The Shelby County Herald

The Shelby County Herald, 109 E. Main St., Shelbyville, MO  63469

Phone: 573-633-2261, Fax: 573-633-2133 



WEDNESDAY, August 20, 2014 ~ Volume 144 No. 34

Home     Headlines     Sports & Other News     Photo Gallery     Classified Ads     Archives

Click To Contact
Click To Open
View Website
View Website
Click To  Visit Website


Ball Field Ready; Building Ready; New Website Coming Soon; North Shelby School Board Prepared for School Year
Click Photo to Enlarge  
School Board President, Donnie Parsons presented Megan Carlyle and Hunter Easley-Mahaffey certificates and the board recognized them for taking their STAR Event to the FCCLA National Convention. SCH photo

by Corby Cochenour
   The North Shelby School Board met in regular session, Wednesday evening, August 13, in the High School Library. After the Pledge of Allegiance was recited, Donnie Parsons, board president, called the meeting to order. Michael Rich and Scot Shively were absent.
   Student/Staff Recognition
   Hunter Easley-Mahaffey and Megan Carlyle were presented a certificate and recognized by the board and administration for taking their STAR Event to the FCCLA National Convention in San Antonio. They received the Silver Award for their work.
   Rob Southers was recognized by the board and administration and presented the 2014 Exemplary School Bus Maintenance Award. The school district has to have 90% of their school busses to pass by the Missouri Highway Patrol. North Shelby had 100% passing.
   Public Comment
   Kevin Lockhard, Shelby County Conservation
   Agent, addressed the board about an archery program. He stated that the start up cost for the program would be around $3,000 and they could apply for a grant for $1500. He mentioned that he has some people who have volunteered to help with the cost of the program.
   The instruction consists of a two week program. It can be done in fourth through twelfth grade. It only has to be taught in one of the grades. Faculty can be certified to teach the class and it doesn’t cost anything to certify the teachers.
   He spoke about other schools in the area holding archery tournaments and how they are using the program. He answered the board’s questions and stated that he can provide more information in later meetings, if needed.
   Ball Field
   Kim Gaines, Superintendent, reported that the ball field is done and that it looks really nice. She stated that the infield and the sod look really good. ...
   Read the complete story in this week's Shelby County Herald

Smith Placed High at the Missouri State Fair
Click Photo to Enlarge  
Photo shared courtesy of Jesse Heimer

Kendle Smith, 19, of Shelbyville, received Champion Heavy Weight Crossbred and Overall Grand Champion Crossbred in the Open Barrow Show at the 2014 Missouri State Fair on August 9. Kendle is the son of Curtis and Melissa Smith. Pictured left to right are: Judge Dan Lane, Kyle Smith, Kaylee Smith, Kendle Smith, Judge Ken Lane, and Jesse Heimer.  3105

60th Anniversary Reception
Click Photo to Enlarge  

Please join Jack and Pauline Wood as they celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary reception with cake and punch on Saturday, August 30th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at the Clarence Veterans Building. Please, No Gift, your presence is the greatest gift to them.  3106

Keota Coming to Shelbyville
Click Photo to Enlarge  

Keota will be performing Friday, August 22, at the Old Settlers Reunion in Shelbyville. The group has been described as “Acoustic with Attitude.”
   Keota was formed in 2007 with five long time musicians that just wanted to play music, a lot of music, and play it in a way that was refreshing and unique.

People still “flock” to Bethel’s World’s Sheep & Fiber Arts Festival held August 30th & 31st
Click Photo to Enlarge  

Over the past 35 years this family friendly “all things sheep” festival has kept people from all over the Midwest coming back again and again to spend their Labor Day Weekend in Bethel at the World Sheep & Fiber Arts Festival
   This year Saturday, August 30th, starts off with several brand new events to the festival including the “Don’t Sweat It Walk” for Ectodermal Dysplasias sponsored by the Omicron Pi Chapter of Delta Theta Tau Soroity. The walk will begin at 7am at the Sheep Barn and will finish there as well. Also, new to the festival this year is the Petting Zoo sponsored by the South Shelby FFA and held on Saturday.
   Other new events taking place on Saturday are the Youth Judging Workshop, the Sheep Fitting Demonstration, the Predator Control Workshop and the 1st Annual Sheep Fest Cook Off.
   The Youth Judging Workshop will begin at 9 am in the One Stop Tent. The workshop is being offered by Daniel Mallory, Youth Livestock Specialist, with judging classes of both goats and sheep. At 10:15 the Sheep Fitting Demonstration will start behind the announcer stand, showing onlookers how to fit a sheep ready to show from start to finish. Another new workshop being added to ...
   Read the complete story in this week's Shelby County Herald

Bethel will host 1st Annual Sheep Fest Cook Off during Labor Day Weekend
Click Photo to Enlarge  

This year for the first time in it’s 35 year history the World Sheep & Fiber Arts Festival will be adding a cook off to its schedule on Saturday, August 30th.
   The competition has 3 different categories including Ribs, Brisket and Leg of Lamb with prizes given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each of the 3 categories. There will also be a People’s Choice Winner and a Grand Champion Overall.
   In each of the 3 categories 1st place will receive $70 cash sponsored by Andrew Bichsel and Inground Solutions of Leonard. 2nd place will receive $25 cash and a $25 C&R gift card and 3rd place will receive ...
   Read the complete story in this week's Shelby County Herald

August Flower and Yard of the Month
Click Photo to Enlarge  
SCH photo

Residents from the Shelbina Villa choose the Yard and Flower winners. They are trying to honor homes that have not been recognized before.
   The August Flower of the Month award went to Ernie and Beverly Maddex at 208 W. Main Street. Their yard is full of beautiful flowers with an antique touch.

Click Photo to Enlarge  
SCH photo

Rogers and Jerri Hewitt can be seen sitting on their porch enjoying their beautiful yard. Their well maintained shrubs and landscaping helped earn them Yard of the Month. Their yard can be seen at 307 S. Cleveland.  3111

Shelby County Firefighters Participated in a Grain Bin Rescue Class
Click Photo to Enlarge  
Picture from the training, courtesy of Jared Wilt.

Firefighters from the Shelby Community Fire Department and the Shelbina Fire Protection District attended a grain bin rescue class Wednesday, August 13th at Shelbyville. Approximately 20 firefighters learned techniques on how to rescue a person trapped in a grain bin. A Rescue tube was used that was recently donated to the Shelby Community Fire Department.  3112

Click Photo to Enlarge  

Lula F. Blaise
   Lula Faye Blaise, 93, Shelbina, died on Wednesday, August 13, 2014 at the Salt River Community Care in Shelbina. She was born on May 20, 1921, in Clarence, MO, the daughter of James Clarence and Lelah Helen Pitzer Sutton. Funeral services were held on Monday, August 18 at 11 a.m. at the Greening-Eagan-Hayes Funeral Home in Shelbina. Visitation preceded the service. Burial was in the Shelby Memorial Cemetery at Shelbyville.


Photo Gallery

Photo Galleries have been omitted from this issue.

The Shelby County Herald
The County Seat Newspaper
Serving More Residents Than Any Other Newspaper in Shelby County,
Shelbyville, Missouri 63469
USPS 492-460
Published every Wednesday
at Shelbyville, Missouri 63469
Dennis W. Williams
(573) 633-2261
FAX: (573) 633-2133
(573) 588-4214
in Southern Shelby County
or call (660) 699-2344
Martha Jane East
Debbie Williams, Staci McLelland,
Corby Cochenour, Cindy Carlyle
Established 1870
Periodicals Postage Paid at
Shelbyville, Missouri 63469

Please send address changes to
Shelby County Herald
P.O. Box 225
Shelbyville, MO  63469
Advertising Representative
Columbia, Missouri

ADVERTISING: Column widths conform to (SAU) Standard Advertising Units.  Inquire for rates from any Herald sales person or Email:

POLICY: The Shelby County Herald will not be responsible for errors that may appear in advertisements received over the telephone.

Home     Headlines     Sports & Other News     Photo Gallery     Classified Ads     Archives            Top

powered by
WebPaperDB - Database-Driven Web Site Content Manager

Copyright  2010 The Shelby County Herald. All rights reserved.
Contact: 573-633-2261 or

Ely Ranch Web Services

Hit Counter