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WEDNESDAY, September 19, 2018 ~ Volume 14 No. 38

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Kids from all over the area were at the 31st Annual Northeast Missouri Old Threshers Event that took place over four days last weekend. Pictured above are local kids from the Shelby County R-IV School District touring the demonstrations on Friday morning at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.  9824

 
R-IV Board Tours Shelbina Elementary, Discusses and Conference Affiliation
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The Shelby County R-IV School Board took the first of its two annual tours of the elementary schools on Wednesday, Sept. 12. The board toured Shelbina Elementary prior to its regular meeting.
   Conference Affiliation
   Discussion
   South Shelby Athletic Director Rob Wilt was asked to present numbers with how South Shelby stacked up in the Clarence Cannon Conference compared to other schools.
   Wilt gave a breakdown of how South Shelby ranks with the rest of the conference in several different categories.
   He started with enrollment numbers. South Shelby ranks last in this category with 229 students in grades 9-12. Monroe City is the next smallest with 266. The largest school is Centralia with 442 students and Macon is close behind with 426 students.
   He also noted that in football, the sport that is probably affected the most by enrollment numbers, South Shelby ranks last with 29 on its roster this year. Centralia has 80 on its roster and Palmyra is second with 65. Highland is the next one up from South Shelby with 37 kids.
   Another area that was broken down was South Shelby’s records in the last four years against CCC opponents. They are as follows: Football, 15-19; Softball, 17-28; Boys Basketball, 6-36; Girls Basketball, 11-30 and Baseball, 1-35.
   Against non-conference opponents in the last four years the records are as follows: Football, 12-2; Softball, 30-13; Boys Basketball, 27-28; Girls Basketball, 32-23 and Baseball, 3-26.
   There was talk of contacting the Lewis & Clark Conference to see if it was still interested in having South Shelby join. The district was approached by the L&C four years ago and declined to move. Wilt said it is becoming sort of a safety issue in football with freshman and sophomore kids going up against junior and senior kids. And many times the junior and senior kids are rested while the younger kids from South Shelby are forced to stay on the field the entire game because of lack of depth. Everyone agreed that it was important to stay affiliated with a conference either way, because scheduling challenges and extreme travel conditions. This issue will be revisited in future meetings.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Highway 36 Curves Near Shelbina, Lakenan to Get Surface Treatment
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In response to an increase in run off the road crashes on U.S. Route 36 near Lakenan and Shelbina, the Missouri Department of Transportation will do a surface treatment operation in two locations Monday, September 24 and Tuesday, September 25, weather permitting. While the operation is active, Routes PP and T will be closed at Lakenan. The lane that has been treated that day will remain closed overnight for curing.
   “We have been monitoring two curves in these locations on U.S. Route 36 for a few years and have noticed an increase in run off the road crashes during wet weather,” said MoDOT Area Engineer Brian Haeffner, P.E.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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2018 South Shelby Homecoming Information
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South Shelby Homecoming week is Sept. 24 through 28. This year’s theme is “All Roads Lead to Home.”
   The Cardinals’ opponent for September 28 game will be the Monroe City Panthers.
   Parade Information
   The Homecoming Parade will take place in Shelbina, beginning at 2 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 28. Those in the parade need to line up on Southeast Service Road (road along Subway).
   There are no specific float assignments, just an overall “All Roads Lead to Home” concept for everyone to try to follow to show community pride and Cardinal pride and their own interpretation of “home,” “local,” and the Shelby County area
   Floats/Parade Entries
   Usual floats (class and elementary floats, sports and extracurricular floats, etc.) are expected, but prior notice is always fine and appreciated.
   Besides the first three spots reserved for our local veterans, the fire department, and high school band, there is no specific float order. Everyone will line up “first come, first served” style. Floats will be given a simple info card to fill out that will be read during the parade.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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City to Address Allegations at Next Meeting Sept. 25
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According to City officials, Mayor Al Dimmitt will address allegations brought up by Daniel Dovin at the upcoming Shelbina City Council meeting. The meeting will be held 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25 at the City Hall.
   This will be in response to Dovin’s statements that were made against City Marshal Jerry Fenton, City Attorney John Wilcox, City Clerk Tim Lacy and Officer Cole Hinshaw.
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Shelbina Man Suffers Serious Injuries in Two-Vehicle Accident
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A two-vehicle accident resulted in injuries to a Shelbina man on Friday, Sept. 14 at around 5:25 p.m., one Highway 154 at Highway F, two miles north of Vandalia.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 85-year-old George C. Carpenter suffered serious injuries when the 2002 Ford Taurus he was driving failed to yield and pulled into the path of another vehicle.
   Carpenter was traveling southbound and did not stop, which caused a collision with a 2003 Hummer H2 driven by 44-year-old Jay E. Garrett of Wentzville. The vehicles collided in the intersection and traveled off the southwest corner of the roadway. Carpenter’s vehicle came to rest on its wheels and Garrett’s vehicle overturned, coming to rest on its passenger side.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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