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Church bells rang outside First Lutheran Church of Shelby as a drive-through communion gets underway on Palm Sunday. A driving procession of the palms around Shelby is to follow. Check the Shelby Daily Globe for coverage.

A temporary road closure is planned along West Main Street this coming week when sanitary sewer work is planned.

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History came alive in Shelby where locals welcomed a special guest to honor the women's suffrage movement and the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote in the USA.

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Ohio extended its stay-at-home order until May 1, Gov. Mike DeWine announced Thursday, through a new version of one that first went into place March 23 as part of coronavirus prevention efforts.

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The coronavirus death count in Ohio increased to 65 on Wednesday as part of 2,547 total cases, the state reported.

Glen's Surplus made a donation of supplies to OhioHealth, the health care provider reported this week as the Shelby business builds on previous donation contributions to hospitals during the coronavirus crisis.

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Shelby Hospital, Mansfield Hospital and OhioHealth Emergency Care– Ontario plan to place tents outside their emergency departments to prepare for a significant increase in emergency patients due to COVID-19, OhioHealth announced.

 Gasoline prices are continuing their downward spiral as the coronovirus crisis puts the clamps on the economy, limiting travel by motorists.

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Schools will be closed in Ohio until May 1 as part of coronavirus prevention efforts, extending an initial three-week closure that started March 17.

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A 70 year old resident of Huron County has become the first COVID-19 related death, according to Huron County Public Health. Bill Knapp, who also suffered from underlying health conditions, died on Sunday, March 29 due to complications of novel coronavirus.

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SHELBY -- Gasoline prices are continuing their downward spiral as the coronovirus crisis puts the clamps on the economy, limiting travel by motorists.

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The Ohio General Assembly has enacted a plan to extend voting by mail in Ohio’s March 17 primary through April 28, Secretary of State Frank LaRose announced on Twitter.

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In compliance with the governor’s order “public access playgrounds” in Shelby will be closed until further notice, Mayor Steve Schag announced Friday as coronavirus prevention efforts continue.

With COVID-19 prevention efforts underway, public attendance at the 6 p.m. Monday, March 30 meeting of the Shelby Board of  Education will be prohibited with the meeting being live streamed on YouTube Live for public access, the school district announced.

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With classes moving online during Ohio coronavirus prevention, Shelby residents and businesses are being asked to display teddy bears in the front windows of their residences or businesses, an effort that's a show of support for area youths.

The Great Shelby Take Out Challenge: start a movement to support Take Out or Delivery from the local restaurants and or bars.

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A second case of the coronavirus disease 2019 has been found in Huron County prompting Huron County Public Health to formally declare a local public emergency, according to Huron County Health Commissioner Tim Hollinger.

OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital and OhioHealth Shelby Hospital are announcing the opening of temporary donation sites to provide a safe, convenient way to donate needed medical supplies while honoring the governor and the state’s directives on social distancing and group gatherings, the health…

MANSFIELD – As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, OhioHealth will expand to four total COVID-19 ambulatory testing sites based on supply availability in Mansfield, Marion and Athens, the health provider announced.

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SHELBY-- As coronavirus prevention efforts continue, Shelby City Hall is closing to the public, starting Tuesday, March 24, Mayor Steven Schag said.

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The number of coronavirus deaths in Ohio doubled in Ohio on Monday to six, the state reported.

SHELBY -- The operator of Shelby Hospital announced that effective 5 p.m. Monday, March 23, all associates, providers, patients and visitors (who meet exemption criteria) are required to have their temperature taken when entering all OhioHealth hospitals and medical office buildings attached…

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SHELBY -- Ohio's "Stay at Home" order is prompting telephone calls to Shelby police, which last week had received inquiries about the city of Shelby's separate state of emergency prompted by coronavirus concerns.

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Ohio's coronavirus case count rose to 351 on Sunday when a stay at home order was issued starting at 11:59 p.m. Monday and running until April 6.

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3:51 p.m.Coronavirus cases in Ohio are at 247 on Saturday, with three deaths, up from 169 total cases and one death a day earlier, the state reported. In all, 33 counties have cases, the state said Saturday. One case was reported in Richland County earlier in the week. The three deaths were …

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The case count for coronavirus in Ohio stood at 169 Friday, up from 119 a day earlier, and included the state's first coronavirus death.

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Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine is asking Ohioans to display their American and Ohio flags.

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