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Shelby County Senior Center gets a Much Needed $5,000 Donation from Northeast Power
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Douglas Aeilts, (center) CEO and General Manager of Northeast Power recently presented a check to Debra Sparks (left) and Charles Kreig (right) of the Shelby County Senior Center in the amount of $5,000.

Through the Sharing Success matching grant program, Northeast Missouri Electric Power Cooperative (Northeast Power) and CoBank awarded $5,000 to the Shelby County Senior Citizens Association for the purchase of a new copier.
   Since 2012, Northeast Power and CoBank have partnered on the Sharing Success program to provide a total of $50,000 to non-profit 501(c)(3) entities in northeast Missouri and southeast Iowa.
   “Concern for Community is one of the seven guiding principles of cooperatives, and Northeast Power is honored to have the opportunity to support our local communities through CoBank’s Sharing Success matching grant program,” said Douglas Aeilts, CEO and general manager of Northeast Power. “We are thankful for the work the Shelby County Senior Citizens Association is doing in Shelby County and we are happy to support their efforts.”
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Accident East of Shelbina
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A one-vehicle accident that occurred around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday afternoon resulted in fatality. At press time there were few details on the accident. It is believed three people were involved in the accident. Two were taken for treatment. No names or information were available. There will be a full report in next week’s edition of the Shelbina Weekly.   9278 1749 12/6/2017 hdl

Local Numbers Were Up for Shelby County Deer Hunters During 2017 Seasons
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Shelby County Conservation Agent Kevin Lockard released final numbers for deer season totals for Shelby County.
   Early Youth Season
   During the early youth season, a total of 96 antlered bucks were taken, compared to 76 a year ago. Nine button bucks were taken this year compared to six a year ago, and 42 does were taken compared to only 23 last year. That totals 147 deer during the early youth season this year compared to 105 last year.
   Firearm Season
   During the firearm season, a total of 849 antlered bucks were taken this year compared to 826 last year. There were 173 button bucks taken compared to 150 in 2016. There were 588 does taken compared to 572 last year. During the firearm season, a total of 1,610 deer were takent this year compared to 1,548 last year.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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The Shelbina Fire Protection District responded to assist the Clarence Fire Department with a car fire at 12:03 p.m. Monday. The fire was located east of Clarence off of Shelby County Road 306. The car was located in a field. The car fire resulted in a grass fire. Two people were injured as a result of the fire. One child was flown by Air-Evac helicopter to a hospital for treatment.   9262 1749 12/6/2017 hdl

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The MFA Oil Foundation recently awarded a grant to the Shelbina Police Department to assist with the purchase of an in-car camera system for its K9 vehicle. Pictured, left to right, are Floyd Buckman and Ron Geist of MFA Oil, Shelbina Police Chief Jerry Fenton, Ron Larrick and Kelly Webb of MFA Oil, and K9 Officer Cole Hinshaw and Zuko. MFA Oil Foundation provides support to nonprofit organizations that are working to improve communities where MFA Oil has a significant concentration of members and employees. Since it was established in 1998, the MFA Oil Foundation has awarded more than $1 million in grants. MFA Oil President and CEO Mark Fenner described the MA Oil Foundation as “a program that allows our company to give support back to the rural communities that are the foundation of our business. The grants the Foundation awards help support many youth programs and organizations active in addressing and solving community problems and improving the quality of life,” he said.   9263 1749 12/6/2017 hdl


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