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The Shelbina Fire Protection responded to a structure fire on Thursday, April 5 at 4:03 p.m. The building was located just north of Shelbina on Highway 15. It was fully engulfed upon arrival. There were several explosions, which injured one person. He was transported by private vehicle to Hannibal Regional Hospital and later flown to a Columbia hospital for observation. Shelbina firefighters were assisted by the Shelby Community Fire Department, Monroe City Fire Department, Missouri State Highway Patrol, Shelby County Sheriff’s Department , Shelbina Police Department, Salt River ambulance, the Missouri Division of Fire Safety, City of Shelbina Electric Department and Shelby County 911.   9548 1815 4/11/2018 hdl

Shelbina City Council Discusses Parking Issues
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The Shelbina City Council had a new member sworn in prior to Tuesday night’s meeting at the Shelbina City Hall. New West Ward Alderman Chad Wharton attended his first meeting.
   No Parking Discussion
   City Clerk Tim Lacy said he received a call from MoDOT asking if the City would enforce no parking laws in front of Casey’s and Dollar General if MoDOT put up signs. There is a concern with the dangers of pulling out on Highway 15. The other side of the discussion was that council members didn’t want to hurt businesses by restricting areas for the customers to park.
   The council decided to talk to City Marshal Jerry Fenton about it. They also discussed a noise abatement engine breaking ordinance that they will consider.
   Special Road District
   The City wants to explore the Special Road District and consider what is best for the Shelbina and its people, pertaining to future involvement with it. This will be discussed more in future meetings.
   Ordinance for Use Tax
   The council approved an ordinance to continue application and collection of the local sales tax on motors that were purchased from a source other than a licensed Missouri dealer and calling and providing for an election on this issue.
   The election will be Tuesday, Aug. 7.
   Pool Season Family
   Pass Punch Cards
   The Council is considering going with a family pass for the Aquatic Center in a punch card form. Lacy said that they would sell a pass with a certain amount of punches on it, that could be used by whoever the family wanted. In the past they have run into a problem of others getting in on someone else’s family pass. This way, the family could allow who it wanted to use the punch card, but it would cost whoever uses it a punch.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Questions and Answers About the Possible Resistricting of Shelby County R-IV
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Here are some quick answers that were provided by Shelby County R-IV Superintendent Tim Maddex and Shelby County Clerk Tracy Smith regarding the possible split of the school district.
   Can names come off the petition if those who signed it change their mind?
   Yes...up until they are certified.
   Can the petition be pulled by those who filed it?
   According to the school’s attorney, the petition can be pulled off the ballot up until a certain date, if they petition the election authority to do so.
   What if one district approves the split but the other district doesn’t?
   It would go to the arbitration board set by the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
   Does the split have to pass by a simple majority?
   Who would get the Clarence buildings and fixtures inside if the split actually occurred?
   It will have to be an agreement between both board of education, on who gets what. It would be something that would have to be worked out.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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South Shelby Prom Royalty
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The 2018 South Shelby Prom King Dylan Threlkeld and Queen Emilie Hamblen.   9551 1815 4/11/2018 hdl

Give Cancer the Boot 5K Walk/Run Fundraiser
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Helping Hand of Clarence is once again planning to host their annual 5K Walk/Run fundraiser. It will be held on Saturday morning, May 5, 2018 at 8:30am. Our starting point is the east driveway of Chinn Feed Mill, Old Hwy 36. Registration and t-shirt delivery begins at 8 a.m. The start whistle blows at 8:30 a.m.
   Helping Hand of Clarence is a small group of members who have dealt with a cancer diagnosis themselves or cared for a family member with cancer. We are a non-profit group established in 2006.
   Our financial gifts are sent to recipients with a Shelby County address to help them while they deal with their cancer diagnosis. Names of recipients are kept confidential and we only learn of the need through caring family or friends.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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