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Perrigo Wins the Sheriff’s Race Trump Carries Shelby County
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Shelby County voters turned out at the polls Tuesday to make their choices and local, State and National races. Listed below are the results of the county voters, according to the Shelby County Clerk. Remember in State and National races, the winner may not be the same as what Shelby County voters decided.
   A total of 3,314 ballots out of 4,541 registered voters were submitted for a 72.98 percent voter turnout.
   In the race for Shelby County Sheriff, it was Dennis Perrigo winning, with 2,119 votes while Cole Hinshaw received 1,159 votes.
   For President of the United States, Republican candidate Donald Trump received 2,524 votes and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton received 606 votes. Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson received 92 votes, Green party candidate Jill Stein received 16 votes, and Constitution representative Darrell L. Castle received 14 votes.
   For District 5 State Representative, Republican incumbent Lindell F. Shumake received 2,315 votes and Democratic challenger O.C. Latta received 859 votes.
   For District 6 U.S. Representative, Republican incumbent Sam Graves received 2,428 votes. Democratic challenger David M. Blackwell received 649 votes. Libertarian candidate Russ Lee Monchil received 40 votes, Green Party candidate Mike Diel received 32 votes.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Color Walk/Run a Success
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Cameron Mitchell (left) and Kayl Gough pose for a picture after finishing the Color Walk/Run Saturday morning in downtown Shelbina.

The Color Walk/Run to raise money for four local kids to attend Diabetes Camp was a success.
   According to organizers, a total of 180 people walked or ran in the 5K (3.1 mile course that was mapped out for participants. The event raised approximately $3,000, with half going to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and half going to the four local people.
   The event was organized by MaKayla Garza, Anna Carpenter and C.J. Glover.
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Shelbina City Council Gets Update on Improvement Project
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The old Shelbina SMO Hall was knocked down on Tuesday after a portion of the wall in the southwest corner of the structure had caved in recently. Workers from Holman Construction brought down the structure.

The Shelbina City Council went over several things during Tuesday evening’s regular meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   City Improvement
   Shelbina City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer gave an update on the City Improvement project.
   He noted that progress is being made on the meter change-outs throughout town. He also noted that the light change out is going well. About 25 percent of the lights have been changed out.
   Assistant Superintendent Rob Trivette also said that light replacements have begun at the sewer plant. Trivette also noted that the people doing the change outs and replacements have been great to work with.
   City Clerk Tim Lacy said with the gas meters, to retrofit the rotary meters with the two inch meters is almost $1,000 a meter, and a new meter is about $1,000. “The compromise that we came up with is that they are going to give us $13,000 if we want to replace the meters,” Lacy explained.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina Man Faces Child Sex Related Charges After Arrest
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Stephen L. Bartlett

A Shelbina man faces several sex related charges dealing with a child as a result of an investigation by the Shelbina Police Department.
   According to the Shelbina Police, on Thursday, Nov. 2, with assistance from the FBI, an arrest was made at the 200 block of South Sixth Street in Shelbina.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Veterans Day Assemblies Set For Thursday
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The Veterans Day services at the local schools, Shelbina Villa and Salt River Community Care will take place on Thursday, November 10.
   They will be at Shelbina Elementary School in Shelbina at 8 a.m.
   They will then be at the Shelbina Villa Lifecare at 9 a.m.
   They will visit Salt River Community Care at 10:30 a.m.
   The day will conclude with an assembly at South Shelby High School at 1:30 p.m.
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