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South Shelby Courtwarming King and Queen
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Mason Greenwell and Lexie Wilt

The South Shelby High School Prom was held Saturday night in the high school gym. This year’s prom king and queen are Mason Greenwell and Lexie Wilt. They were announced at the dance. Mason is the son of Mike and Marcia Greenwell of Shelbina and Lexie is the daughter of Rusty and Audra Wilt of Shelbina. Several pictures from the Grand March are inside this today’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly   4828 1218 5/2/2012 hdl

 
Her Memory Lives On
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Pictured above are the Precious Moment figurines that were made in memory of Christy Maubach.

It hasn’t been easy for anyone involved but it has finally become a reality. After months of eager anticipation the FFA Precious Moments inspired by the life of Christy Maubach have arrived at the Chicken Coop in Shelbina.
   Maubach, who died in a vehicle accident her senior year at South Shelby, had accomplished a lot in a short time. During her sophomore year, she lost her mother Lola, who died of lung cancer at the age of 38. Christy was forced to become a mother-figure for her younger siblings, who at the time were in second, fourth and seventh grades. It would be two short years later when she lost her life in the accident.
   Christy’s father Bobby and her siblings were left to deal with the loss.
   She was very involved in the FFA program. Her interest was in grain and beef production. She received the “most active freshman member” pin and “chapter scholarship” pin. She also competed at state in “Public Speaking.” She would later become FFA Chapter secretary.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Four-Hour Man Hunt Ends With the Arrest of a Hunnewell Man
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Local authorities were busy Friday morning looking for a man who ran from a sheriff’s deputy when being approached while walking down the road.
   After searching approximately four hours, Dennis J. Beaver 26, of Hunnewell was arrested when he was found by Shelby County Sheriff Dennis Perrigo, hiding in a brush pile about a mile east of Shelbina.
   The Missouri State Highway Patrol, the Patrol’s K-9 Unit and the Shelby County Sheriff’s Department were all in on the search..
   Beaver was wanted on State Parole Warrants and had run out of gas on Route T. He was walking along the road when Sheriff’s Deputy Bill Hester pulled up to see if Beaver needed assistance.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Two-Vehicle Accident Results in Serious Injuries
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A Clarence man was involved in a two-vehicle accident that occurred around 3:43 p.m. on Friday, April 27 on U.S. 63 and Route K near Cairo.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 54-year-old Michael R. Basler failed to stop at a stop sign and pulled his 2002 International off of Route K and across Highway 63 into the path of a northbound vehicle driven by 22-year-old Jared T. Taylor. Both vehicles slid into the median after impact.
   Basler suffered serious injuries as a result of the accident and was transported by Randolph County Ambulance to Moberly Regional Hospital. Taylor also suffered serious injuries and was transported by Randolph County Ambulance to University Hospital in Columbia. A passenger in Taylor’s vehicle, 23-year-old Candice L. Saultz of Rolla also sustained serious injuries. She was transported by Randolph County Ambulance to University Hospital in Columbia.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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Bethel Man Involved in Two-Vehicle Accident
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A Bethel man was involved in a two-vehicle accident at around 11:43 a.m. on Saturday, April 28 on 164th Avenue, one mile south of Lewistown.
   According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 47-year-old David B. Moss of Bethel was southbound when he came over the crest of a hill and saw 32-year-old Jeffery C. Smith of Lewistown, turning around in the road on his lawn tractor. Moss was unable to stop in time and struck Smith’s vehicle.
   Smith suffered moderate injuries as a result of the accident and was transported by Lewis County EMS to Blessing Hospital in Quincy. Smith’s lawn tractor was totaled as a result of the accident and Moss’s vehicle sustained extensive damage.
   For the full story, see this week’s issue of the Shelbina Weekly.
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