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South Shelby Prom King and Queen
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Pictured above are the South Shelby 2017 Prom King and Queen. They are Gentry Buzzard and Mercy Parker. They were crowned Saturday night at the Prom at South Shelby High School.

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Shelbina City Council Discusses Budget Activities
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The Shelbina City Council heard City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer talk about budget projects for the upcoming fiscal year during Tuesday night’s regular council meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   Budget Activities
   Klusmeyer said the Electric Department, they will actually show a deficit. He said the costs included in that deficit is the replacement of a 10-year old pickup truck. The truck will actually be handed down to the Street Department. So it will actually replace a 1996 Ford out of the Street Department.
   He said they are putting together numbers for planning and distribution that needs to be done. They are looking at roughly a $100,000 project that would include Maple Street, West Wood, Burlington Street from Chestnut over to Rawlings, North Missouri from the alley north of Maple to behind Casey’s. Klusmeyer said they have the material list built for all of those areas. He would like to advertise it for bid to get a labor price to see what the numbers look like for labor and equipment only.
   He’s guessing the $100,000 to $120,000 range for the project. They have around $43,000 in materials right now. This would include poles, transformer replacements and things of that nature. The council had no problem with Klusmeyer seeking bids. He said it would be approximately a 47 pole replacement.
   For complete story, see this week's issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Schneider Electric and City of Shelbina Close to Completion of City Improvement Project
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The City of Shelbina has implemented an advance metering system to provide citizens with a clearer view of how they use water and energy in their homes and businesses. The new metering system cut down on manual meter reading and automatically generate a final bill without turning services on or off during busy moving periods.
   Many of the 3,000 utility meters were over or approaching 20 years in operation. The city also had an antiquated billing system that required manual meter readings and data entry each month. To address the challenges associated with its aging meter infrastructure and manual processes, the city will replace or upgrade all of its existing water, electric and natural gas meters and install a fully integrated automatic meter reading (AMR) system that will improve data collection and monitoring of individual resident and business energy use.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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South Shelby Scholar Bowl to Compete at Nationals in Chicago
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With its strong finish at the Clarence Cannon Conference Scholar Bowl, the Scholar Bowl team from South Shelby High School proved themselves worthy to play on a national stage. On April 28, the team will represent their school in a national competition testing their knowledge of history, science, literature, fine arts, geography, the social sciences, current events, and more areas of study: National Academic Quiz Tournaments’ Small School National Championship Tournament.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Students of the Month
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On April 25th, Students of the Month were honored at Shelbina Elementary. The theme this time was “Sharpen The Saw.” Those honored were (in no particular order) Lora Roush, Johnny Cotrel, Matthew Blaine, Elizabeth Smith, Diamond Wolfe, Gracynn Lanpher, Holland Brendle, Jesse Kuntz, Allie Wharton, Caden Stevenson, Charlie Roush, Aeryess Baker, Noah Wilt, Sophie Dovin, Eli Hatcher, Maicyn Ratliff. Somer Gill, Jaaron Durbin, Allie Foster and Courtney Maubach.   8815 1717 4/26/2017 hdl


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