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Bob Miles

Robert (Bob) Miles, 92, of Cabot, Arkansas passed away Thursday, January 14, 2022.  He was born July 26, 1929 in Shelby County, Missouri, the son of Joseph and Cora Miles. Bob was united in marriage to Valeta Rose Dettwiler on September 3, 1950, in Iowa City, Iowa.  Serving in the United States Army, Bob was…

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Janice Jean Ehernberger

Janice Jean Ehrenberger, 72, died in her home in Shelbyville, on Sunday, January 16, 2022, losing a nine year battle with dementia. Janice was born July 13, 1949 to Barton and Jean Taylor and grew up in Central City, Iowa, graduating from Central City High School. After high school, Jan worked at St. Luke’s Hospital…

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Raiders Big Second Half Claims Win Against Hornets

By Marlana Smith   North Shelby’s second half earned them an 80-66 victory against Atlanta on Thursday, January 6.   The first half of the game would end in the Raiders favor, but only  by two points.   Brendyn McDaniel led NS with 20 points. JD Rich scored 18. Noah Greenwell and Kyle Smith tallied…

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Lady Raiders Earn Victories in Matchups

By Marlana Smith   Junior Ava Williams 27 points guided the Lady Raiders in a 54-44 victory against Atlanta on Thursday, January 6.   This was North Shelby’s (3-5) first game after Christmas break.   Ceairra Kirby made a three-point play less than a minute into the game. Kirby went on to make the next…

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Sheriff Reflects on His First Year

By Marlana Smith   Shelby County Sheriff Arron Fredrickson has completed his first year serving the county.   “To tell you the truth, I am having a blast as the Sheriff of Shelby County,” Fredrickson said.   Fredrickson acknowledges his deputies and dispatchers who keep things running smoothly and are knowledgeable, not afraid of hard…

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North Shelby Welcomes New Superintendent

  The North Shelby School District welcomes Tinna Croy as the Superintendent.  Croy will begin her position July 1, 2022. She will be replacing Kim Gaines, who has been with the district for 20 years, eight of those as Superintendent.  Below are the questions and responses between the Herald and Croy.   What is your…

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Charles “Pat” Patrick Bichsel

Charles “Pat” Patrick Bichsel, 81, of St. Charles, MO, passed away Saturday, January 8, 2022 at his home. Pat was born in Leonard, on August 16, 1940, the son of Otho and Tollie (McNeil) Bichsel. He was united in marriage to Susanne Vetter on June 6, 1970 in Kampsville, Ill.  She survives. He is also…

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Shelbyville Man Charged with Sodomy

By Marlana Smith SHELBYVILLE, MO – January 12, 2022 – David Kiser posted bond in the full amount Saturday, January 8. According to court documents, the court adds a special condition, besides the $100,000 cash only and standard bond conditions that Kiser not be around or in a building with no one younger than 18…

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Shelby County Route M To Close for Bridge Replacement

Weather permitting, a project to replace the Black Creek Bridge located on Shelby County Route M, just east of Leonard, will begin on January 17, and the road will close. This is the fourth bridge to be replaced under the Fixing Access to Rural Missouri (FARM) Bridge Program. “We currently have bridges under construction in…

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Patrol Participates In Human Trafficking Awareness Initiative

Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, announces the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division will participate in a three-day initiative commencing on Human Trafficking Day, January 11, 2022. This initiative is a concentrated effort to educate commercial motor vehicle drivers, motor carriers, law enforcement officers, and the general public about human trafficking,…

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