Shelby

Olmstead selected as Shelby superintendent. 

June 10, 2022

Olmstead selected as Shelby superintendent.  By Allison Scarbrough, Editor and Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. SHELBY — The Shelby Public Schools Board of Education unanimously voted to offer the superintendent position to Mark Olmstead during a special meeting Thursday evening. Olmstead is currently Shelby High School principal.  Prior to taking action, the board of education interviewed Olmstead and Dan Mesyar, who is…

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Tigers celebrate homecoming

October 7, 2014
Tigers celebrate homecoming

SHELBY —  The Shelby Tigers are celebrating homecoming this week. The homecoming parade begins Friday at 5 p.m., with parade entrants lining up by the rail trail pavilion near the police station. The procession begins on Third Street, and then goes left onto Michigan Avenue through downtown before turning right onto Fourth Street. The parade then takes a left onto…

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Relay for Life begins Friday with 2 new events

June 24, 2014

SHELBY — The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life kicks off Friday afternoon at the Shelby High School Athletic Field with two new events. The inaugural Oceana County Cancer Relay Parade begins Friday at 4 p.m. in downtown Shelby. The 2014 Relay Royalty, King Thomas Beyer and Queen Phyllis Schlee, will be the highlight of the parade. Both Beyer and…

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911 presents millage request to council

June 24, 2014

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor. SHELBY — Mason-Oceana 911 is requesting a millage during the August 5 primary, and Operations Manager Todd Myers presented the request to the Shelby Village Council Monday night. The emergency dispatch center is requesting a .14 millage for six years due to persistent declines in local telephone line surcharge revenues, which account for 75 percent…

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Selected treasurer applicant turns down offer

June 23, 2014

By Allison Scarbrough. OCP Editor. SHELBY —  The village remains without a treasurer after the council’s selected applicant, Samantha Samuels, turned down an offer for the job. The position remains posted, said Village President Andrew Morse during Monday night’s village council meeting, but village officials are examining some possible changes to the job, or even having a treasurer at all.…

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