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Summer's End is Drawing Near
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Pictured above is Brinlee Gill, daughter of Matt and Jen Gill of Shelbina, enjoying herself Tuesday afternoon. With school right around the corner, the days at the Aquatic Center are numbered. The last day for the pool is Monday, Aug. 15.

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Shelbina City Council Gets Information on Possible Sidewalk Project; Discusses Streets
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The Shelbina City Council heard a representative from MECO Engineering out of Hannibal talk about steps for a possible sidewalk grant project, and discussed what long term approach to take dealing with street improvements. This took place during Tuesday night’s council meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   Possible Sidewalk
   Project
   The council listened at what steps would take place in a potential new sidewalk project along the north side of East Maple (Business 36) in Shelbina leading to the theater.
   He said it would be a three phase project, with the first being filling out a TAP grant application or any other grant application. The second phase would be engineering design and the third phase would be field construction.
   He said MECO Engineering could do the grant process for the City, who usually works with Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments. He also noted that they could work with MTRCG if needed. The tap grant application period runs from Sept. 1 to Nov. 1. The grant is an 80/20 match with the City paying the 20 percent of the cost.
   The first step would be to get approved for the project by MoDOT. The council took no action on the matter during the meeting.
   City Street
   Improvement
   The council has yet to find a time where all members could meet to look at the streets as a group. The discussion in the meeting centered around whether to spend the budgeted $50,000 this year on chip and seal, or to roll it over into next year and spend more money and fix the streets with hot mix.
   Most of the council was for this. Alderman Babe Simpson said he just didn’t want to see them get behind on the streets. He said he understood the reserves will drop if they dip into them for projects each year, but he didn’t want to neglect the streets anymore than necessary.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Follow Up to Last Weeks Vehicle Accident Where Three Fled the Scene
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It was reported in the Shelbina last week that local authorities apprehended three people who had fled the scene of an accident around 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 3.
   It was also reported that Roderick D. Strong, 31, of Kansas City had been arrested for driving while suspended, felony leaving the scene of an accident, and possession of a misdemeanor marijuana. Another suspect was turned over to juvenile authorities and the third person was released.
   The Missouri State Highway Patrol later released the following report from that accident.
   A 2002 Chevrolet Trailblazer driven by Strong was eastbound when he attempted to pass a 2000 Ford Ranger driven by James C. Racich, 56, of Munster, Ind. Strong’s vehicle struck Racich’s vehicle in the backside causing Racich to lose control. His truck crossed the median and the westbound lanes and ended up in a field north of the highway. Strong’s vehicle came to rest in the median.
   Racich suffered minor injuries and was taken by Salt River Ambulance to Hannibal Regional Hospital. His vehicle was totaled as a result of the accident. Strong’s vehicle sustained extensive damage. Strong, who wasn’t wearing his seat belt according to the patrol, did not have insurance.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Vehicle Collides with Deer Resulting in Moderate Injuries to a Hannibal Lady
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A one-vehicle accident resulted in moderate injuries to a Hannibal woman around 6:50 a.m. on Thursday, Aug. 4, one and a half miles west of Hunnewell on Highway 36.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 46-year-old Lynn R. Garcia was traveling west when she swerved to avoid a deer in the roadway. Her vehicle ran off the right side of the road and came to rest.
   Garcia was transported to Hannibal Regional Hospital to be treated. According to the patrol, she was wearing her seat belt.
   Her 2015 Chevrolet Equinox sustained moderate damage.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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FFA Kids Continue Involvement with Food Pantry
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Pictured above are some of the South Shelby FFA students who volunteered their time at the Shelby County Food Pantry on Friday, Aug. 5.

By Kimberly Greenwell
   South Shelby
   FFA Reporter
   With the weather being fairly cool, August 5th was a perfect day for the South Shelby FFA Chapter to volunteer at the Shelby County Food Pantry.
   Members who volunteered were Rikki Beldon, Jennifer Allee, Caroline Weatherford, Drew Wilt, Kellie Carothers, Rosa Bork, Caitlyn Poore, Katie Mitchell, Amber Durbin, Kimberly Greenwell, Anna Carpenter, Hannah Joo (who is the new foreign exchange student from South Korea), Grace Weatherford, Maddie Rash, Elisabeth Fugeat, Braydon Friesz, and Nellea Dovin.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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