SHELBYVILLE, IL. —
The container’s a tough one, without any doubt!
Designed to blend in, and not to stick out!
The trick here, you see, is to examine one end!
There’s a hint of a hole, and something within!
It’s long, thin and round, like an oversized pencil!
To get the prize out, you might use a utensil!
Cool cats hang out here, or where one would bowl!
It’s getting colder, here at the North pole!
To the planters of fakes, you’ve made the bad list!
The Boss isn’t happy! Yes, Santa is miffed!
Tricking good kids, is bad for the soul!
You’d better be good, or you just might get coal!
SHELBYVILLE, IL. —
- Local News
State Representative Adam Brown recently spoke to the Shelby County Landowners Association about the agreement regarding the Ameren power line through Shelby County.
Ameren line may bypass Shelby County
Shelby County landowners recently learned that Ameren power lines may not be running through the county thanks to an agreement by Ameren and Moultrie County. Ameren is looking to erect high voltage lines across Illinois from Missouri to the Indiana l
- Shelby High graduates 76 Saturday Graduation season began for area high schools as 76 Shelbyville High School seniors joined the school's alumni list Saturday evening. Graduation exercises were held on the school's football field before family and friends. The invocation was given by
Photos from Shelbyville High School graduation May 18.
- Fire destroys downtown businesses Eighteen fire departments battled a late evening fire Monday which destroyed three downtown businesses and upstairs apartments and damaged other adjoining businesses. The Shelbyville fire department was called to Main and Morgan streets where smoke a
- Shelby County introduces K-9 unit Two new canine members have joined the Shelby County Sheriff's Office. Hektor and Sito, both trained German Shepherds, make up the K-9 unit that was put into service in November of 2012. Sheriff Michael Miller said the K-9 unit aids in creating a sa
- Ameren line may bypass Shelby County
Dykema, Russell engagement announced
Harry and Peggy Russell of Shelbyville and Doug and Denise Dykema of Morrison announce the engagement of thier children, Blair Russell and Macy Dykema, both of Raleigh, NC. The groom-elect is a graduate of Shelbyville High School and Eastern Illinois
- Dykema, Russell engagement announced