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Fire Fighters Respond to Garage Fire Monday Afternoon West of Shelbina
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Remains of a garage go up in flames at 3839 County Road 434, west of Shelbina and just south of South Shelby High School Monday afternoon. The Shelbina Fire Protection District and the Shelby Community Fire Department responded.

A fire that was seen by a semi tractor-trailer driver traveling on Highway 36 resulted in the loss of a garage and damage to another out building on Monday afternoon at 3839 County Road 434, west of Shelbina, and just south of South Shelby High School.
   According to Shelbina Fire Protection District Assistant Chief Allan Wilt, the truck driver saw the flames from the highway and called 911.
   Wilt said it is believed that an electrical line that had been damaged during the tornado two weeks ago was dangling and made contact with the building, causing a spark, which started the fire.
   By the time fire fighters were on the scene, the garage was fully engulfed.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Several Issues Discussed at Latest Shelbina City Council Regular Meeting
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The Shelbina City Council received an update on the City Improvement Project and discussed a cost allocation issue during the last Shelbina City Council meeting on Tuesday, March 14 in the Shelbina City Hall.
   Improvement Project
   Update
   Klusmeyer said the project is starting to wind down. He said they still have some things that need to be addressed. They are still waiting on two electric meters that they haven’t received yet. They were able to get a couple of water meters in at the lake. Overall, everything went very well last week with the meter reading process.
   “The only thing that’s hanging out there (to be done) is work on the electric side with our SCADA system. The rest of it is winding down,” Klusmeyer explained.
   He was asked if the new street lights survived the wind storm that came through Shelbina a couple of weeks ago. Klusmeyer said they haven’t lost a light fixture yet.
   He was also asked about the power outage that took place in the north part of town a week ago Sunday. He explained that a semi hit a pole, causing the power outage.
   As far as the city improvement project, Klusmeyer said Schneider Electric won’t come back and do a full system audit for a few months.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Fire Fighters Respond to Chlorine Leak at Shelbina Water Plant
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A chlorine leak occurred at the Shelbina Water Plant Monday afternoon.

The Shelbina Fire Protection District responded to a Hazmat call at the Shelbina Water Plant Monday afternoon at 1:15 p.m. A valve on a cylinder of chlorine had ruptured causing a chlorine leak. Firefighters entered the building and were able to place a containment device on the cylinder to stop the leak. Firefighters were assisted by the City of Shelbina,   8759 1712 3/22/2017 hdl

 
Clarence Man Faces Several Charges after Approaching Officers with a Hammer
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On Saturday, March 18, at about 3:30 p.m., an officer with the Shelbina Police Department was notified of an ongoing harassment which involved multiple victims in the Shelbina area. During the investigation, officers identified the alleged suspect as Jeffery Griswold, 46, of Clarence. 
   With the assistance of the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department and the Clarence Police Department, officers attempted to contact Griswold at his home in Clarence. When contacted, Griswold approached officers with a hammer, made threats and refused to comply. Subsequently, a taser was deployed which was ineffective on Griswold. Eventually, Griswold was taken into custody and transported to the Shelby County Jail.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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“Amy’s Story” Bags Given to Shelbina Elementary Preschool Students by Gary and Marty Hawkins
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Gary and Marty Hawkins presented packets to Shelbina Elementary students in memory of their daughter Amy.

Amy’s Story - A Literacy Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable organization established by Gary (a former principal at Shelbina Elementary) and Marty Hawkins in memory of their daughter, Amy Kathryn Hawkins, who attended Shelbina Elementary in Kindergarten. Amy died in 2003 as a result of an automobile accident. She loved books and grew up reading, listening to books on tape, and writing her own stories. Amy also wanted to be a child advocate and help others. In an effort to honor Amy and her passions, her parents created and continue to direct this literacy foundation. Each year, Amy’s Story distributes book bags to pre-kindergarten children in 7 counties in Missouri to support and enhance literacy development at home.   8761 1712 3/22/2017 hdl

 
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