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Shelbina City Council Approves Bid From Line Brothers & Sons for Pole Replacement Project
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The Shelbina City Council approved a bid for the city’s line replacement project, received an update on the SCADA system and approved a motion to continue a service contract with Hach during Tuesday night’s regular meeting at the Shelbina City Hall.
   Pole Replacement Bids
   The City received five bids for the pole replacement project that will take place in Shelbina. Shelbina City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer said they decided to scratch one of the five projects to keep within budget. They scratched the Missouri Street project.
   The cost of Line Brothers to do the four projects will be $87,500. A motion was approved to go with that bid. Klusmeyer said the City would try to take care of the Missouri Street project itself in-house.
   He noted that they will be replacing 45 poles, not counting the Missouri Street project.
   The time-line for the project is to have it off the books before the next fiscal year that begins July 1. He said he is guessing a March-April-May time-line.
   Water Plant
   SCADA System
   Klusmeyer reported that Mark Twain is wanting to drop the city from carrying its system for monitoring the water towers. Klusmeyer wants to go back to a low frequency radio system that will be run in-house.
   The cost of the total install for the new system would be around $10,000, which includes, equipment, labor and startup for the new system.
   This system controls the water pumps and monitors the tower levels and alarms, Klusmeyer explained to the council. A motion was approved by the council to proceed with this. Klusmeyer will be working with Blakely & Associates.
   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.

The Shelbina Elementary Students of the Month were recognized Tuesday morning. They are pictured above (in no particular order) Brinlee Gill, Kamden Fohey, Peyton Buckman, Arianna Harris, Isaac Totten, Callie Moellering, Jalyn Snider, Bree Gill, Kale McElhoe, Lucas Broyles, Katelyn Baldwin and Callie McWilliams.   9240 1748 11/29/2017 hdl

 
Clarence Man Facing Charges of Arson in Connection to the Nov. 20 House Fire in Clarence
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In a follow-up to last week’s front page picture of the house fire in Clarence, an arrest was made.
   George Gale, 55, of Clarence, the resident of the home, was arrested and charged with second degree arson, a Class D felony. The arrest was made on Monday, Nov. 20, the day of the fire.
   Gale, who admitted to starting the fire after calling 911, is being held in the Shelby County Jail on a $5,000 cash only bond pending his upcoming court date.
   The house was located at 400 West Walnut in Clarence, and sat on the north side of the street on property owned by Crop Production.
   Members of the Clarence Fire Department responded and called the Shelbina Fire Protection District and the Shelby Community Fire Department for mutual aid. Also on hand was the Salt River Ambulance and the Clarence Fire Department. Shelby County 911 also assisted.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbyville Man Dies in Two-Vehicle Accident; Clarence Teen Suffers Serious Injuries
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A Shelbyville man died, and a Clarence teen is in serious condition as a result of a two-vehicle accident that occurred around 5:17 p.m. Monday on Highway 36, five miles east of Macon.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 84-year-old Albin J. Covington of Shelbyville was driving east in the west bound lanes when his vehicle struck head on with a vehicle driven by 17-year-old Katelyn M. Sizemore of Clarence.
   Covington was transported by Macon County Ambulance to Samaritan Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 6:54 p.m.
   Sizemore was transported by Macon County Ambulance to Samaritan Hospital and then taken by Air Evac to University Hospital in Columbia.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Breakfast With Santa is Set for December 2
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Joining FCCLA members for their annual Breakfast with Santa to kick off the holiday season!
   First, take your photo with Santa and then find your way to the free will donation breakfast consisting of pancakes, sausage and juice!
   After breakfast create some crafts that are tasty and beautiful to take home!
   They hope to see many families and children this Saturday, December 2, at South Shelby High School at 8:30-11 a.m. to kick off December.
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