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On Wednesday, Chief Jerry Fenton took two children shopping for themselves and their families. On Friday the Police Department handed out Christmas presents to children and meals for families in the community. Meals were provided for 10 families and presents for four other families.   9328 1752 12/27/2017 hdl

Filings for the April 3 Municipal Election
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The following is a list of persons who have filed a declaration of candidacy in the Shelby County Clerks office for openings at various political subdivisions for the Municipal Election to be held on April 3, 2018. Filing closes on January 16, 2018.
   Salt River Nursing Home District Board of Directors (Salt River Community Care)
   One director, district #1 (All of Black Creek Township with the exception of a small part of the south west corner (six sections).
   Vote for one, Three year term: Jerry L. Myers
   One director, district #6 (All of Taylor and Bethel Townships).
   Vote for one, three year term: Julia Perrigo
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Notice of Filing for the August 7 Primary Election
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For those persons wishing to file a declaration of candidacy to appear as a candidate for nomination at the Primary Election, filing will open on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 8 a.m. and will continue until Tuesday, March 27, 2018 at 5 p.m. Filing for county offices on the first day will be done in the lottery style method. Filing on the remaining days will be in the order of filing. Placement on the ballot will be determined using this method. Filing for the following offices will take place in the office of County Clerk Tracy Smith, located at 100 East Main in Shelbyville.
   County Offices available for filing are, Associate Circuit Judge, Presiding Commissioner of the County Commission, Clerk of the Circuit Court, County Clerk, County Treasurer, Recorder of Deeds, Prosecuting Attorney and Collector of Revenue.
   Political Committee men and women officers that will file for election are Township Committeeman and Committeewoman. Townships in Shelby County are Taylor, Bethel, Tiger Fork, Clay, Jefferson, Black Creek, North River, Lentner, Salt River West, Salt River East and Jackson. Filings for Township Committee positions will only appear on the ballot if there is more than one person who files for each position.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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A Look Back at the Biggest Stories in 2017...Part One
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This is the first of a two-part series looking back at the top stories of 2017.
   January 4, 2017
   Shelby County Officials were sworn into office at the Shelby County Courthouse on Wednesday, Jan. 3.
   The Shelby County R-IV School Board takes a look at options on how to deal with late bills from patrons in the district.
   January 11, 2017
   Kerry Cordray of the Missouir Public Utility Alliance presented a check to Shelbina City Superintendent Dennis Klusmeyer for the City of Shelbina in the amount of $65,957 to go toward improvements for the City’s electrical system.
   Shelbina City Clerk Tim Lacy addressed high utility bills during the regular city council meeting on Jan. 10.
   Obituary: J.C. Graupman
   January 18, 2017
   Slick conditions caused a tractor trailer accident two miles east of Shelbina on Saturday, Jan. 14. The accident resulted in minor injuries.
   The Shelby County R-IV School Board renewed superintendent Tim Maddex’s contract.
   Obituary: Jerry Earl Moffitt; Opal L. Varner.
   January 25, 2017
   The City of Shelbina received a poor audit review from the State Auditor’s office. Improvements would be made throughout the year.
   The South Shelby Cardinals won the North Shelby Basketball Tournament.
   The Shelbina City Council received an update on the City Improvement project and wastewater project during its regular meeting.
   Obituaries: Mary Marie Bollow; Marion Leon Smoot.
   February 1, 2017
   Shelbina Elementary honored its Students of the Month for the month of February.
   The State Auditor announced the start of an audit in the Shelby County Courthouse.
   Obituary: Charles L. Parker.
   February 8, 2017
   Kenzie Kendrick was crowned the 2017 South Shelby Courtwarming Queen. She is the daughter of Kyle and Theresa Kendrick of Shelbina. This took place on Friday, Feb. 3.
   The City of Shelbina along with Shelby County employees worked together to clean up old junk concrete and dirt from previous projects that have taken place through the City. The excess dirt was being cleaned up just east of the Wastewater Facility in Shelbina.
   The City of Shelbina was waiting on its personal audit report before it turned in financial reports to the State Auditor, City Clerk Tim Lacy explained during a Feb. 2 City Council meeting.
   Obituaries: Margaret Aileen Todd; Charles N. Sharpe; Charles Herman Walter; Hazel Strachan; Madeline Sparks.
   February 15, 2017
   The Shelby County R-IV School Board approved a late fee policy to help in collecting back fees which were beginning to be a financial burden on the district.
   Fire fighters and first responders covered an accident involving a 2003 Freightliner that ran off the right side of Highway 36 east of Hunnewell and came to rest on its side near the railroad tracks. The driver escaped without injury.
   Obituaries: Martha (Deaton) Mason; Doris Imogene Ewing.
   February 22, 2017
   The Shelbina Fire Protection District responded to a grass fire on the west edge of Shelbina on Thursday, Feb. 16.
   South Shelby Senior Ebony Teter received a full ride scholarship for four years to attend Columbia College. It was worth $87,744.
   Obituaries: Rita Marie (Ryckman) Brown; Arthur L. Buckwalker; Dorothy Arlene Parsons; Mary Theresa Johnston-Thrasher.
   March 1, 2017
   The Shelbina City Council approved staff for the Shelbina Lakeside Golf Course, and received an update on the City Improvemnet project during its Feb. 21 meeting.
   Jo Kampschmidt retired from working at the Chicken Coop full time. She had been in business in Shelbina for the past 40 years.
   The South Shelby FFA held its annual appreciation breakfast for the public on Wednesday, Feb. 22.
   Obituaries: Kathy Ann Beiser; Reba Amelia Gordon.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Marceline Basketball Tournament - Girls Bracket
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