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Tillitt Gets 90 Years After Convicted on Six Charges
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nvicted on six child-sex related charges and sentenced 15-years on each conviction, totaling a 90-year sentence in the Missouri Department of Corrections. Melinda Tillitt had her sentence handed down by Circuit Judge Rick Tucker Wednesday, Nov. 23, in the Macon County Courthouse.
   The case had gone before a jury and Tillitt was found guilty on six counts on Friday Sept. 23.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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The Shelbina Elementary Students of the Month were announced Tuesday. The theme this time was “Begin with the End in Mind.” Those recognized included Peyton Buckman, Bryce Grawe, Camden Purdy, Everett Ratliff, Colton Voss, Jace McWilliams, Lillie Broughton, Katelyn Wilt, Jayda Lanpher, Alexis Harris, Katelyn Baldwin, Abbie Foster and Anna Livers.   8511 1648 11/30/2016 hdl

Shelbina City Council Continues to Monitor Improvement Project, Talks Finances
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The Shelbina City Council reviewed the City Improvement project during its regular meeting held last Tuesday, Nov. 22 at the Shelbina City Hall.
   City Improvement
   Shelbina City Clerk Tim Lacy reported that the meter replacement project is about 80 percent of the way done, with the exception of the big gas meters that need to be replaced and a couple two inch meters and a one inch meter that has to be replaced. Shelbina City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer said they actually had finished the gas meter replacement that day.
   They actually went through town and did a first reading, to work out the kinks.
   Lacy said the street light crew is about three-fourths of the way done. Lacy explained that the count for street lights was 51 short for what they thought was public lighting. He said if the City wanted to purchase those additional 51 lights, it would be at a cost of approximately $35,000. He said there never was a very accurate count on the street lights. Klusmeyer suggested that the City have them change out anything from the quadrant they are working on that isn’t on the street. “If it’s back in a driveway, just don’t change it. We can probably get by with finishing the rest of the street lights with what they have in stock. We (the City) can slide out there and do the lake and golf course out of our lights,” he explained.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Deer Totals Down in Shelby County From Last Year
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Listed below are the firearm deer totals for Shelby County, as released by Shelby County Conservation Agent Kevin Lockard.
   For the firearms season, a total of 827 bucks were taken and 527 does. There were 150 button bucks taken for a total of 1,549 total deer. That total was down 77 from 2015.
   Statewide, a total of 185,061 deer were taken. Last year a total of 186,542 were taken. This year’s total was down 1,481.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina Man Involved in a Two-Vehicle Accident
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A Shelbina man was involved in a two-vehicle accident resulting in minor injuries on Wednesday, Nov. 23, one mile north of Macon on Highway 63.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a vehicle driven by 36-year-old Ryan L. Presson of Shelbina was attempting to make a left turn when he pulled into the path of a vehicle driven by 15-year-old Kendra D. Llewellyn.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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