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State Auditor Announces the Start of Shelby County Audit
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Missouri State Auditor Nicole Galloway announced her office has begun an audit of the government of Shelby County. The county’s most recent audit was released in 2013, and received an overall performance rating of good.
   The 2013 audit found the county collector held a dormant bank account containing a balance of several thousand dollars in unidentified funds. Shelby County Collector John Chinn clarified that the actual amount was $3,247.53, and he said should be more accurately described as undistributed funds. Chinn said he first discovered the dollar amount at the end of the 2007 tax year. He added that the State Auditor was notified of the difference in the tax book after he discovered it.
   Chinn said he decided to leave the funds in the existing bank account in order to isolate those funds. In 2008, his office opened a new account, with the consent of the Shelby County Commission, and the first account became inactive, or as the State Auditor described, dormant.
   Chinn said that during his first audit in 2009 the issue was discussed and Chinn said he would continue to try to identify where the amounts should be distributed. In 2013 he explained there had been no more distribution of funds and he asked the auditor what he should do at that point. He said that Mark Reuther, who conducted the exit interview, suggested making equitable distribution of the funds.
   Chinn said in July of 2013 he distributed the money into the South Shelby, North Shelby and Monroe City and Lewis County School Districts. He also sent it to the Salt River Ambulance and Monroe City Ambulance Districts, Salt River and Clarence Nursing Homes, the Shelby County Road and Bridge Department and the Shelbina Special Road District, the Shelbina Fire Protection District and the LaBelle Fire Department, the Shelby County Health Department and the county’s general fund.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Courtwarming Candidates
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Courtwarming candidates and attendants are pictured above.

The South Shelby Courtwarming candidates and attendants are pictured above. They are (front row, left to right) Queen Candidates Kenzie Kendrick, Morgan Collins, Aleicia Brown and Mercy Parker. (Middle row) freshman attendent Mallory Wood, sophomore candidate Katie Mitchell and junior attendent Kyliee Lanpher. (Back row) Mr. Basketball candidates Dylan Boling and Dawson Wood.   8657 1705 2/1/2017 hdl

Courtwarming Set For this Week at South Shelby
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The annual South Shelby Courtwarming will be held this Friday when the Cardinals and Lady Birds host Palmyra.
   Mr. Basketball will be announced at the half of the Lady Birds game, and the Courtwarming Queen will be announced at the half of the boys game.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbina Elementary Students of the Month
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Shelbina Elementary announced its Students of the Month on Tuesday.

Shelbina Elementary honored its “Students of the Month” on Tuesday morning. The theme this time was “Think Win Win.” Those honored include (in no particular order) Wyndle Boyd Schoonover, Preston Tharp, Lilly McQuitty, Judah Mackey, Jayse Durbin, Isaac Totten, Landon Young, Brooklyn Focht, Peyson Larrick, Bree Gill, Garrett Schwieter, Natalie Jackson, Timmy White, Rilynn Schaefer, Kale McElhoe, Raegan Hammond, Madison Wilt, Belle Roush, Keira Minter, Owen Stueve, Dracus Power, Karlee Carman, Kamryn Mitchell and Kayl Gough.   8659 1705 2/1/2017 hdl

South Shelby FCCLA to Host STAR Events this Friday
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South Shelby High School will be the host of the Northeast Missouri FCCLA STAR Events this Friday.
   The school will be full of FCCLA students and advisors from several different area schools as they compete with each other.
   FCCLA students have been preparing for much of the school year for this day, and they hope to score well with what ever event they are in.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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