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Shelby County R-IV Board Has Options Dealing With Late Bills
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A big topic of concern for the Shelby County R-IV School Board and Superintendent Tim Maddex the late lunch bill situation the district is facing with some of its patrons.
   For the last two school board meetings, Maddex has talked to the board about the issue and sought input on how to best handle the situation.
   As of December 9, 2016, there were a total of 239 students with a negative lunch balance. The bills range from five cents to $316.30. Maddex said a total of $5,665.66 is owed from those 239 students.
   There are five students who actually owe more than $100, and 30 students who owe over $50. A total of 102 students owe less than $10. He noted that the largest family bill was $570.70.
   He also talked about how to handle unpaid bills. They talked about the small claims option that could be taken through the courthouse. They talked about filing a petition with the Prosecuting Attorney for bad checks.
   Small Claims
   Maddex had received information from the Shelby County Courthouse for what all entailed for small claims.
   He said the district would be limited to filing 12 small claims cases per year. They would have to file a petition for what is owed. The court cost for filing with one person’s name is $34.72 and $49.44 with both parents names filed. He explained that the person that owes will be served with a court date. Maddex said that if the person doesn’t pay after the court rules against them, a garnishment will be placed on their wages.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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County Officials Sworn In
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County officials were sworn in Tuesday morning.

Shelby County Officials were sworn in to office by Shelby County Clerk Tracy Smith Tuesday morning in the courtroom of the Shelby County Courthouse. Pictured above (left to right) are Smith, Liz Miles, Assessor; Susan Wilt, Public Administrator; Larry Roberts, Western District Commissioner; Tom Shively, Eastern District Commissioner; Corey Eagan, Coroner; and Dennis Perrigo, Sheriff’.
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Governor Names Chinn as the New Director of Department of Agriculture
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Chris Chinn

Governor-elect Eric Greitens announced his new Director for the Department of Agriculture. He sent the following message announcing his pick via Facebook:
   “Our farmers and ranchers form the backbone of Missouri. Every day, men and women across the state wake up before dawn and do hard work to make quality, affordable food for our families.
   But not everyone recognizes the important role of agriculture in Missouri. Activists and bureaucrats have attacked our farmers and ranchers. They’ve come after our family farms with crippling regulations (from Washington and Jeff City), reckless lawsuits, and political threats. This affects all of us. Our state depends on agriculture for food production and job creation.
   Today, I’m proud to welcome an outsider and a champion for agriculture to our team - I have selected Chris Chinn as the next Director of the Missouri Department of Agriculture. Chris is a fighter who cares deeply about our farmers because she is one. She’s fought hard for her family farm and for the tradition it represents. Now, she’s ready to fight for you.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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A Look Back at the Events of Shelby County in 2016...Part Two
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This is the second of a two-part series looking back at the events that took place in Shelby County in 2016.
   July 6, 2016
   Michelle Greenwell was crowned the 2016 Shelby County Fair Queen on Tuesday, July 5, at the Shelby County Fairgrounds.
   The Shelbina Parks and Recreation board put on a successful and popular Mud Run during the fourth of July at the Shelbina Lake.
   With the closing of Highway 15 for the replacement of the Black Creek Bridge, heavy traffic on county road 343 caused dust issues and danerous conditions.
   Obituaries: Donald F. Quigley.
   July 13, 2016
   The annual Demolition Derby capped off a successful Shelby County Fair on Saturday, July 9.
   The Shelby County Commission addressed an issue with recycling trailers being littered with trash, that was becoming quite a problem.
   The Shelbina City Council reviewed a list of streets it planned to have worked on later in the summer.
   Obituaries: Ronald “Randy” Stultz; Beverly Jean Stultz; Helen Marie Wilt.
   July 20, 2016
   Kids and adults alike got into the new phenomenom called Shelby County Rocks. People of all ages were painting and hiding rocks for others to find throughout the county.
   The South Shelby FCCLA had members competing at the National STAR Events in San Diego, Calif. at the National Leadership Conference.
   The Shelby County R-IV School Board received an update on the summer building project during its regular meeting on July 13.
   Obituary: Dr. Carl “Sonny” Parker (D.C.)
   July 27, 2016
   The Salt River Ambulance District held a ground breaking ceremony for its new facility on Thursday, July 21 in Shelbyville.
   The Shelbina City Council talked more about street options and a possible sidewalk project that would go from the four-way stop on Center Street east on Business 36 to the Hawkins Theater. They would later decide to put that project on hold.
   The South Shelby High School and Middle School Football Camps were held at the school.
   Obituries: Betty E. Hall; Charlie R. Dodd.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Cardinals Defeat South Callaway in Holiday Shootout at Moberly
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Alec Patterson scores against South Callaway on Thursday, Dec. 29, in the Holiday Shootout at Moberly Area Community College.

In a game that saw several lead changes throughout, it was the South Shelby Cardinals coming through down the stretch to defeat the South Callaway Bulldogs
   The Cards jumped out 5-0 on baskets by Clayson Patterson and Alec Patterson and a free throw by Brock Wood.
   They pushed the lead to 10-5 on a 3-pointer by Alec Patterson. South Callaway answered with five straight to tie the game at 10-10 with 1:23 to play in the first quarter.
   Alec Patterson scored with 59 seconds on the clock and after a Bulldog 3-point basket gave them a one-point lead, it was Brock Wood scoring with six seconds on the clock to make it 14-13 South Shelby after one quarter.
   After the Cards took a one point lead on a Brock Wood basket, South Callaway answered with a 6-0 run to take a 21-16 lead with 6:06 to play in the half. The Cards came right back with six straight as Clayson Patterson scored and Dawson Wood had back to back baskets giving the Cards a 22-21 lead with 3:04 to play in the half. After South Callaway scored two straight baskets to go back up, it was Alec Patterson scoring with 16 seconds on the clock to cut the deficit to 25-24 at the half.
   Both teams continued to trade baskets and the lead for much of the early part of the third quarter.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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