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Firefighters Rescue a Woman Who Fell at the River
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Traffic on Highway 15 was stopped briefly on Thursday, Aug. 11 while firefighters loaded up a person who had fallen down an embankment at Salt River.

The Shelbina Fire Protection District responded to a rescue call on Thursday, Aug. 11. Firefighters responded to the Arrow Wood Conservation area located north of Shelbina at Salt River.
   According to the Fire Protection District, a woman, who was unnamed in the report, had fallen down an embankment and was injured. Firefighters, along with personnel from the Salt River Ambulance District used ropes and a rescue basket to bring her up the embankment.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Maddex Says Building Project Near Completion as the School Year Approaches
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The Shelby County R-IV School Board heard an update on the new weight room, band and music rooms and FFA rooms from Superintendent Tim Maddex during the regular school board meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 10 in the middle school library.
   Project Update
   Maddex reported that the expansion project is about 98 to 99 percent completed. He mentioned that the electricians have some welding plugs they needed to put in the FFA shop. He also noted that Magic City Glass had a lot of areas where they were going to install glass on Thursday and Friday of last week.
   Maddex said that the main focus after that would be to get all of the classroom materials transferred to the new rooms and organized. He said they spent three days on it last week and still had more to do. He said Mr. Brown, the new music teacher has been organizing sheet music that the school has collected for the last 50-plus years. He’s also listing all of it in his computer. Maddex said a couple of students have come in and volunteered their time to help him.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina Police Make Large Marijuana Arrest on Highway 36
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Several pounds of marijuana were recovered during a traffic stop around 2:15 a.m. on Saturday. Three men were arrested.

At around 2:15 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 13, the Shelbina Police Department performed a traffic stop on U.S. 36. During the stop officers discovered several pounds of marijuana in the vehicle.
   Three suspects were arrested and transported to the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department without incident.
   The police were assisted by the Shelby County Sheriffs Department.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina City Workers were out late on Thursday, Aug. 11 dealing with a broken water line in the first block of East Walnut. Water was pouring out of the area of the break on the north side of the street between Brengle’s ice cream wagon and the west driveway to the Shelbina City Hall, and rolling down Center Street at around 11 p.m. Shelbina Assistant Superintendent Rob Trivette said the cause of the break was a ground shift. Workers got everything fixed and back in order and were able to go home around 1:30 a.m. Because they were able to keep the water pressure up, there was never a need for the City to be placed under a boil order, Trivette explained.   8296 1633 8/17/2016 hdl

 
Missouri High Schools Challenged to Drive Safe and Buckle Up
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Calling all Missouri high schools to compete in the 2016 “It Only Takes One” campaign for an opportunity to win prizes for your school while educating young drivers about safe driving habits and safety belt use.
   Sponsored by the Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety, ACT Missouri, Midwest Trauma Society and Missouri College of Emergency Physicians, the statewide competition will run from October 1 to the end of the school year.
   It’s important that young drivers realize it only takes ONE text, ONE drink, ONE call, ONE reach, ONE distraction to cause ONE fatal moment but that ONE clicked seat belt could be the difference between life or death in a car crash.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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