, Meryln Koften, Jack Hayes, Curt Foster, Larry Wilkin.  6950

 
Shelby County Clerk Releases Election Information for Voters
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Voters – If voters are registered and have moved to another residence in the county, changed their name, etc… please send changes with your signature to the county clerk right away in order to avoid problems on election day.
   Absentee Ballots
   Absentee voting continues for the November 4, 2014 General Election. Voters may vote in the County Clerk’s office or if they are unable to come to the office, voters may send a signed request asking that a ballot be mailed to them, stating the reason why they are voting absentee. Online, you may go to www.sos.mo.gov, in the absentee section to fill out a form to send to us. The last day to mail out an absentee ballot is Wednesday October 29, 2014.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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