Shelby Daily Globe News (2024)

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Shelby Daily Globe News Rotary Tour for MESA makes a stop in Shelby Submit Your News All kinds of yummy treats at the Tiro-Auburn Firefighters Festival Shelby Car Show and Cruise-In showcases downtown, looks toward expansion Jackpot-winning $138 million Powerball ticket sold in Ohio Shelby alumni boost school district with generous support Cost of summer cookout reaches record, survey finds IndyCar unveiling its hybrid engine system at Mid-Ohio Fourth of July fireworks schedule and events throughout the area Local Dems hear about food needs in Richland County Nationwide Children's Hospital School Health Center open in the summer Nearly 71M expected to travel over July 4 week Shelby Park Board approves new playground equipment SMS celebrates end of the year awards DARE graduates Agricultural fairs: Your favorites Oliver: Richland County Dog Warden's Office and Shelter Pet of the Week Cleveland Fed model suggests inflation may need years to return to 2% Shelby Police Reports Ohio State hires new baseball coach Governor DeWine signs $3.5B capital budget bill Ohio's unemployment rate shows slight increase Michigan deputy is fatally shot in community north of Ohio line Pickup truck fire in Jackson Township Ohio Republicans move bill on school bathroom use by transgender students forward in Legislature Large Fire at Equestrian Training Center in Logan County Under Investigation by Division of State Fire Marshal Shelby City Schools teacher publishes first book $1M Powerball ticket is sold in Ohio NTSB concludes flaming wheel bearing caused east Ohio derailment, vent and burn was unnecessary Vandalism continues at Shelby Parks, other business addressed Downtown Shelby mural celebrated with special ribbon cutting ceremony Heather Murray welcomed as new director at ABC Learning Center More from Safety Town Shelby solar array out of service from presumed lightning strike Ohio governor signs three bills Shelby Cycle Historical Society awarded Trillium local activity grant Backgammon: Richland County Dog Warden's Office and Shelter Pet of the Week Downtown Shelby welcomes car show to community Families gather at Shelby's Black Fork Commons Students on the move at Safety Town Shelby Car Show and other events set to take place in downtown Shelby Police Reports Ohio state patrol graduates 52 troopers Coping with the heat: your recommendations? Rollover crash in Richland County leaves 1 dead, others injured Google to invest another $2.3B into Ohio data centers Shelby council debates charter amendment with elections officials Shelby school board advances Marvin Memorial proposal, multiple initiatives Shelby faces extended heat wave, mayor urges energy conservation Early Registration open for October Shelby All Alumni Weekend More fun from the Shelby Farmers' Market Ohio Statehouse hosts Juneteenth celebration Latest News Most Popular
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Rotary Tour for MESA makes a stop in Shelby

  • By Mindy McKenzieShelby Daily Globe
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The Rotary Tour for MESA was on a special mission to bring awareness to the cause and during this event the group made a stop right here in Shelby recently.

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All kinds of yummy treats at the Tiro-Auburn Firefighters Festival

  • Photos by Mindy McKenzie/SDG Newspapers

The Tiro-Auburn Firefighters Festival took place over the weekend.

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Shelby Car Show and Cruise-In showcases downtown, looks toward expansion

  • By David Jacobs/Shelby Daily Globe
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The inaugural Shelby Car Show and Cruise-In, held recently in downtown, is being hailed as a significant success, with organizers already looking to expand its scope in the coming years.

Jackpot-winning $138 million Powerball ticket sold in Ohio

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HUBER HEIGHTS -- One lucky winner in Ohio had a booming July 4th after winning the Powerball jackpot of $138,000,000 in the July 3 drawing, the state lottery commission announced.

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Shelby alumni boost school district with generous support

  • By David Jacobs/Shelby Daily Globe
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When it comes to support for Shelby City Schools and bolstering the district's reputation for excellence, the district is backed by a proud group of its students, staff and employees from years and decades past.

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Cost of summer cookout reaches record, survey finds

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Families celebrating the Fourth of July holiday will continue to find stubbornly high prices at the grocery store, the American Farm Bureau Federation reports.

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IndyCar unveiling its hybrid engine system at Mid-Ohio

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — On the second floor of an upscale steakhouse in downtown Indianapolis, just days before their engines would be put to the test against each other in the Indianapolis 500, engineers from Chevrolet and Honda sat side-by-side and shared a toast.

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Fourth of July fireworks schedule and events throughout the area

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Local area residents will have no trouble finding showings of fireworks and events during this 4th of July holiday.

Local Dems hear about food needs in Richland County

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SHELBY – The Shelby Area Democratic Club met last Thursday for their monthly meeting and heard from retired steelworker Rich Banichar about his work getting food to people in need in Richland County. His work in helping others less fortunate began with his membership in the United Steelworke…

Nationwide Children's Hospital School Health Center open in the summer

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The Nationwide Children's Hospital School Health Center is open for summer appointments throughout the entire summer. From June through August, hospital staff can provide primary care services at the School Health Center in the Shelby Board of Education building. Students can have checkups, …

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Nearly 71M expected to travel over July 4 week

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AAA projects 70.9 million travelers will head 50 miles or more from home over the Independence Day holiday travel period.

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Shelby Park Board approves new playground equipment

  • By Mindy McKenzieShelby Daily Globe
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Shelby Park Board members met in special session on Friday morning to officially approve new playground equipment for Seltzer Park.

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SMS celebrates end of the year awards

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Shelby Middle School celebrated the end of the school year with award winners. The students displayed hard work, dedication and outstanding achievements. Here is a look at some of the students receiving their awards.

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DARE graduates

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Shelby celebrated its DARE graduates before school let out for the year. There was a special recognition to the contest winners for their outstanding achievements.

Agricultural fairs: Your favorites

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What's your favorite part of the agricultural fair season?

Oliver: Richland County Dog Warden's Office and Shelter Pet of the Week

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Meet Oliver!! He came in as a stray on 5/10/24. We think he is about five years old.

Cleveland Fed model suggests inflation may need years to return to 2%

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A model developed by Cleveland Fed researchers suggests that if the extrinsic forces that have been pushing inflation down have run their course, it may take several years for inflation to return to the Federal Open Market Committee’s 2 percent target.

Shelby Police Reports

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Warrant service, June 18, 8:27 p.m., Main/Sharon, Police were on routine patrol when they observed the listed arrestee walking west bound on W. Main near Sharon St. Police had previously been made aware that the male had a holder/warrant issued by SMC Probation Officer. Police verified the h…

Ohio State hires new baseball coach

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COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio State has hired longtime Campbell University coach Justin Haire as its new baseball coach.

Governor DeWine signs $3.5B capital budget bill

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COLUMBUS — Gov. Mike DeWine, Lt. Governor Jon Husted, and members of the Ohio General Assembly announced significant investments contained in House Bill 2, the capital budget bill.

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Ohio's unemployment rate shows slight increase

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Ohio's unemployment rate was 4.2% in May 2024, up from 4.0% in April, the state government announced.

Michigan deputy is fatally shot in community north of Ohio line

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OSSEO, Mich. (AP) — A sheriff’s deputy was fatally shot during a rural traffic stop, becoming the second Michigan deputy to be killed on the job in less than a week.

Pickup truck fire in Jackson Township

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Here is the scene of a recent pickup truck fire in Jackson Township where Shelby firefighters extinguished the blaze.

Ohio Republicans move bill on school bathroom use by transgender students forward in Legislature

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COLUMBUS (AP) — Ohio lawmakers advanced a ban on transgender students using bathrooms that fit their gender identity in a late-night state House vote Wednesday just before they left Columbus for the summer.

Large Fire at Equestrian Training Center in Logan County Under Investigation by Division of State Fire Marshal

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The Ohio Department of Commerce Division of State Fire Marshal’s Fire and Explosion Investigations Bureau continues to investigate a significant fire incident that occurred Saturday, June 8, at 8755 State Route 638 in Belle Center (Logan County) and resulted in approximately 44 equine deaths.

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Shelby City Schools teacher publishes first book

  • By Mindy McKenzieShelby Daily Globe
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After many years of hard work and determination, Shelby City Schools teacher Carter Townsend fulfilled a dream of hers by publishing her very first book, Sassy Mo and Hopper Go Fishing.

$1M Powerball ticket is sold in Ohio

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Someone woke up a millionaire following a recent Powerball drawing.

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NTSB concludes flaming wheel bearing caused east Ohio derailment, vent and burn was unnecessary

  • By JOSH FUNK, TOM KRISHER and PATRICK ORSAGOS Associated Press
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EAST PALESTINE, Ohio (AP) — Last year's disastrous Norfolk Southern train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, was caused by a wheel bearing that video showed was on fire for more than 20 miles beforehand but was never caught by trackside detectors that failed to accurately measure the temper…

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Vandalism continues at Shelby Parks, other business addressed

  • By Mindy McKenzieShelby Daily Globe
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Vandalism has made a return to Shelby Parks and other routine business was reported during the most recent Park Board meeting.

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Downtown Shelby mural celebrated with special ribbon cutting ceremony

  • By Mindy McKenzie/SDG Newspapers
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The downtown Shelby mural was recognized and celebrated with a special ribbon cutting ceremony.

Heather Murray welcomed as new director at ABC Learning Center

  • By Mindy McKenzie Shelby Daily Globe
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Heather Murray has been working in child care centers for a large portion of her life and through it all, her path led her to right to Shelby at First Lutheran Church's ABC Learning Center.

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More from Safety Town

  • Photos by Mindy McKenzie/SDG Newspapers
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Safety Town came to Shelby earlier this month. During this program, students learn all about how to be safe in all aspects of their life, including learning about traffic safety.

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Shelby solar array out of service from presumed lightning strike

  • By Mindy McKenzie/SDG Newspapers
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The Shelby solar array is currently out of commission due to the presumed strike of lightning, as it was reported during the most recent Utilities and Streets Committee meeting.

Ohio governor signs three bills

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine recently signed the following bills into law, his office announced:

Shelby Cycle Historical Society awarded Trillium local activity grant

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In the lead up to America’s 250th anniversary, Shelby Cycle Historical Society announced today it received a Trillium Local Activity Grant from the America 250-Ohio Commission for its upcoming project titled, “Ohio Firsts – The Shelby Steel Tube Company.

Backgammon: Richland County Dog Warden's Office and Shelter Pet of the Week

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Meet Backgammon!! He came in as a stray on 2/27/24.

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Downtown Shelby welcomes car show to community

  • By David Jacobs/Shelby Daily Globe
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Here's a look at theShelby Car Show and Cruise In were showcased in downtown on Saturday, June 22. Around 60 vehicles were featured in the municipal parking lot along with a parade through town and a craft show and activities across Main Street at Black Fork Commons.

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Families gather at Shelby's Black Fork Commons

  • By David Jacobs/Shelby Daily Globe
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Multiple activities were underway June 22 at Black Fork Commons, including the car show craft show in downtown Shelby. Activities included facepainting, outdoor recreation, vendors and concessions. Temperatures reached the upper 90s as the afternoon progressed. The Shelby Fire Department ope…

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Students on the move at Safety Town

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Safety Town came to Shelby last week. During this program, students learn all about how to be safe in all aspects of their life, including learning about traffic safety.

Shelby Car Show and other events set to take place in downtown

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Downtown Shelby will be thriving next weekend as a car show, craft show and more will be happening.

Shelby Police Reports

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Fraud, June 3, 9:14 p.m., Carleton, Officers responded to the incident location in reference to a fraud complaint . Upon making contact with the victim, he advised that he had received multiple documents in the mail from Goldman Sachs Bank USA, alleging that they are attempting to contact hi…

Ohio state patrol graduates 52 troopers

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COLUMBUS -- The Ohio State Highway Patrol’s 173rd Academy Class graduated June 14 after 28 weeks of intense training.

Coping with the heat: your recommendations?

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What are you doing to beat the heat as temperature rise into the 90s?

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Rollover crash in Richland County leaves 1 dead, others injured

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RICHLAND COUNTY -- A collision involving two vehicles on State Route 13 near milepost 7 early Wednesday in Washington Township resulted in one death and injuries, the Ohio State Highway Patrol reports.

Google to invest another $2.3B into Ohio data centers

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COLUMBUS (AP) — Google will invest an additional $2.3 billion to support three data center campuses in central Ohio, the company announced Tuesday.

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Shelby council debates charter amendment with elections officials

  • By David Jacobs/Shelby Daily Globe
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Shelby City Council addressed a range of significant issues focusing on financial transparency, legislative amendments, and community recognition.

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Shelby school board advances Marvin Memorial proposal, multiple initiatives

  • By David Jacobs/Shelby Daily Globe
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Shelby City Schools Board, during its regular meeting at the David A. Jones Little Theater on June 17, adopted several significant measures to enhance the educational environment in addition to showing its support for the Marvin Memorial Library.

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Shelby faces extended heat wave, mayor urges energy conservation

  • By David Jacobs/Shelby Daily Globe
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The city of Shelby, along with surrounding areas in Richland, Huron, and Crawford counties, continues to endure a severe heat wave, prompting warnings from both the National Weather Service and local officials about the risks of high temperatures and the importance of energy conservation.

Early Registration open for October Shelby All Alumni Weekend

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Early registration is now open for the Shelby High School All Alumni Weekend to be presented Oct. 4-6, 2024. A complete list of events and registration links can be found at https://www.shelbywhippetsalumni.org/events/ Registration by check can also be made via a paper form downloaded from t…

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More fun from the Shelby Farmers' Market

  • Photos by Mindy McKenzie/SDG Newspapers
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The Shelby Farmers' Market kicked off its season on Saturday morning downtown at the Black Fork Commons.

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Ohio Statehouse hosts Juneteenth celebration

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COLUMBUS -- Ohio Senate Assistant Minority Leader Hearcel F. Craig (D-Columbus) hosted a Juneteenth Celebration at the Ohio Statehouse to commemorate June as the beginning of the Month of Freedom.

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  • Shelby Car Show and Cruise-In showcases downtown, looks toward expansion
  • Jackpot-winning $138 million Powerball ticket sold in Ohio
  • Shelby alumni boost school district with generous support
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