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Shively and Roberts Win County Commission Seats
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Shelby County voters went to the polls Tuesday to make decisions during the August Promary Election. Listed below are how Shelby County voters voted in contested races.
   Democratic Party
   For Eastern District Commissioner, Tom Shively received 284 votes and John Smith received 102 votes.
   For Western District commissioner, challenger Larry Roberts had 209 votes and defeated incumbent Kerry McCarty, who received 194 votes.
   For United States Senator, Jason Kander received 395 votes, Chief Wana Dubie received 77 votes Cori Bush, received 71 votes, Robert Mack received 59 votes and.
   For Governor, Chris Koster received 435 votes, Charles B. Wheeler received 75 votes, Eric Morrison received 62 votes and Leonard Joseph Steinman II, received 30 votes.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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A one-vehicle accident left two people with minor injuries around 8:35 a.m. on Monday, about one-half mile east of Shelbina on Highway 36. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a vehicle driven by 23-year-old Mackenzie E. Stednitz, 23, of Burr Ridge, Ill., was eastbound when it hydroplaned, struck a drainage ditch cover in the median and overturned, coming to rest on its side.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Suspects Flee Accident Scene Tuesday Night
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A two-vehicle accident on Highway 36 Tuesday evening resulted in the search for three suspects who fled the scene.

A two-vehicle accident that occurred around 5:30 p.m. Tuesday on Highway 36, just east of Route TT, resulted in suspects fleeing from the scene.
   According to Shelby County Sheriff’ Dennis Perrigo, he was called out to assist in locating those who had fled. He said an accident that occurred in the eastbound lanes occurred. Witnesses stated that three people ran from one vehicle.
   Authorities located all three of the people who fled.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
   
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What is and Isn’t Accepted at the Recycling Trailers Throughout Shelby County
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Regarding the recent issues with the recycling trailers in different towns across the county, the Shelby County Commission has obtained a list of items that will and will not be taken in the trailers to help clear up confusion.
   Accepted Items
   Items that will be accepted for the trailers are:
   •Plastic #1, #2, #3 (Soda bottles, water bottles, detergent bottles and milk jugs.
   •Paper - office paper, magazines, newspaper and books.
   •Cardboard - Corrugated.
   •Aluminum Cans.
   •Tin Cans.
   •Appliances that do not have Freon.
   •Any metal items which include pots and pans, silverware, etc.
   •Clothing that had resale value.
   Unaccepted Items
   Items that are not accepted inlcude:
   •Styrofoam.
   •Plastic bags.
   •Packing Peanuts.
   •Computers.
   •Egg cartons.
   •Televisions.
   •Vinyl siding.
   •Electronic devices.
   •Box board such as soda boxes, cereal boxes, and beer boxes.
   •Appliances with Freon.
   •Napkins, paper plates, toilet paper, and paper towels.
   •Clothing that is ripped or stained.
   •Yard waste.
   •Animal carcusses.
   The commission noted that the items listed are subject to change at any time due to market change. In Shelbina, the City Council plans to have signs posted at its trailer site to let people know what is and isn’t accepted.
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Sierra Hammond (left) presents a quilt to Bill Hester that her mother, Julie Hammond, made and Cheryl Bowling quilted. Hester’s name was chosen out of 121 that were submitted. Hammond said this was the Shelby County Fair Board’s idea as a way to show appreciation to a veteran.   8274 1631 8/3/2016 hdl

 
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