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Barn Fire Northwest of Shelbina
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The Shelbina Fire Protection District responded to a fire Northwest of Shelbina aorund 10:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 28. A barn, owned by Dale Buzzard of Shelbina was found burning. The cause is unknown.

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Machine Shed Fire Outside Shelbina
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The Shelbina Fire Protection District responed to a fire of a machine shed owned by Michael Gill, on Monday, January 1. According to Alan Wilt, the shed was full of machinery, vehicles, jet ski, boat among other items. The cause of the fire is unknown.

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One-Vehicle Wreck Results in Injuries
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A one-vehicle accident left a Peoria, Ill. man with moderate injuries on Friday, Dec. 28 at around 11:14 p.m., one mile east of Hunnewell.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 54-year-old Montell T. Raymond was traveling east when his 2011 Chrysler 200 ran off the righ tside of the roadway, struck an embankment, became airborne, struck a utility pole, overturned, and came to rest off the roadway.
   Raymond was transported by Monroe City Ambulance to Hannibal Regional Hospital. He was wearing his seat belt.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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A Look Back at the Biggest Stories of 2017...Part 2
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This is the second of a two-part series looking back at the top local stories of 2017.
   July 5, 2017
   A sand volleyball tournament at the Shelbina Lake, which was sponsored by the Shelbina Men’s Organization, kicked off the events of the Shelby County Fair.
   Gigi White retired after 15 years of service with the Shelby County 911, where she served as a dispatcher.
   Kaylie Tillitt was awarded the PEO Scholarship from Chapter U, Shelbina. Phyllis Flemming presented it to her.
   July 12, 2017
   Kimberly Greenwell was crowned the Shelby County Fair Queen for 2017. She is the daughter of Stephen and Tammy Greenwell.
   The Second Annual Firecracker Mud Run was held at the Shelbina Lake on Tuesday, July 4. It was a very popular event that involved many people.
   The Shelbina City Council kept its focus on steps it could take to clean the town up.
   Obituaries: Weldon “Bill” Kennison; Norval Myrl Snider
   July 19, 2017
   The Shelby County R-IV School Board heard concerns about teacher/student ratios in the district’s elementary schools from Larry Mitchell during its regular meeting on July 13.
   Kevin T. Tillitt, 48, of Shelbina was found guilty of all charges on Friday, July 14, in a three day trial that took place in Kirksville.
   The annual demolition derby was held at the Shelby County Fairgrounds to cap the Shelby County Fair.
   Obituary: Judy Ann Miller
   July 26, 2017
   Workers from USDI were busy with a gas line project that took place between East Spruce and East Walnut in Shelbina.
   The Shelby County R-IV School Board held a special meeting to discuss the future goals of the district. A wide range of topics were discussed with the main focus being on the elementary schools in the district.
   Obituaries: Ronald Edward Canaday; John Curtis Dennis; Floyd Jenness; Jim Wood; Lyndell M. Dodge; Bonnie Ann Broughton; Dennis Roland Wilt; Carl Edward Chandler.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Shelbyville Fire Guts House
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The Shelbina Fire Protection District responded as mutual aid to Shelbyville Tuesday afternoon for a house fire at 702 East Monroe Street. Shelbina joined the Shelby Community Fire Department in trying to get the blaze under control.

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