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Shelby County Economic Development Looking to Fill the Director Position
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The Shelby County Economic Development board is in a transition period right now as it looks to fill its Director position.
   The organization, which started nearly 10 years ago in January of 2008, has evolved through the years. With the hiring of Robert Harrington as the first director in 2008, the SCED has been through three different directors. They include Harrington, Teresa Keller and Troy Renner.
   After SCED and Renner parted ways in the first part of June, the organization has been without a director, but has continued to meet and conduct business.
   Through the years the organization has had to find different places to house its director. It started out in the Shelby County Extension office in Shelbyville, then in the back of the Shelby County Health Department in Shelbyville. It later moved to the old Greening Eagan Hayes Funeral Home in Shelbyville, which was renovated to suit the SCED’s needs. It would later become Hackers Restaurant.
   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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Shelbina Elementary announced its Students of the Month last Thursday.

The Shelbina Elementary’s first Student of the Month ceremony was held on Thursday, Oct. 5. Those students pictured above were honored by their teachers. They are (in no particular order) Myra McWilliams, Easton Hatcher, Emma Eagan, Cambrie Jackson, Makenzie Wilt, Emma Ransom, Kylie Barton, Natalie Jackson, Jayden Small, Tegan O’Neal, Eli Hatcher and Veronica Grawe.   9134 1741 10/11/2017 hdl

Shelbina City Council Hires From Within to Replace Court Clerk
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The Shelbina City Council approved a morion to hire Brittany Bradshaw to be the new court clerk for the City of Shelbina. This took place during the regular council meeting on Tuesday night at the Shelbina City Hall.
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   Bradshaw, who worked in the Shelbina Police Department as a secretary, was filling in the court clerk position after the Lori Decker resigned. City Attorney John Wilcox spoke highly of Bradshaw’s performance in the position. The council passed a motion to offer her the job at $15.50 per hour with an increase to $16 after six months. Bradshaw accepted the position over the phone Tuesday night.
   By making this official, that allowed the council to then advertise for a replacement of Bradshaw’s position with the police department.
   SCADA System Update
   Shelbina City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer said that problems have continued with the way some of the meters are functioning. He said he has a meeting schedule for Monday with a representative from Square Deal and a representative of MPUA who works with SCADA systems.
   He said they are down to three items they aren’t pleased with. If they can get them hammered out, everything will be fine, according to Klusmeyer.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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South Shelby Band Participates at Clark County
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The South Shelby Band performed in Kahoka on Saturday. The band is under the direction of Josh McCoy.

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Annual Halloween Walk at Mark Twain Lake Oct. 20 & 21
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It's that time of year again when the Indian Creek Campground at Mark Twain Lake is full of family fun and spooky decorations. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Mark Twain Lake Chamber of Commerce are proud to announce the return of the Annual Halloween Walk Friday, October 20 and Saturday, October 21. Event times are 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday and 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. on Saturday.
   The Halloween Walk is a great chance for the little ones to "sharpen their trick-or-treating skills" and for the older kids to come see what all the excitement is about! Everyone is welcome to come in costume. Pets are not allowed in the event area.
   The Indian Creek Campground is located south of Monroe City. Take Highway 24 to State Road HH. Follow the signs to spooky fun! And don't forget a flashlight to light your way on your journey around the campground.
   The Mark Twain Lake Chamber of Commerce will be accepting a parking fee of $5 per vehicle for each night of the event to help provide park visitor safety services and to cover other incidental expenses related to the event. Shuttles will be available Saturday only. Only registered campers who have paid a camping fee and show their correlating white vehicle hang tag issued by the Indian Creek Fee Booth upon campsite registration will be exempt from this charge.Having exact change upon approaching the event will help expedite wait time and reduce long lines at the entry point.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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