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Black Creek Bridge Making Progress
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Workers set a beam in place on the new Black Creek Bridge south of Shelbyville Tuesday morning.

Workers were busy on Tuesday morning putting the beams in place for the new Black Creek Bridge that is being built on Highway 15, just south of Shelbyville. The construction of the new bridge has forced motorists to use detours and make the trip from Shelbyville to Shelbina much longer.
   For complete story, see this week's issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Farmers Day Set For Saturday in Shelbina
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The Farmers Day Schedule for Saturday is set for this weekend. Listed below are the times and events
   7:30 a.m.-9:30 am Senior Citizens Breakfast.
   8 - ? am Senior Citizen’s Garage Sale
   9:30 a.m. Farmer/ Farmerette Baby Show Registration Sponsored by South Shelby FCCLA
   Ages 0-6 mo., 7-12 mo., 13-18 mo., Boys and Girls Separate.
   10 a.m. Baby Show Starts
   9:30 am Parade Registration – Fairgrounds – Theme “Farming Olympics – Farmers Deserve the Gold”
   Categories: Floats, Antique Vehicle, Antique Tractor, Horse/Horsedrawn, Walking/Marching.
   11 a.m. Parade Begins – Start Fairgrounds.
   12:30 p.m. Announce 2016 Farmer of the year – Announce Parade Winners Parade and Farmer plaques sponsored by MEC Macon Electric Cooperative.
   12:30 p.m. Little Mr and Miss Farmer’s Day 3,4,5 year olds Sponsored by South Shelby FCCLA, Chicken Coop and Photos to Remember.
   12:30 p.m. Kid and Adult Games (Egg Toss, Shoe Kick, Shoe Scramble) Sponsored by Shelbina Weekly.
   Approximate times on the following: 12:45 pm Straw Scramble – South Shelby FFA.
   For complete story, see this week's issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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The Circus Comes to Town
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Pictured above is a performer juggling torches of fire while riding a unicycle.

The Culpepper & Merriweather Circus was in Shelbina on Sunday performing two shows that afternoon. Everything was set up in the Shelbina Elementary School football field. The circus featured lions, tigers, acrobats, trapeze artists and many other entertaining events. Pictured above is a man juggling three torches with fire while he balances on a unicycle. The event was sponsored by the Shelbina Police Department.
   
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Shelbina Man Arrested for Attempted Statutory Rape
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A Shelbina man was arrested on Thursday, Sept. 1 and charged with attempted statutory rape.
   According to Shelbina Police Chief Jerry Fenton, 69-year-old Robert Rhoten was arrested as a result of an ongoing investigation, where Rhoten was allegedly contacting a juvenile female via text messaging for sexual intercourse.
   Fenton reported that Rhoten allegedly agreed to meet the juvenile at a known location. When Rhoten arrived at the residence, officers arrested him.
   For complete story, see this week's issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Demolition Underway in Shelbina
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The much anticipated demolition phase is underway in Shelbina’s Demo Grant that will bring down 33 dilapidated houses and structures across town.
   The City has been working for the past year to get to this point, and it is now underway. The contractor that is bringing the structures down is Holman Construction out of Macon. The company has 120 days to complete the job. The time period for the 120 days started on July 18.
   For complete story, see this week's issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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