Archive - Oct 27, 2011


Perseverance leads Lady Shamrocks to a District Championship

Pictured above: Elise McDonald fires down one of her 15 kills.

Special thank you to Dana Kallmeyer for taking photos for us.

Shamrocks are District Champions -- Click to Download picture


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Female escapes by using knife to stab suspect in hand while being choked

New Haven Police Officer Rob Kuhlmann responded for a report of an assault Sat., Oct. 22 at approximately 6 a.m. in the 900 block on Olive Street. When Kuhlmann arrived a male subject was standing outside of the residence bleeding from his hand.  The male subject stated that his sister had stabbed him.  EMS was requested to the scene and off duty officers; Sgt. Meg Parks and officer David Burke also responded to assist.

LESLIE: Obituary: Kathleen A. Schmitt (February 22, 1934 - October 27, 2011)

Kathleen Agnes Schmitt, nee Ballmann, 77, of Leslie, Mo. passed away on Thurs., Oct. 27, 2011.

Mrs. Schmitt is survived by her husband Ralph Schmitt of Leslie.  She is also survived by three sons, Robert Schmitt and wife Pakaiwan of Chicago, Il.; Richard Schmitt and wife Diana of Ballwin, Mo.; and Kenneth Schmitt and wife Theresa of Rock Port, In.; two daughters Ruth Haase and husband Howard of Gerald; and Donna Schmitt of Fenton; and 5 grandchildren.

PSB Pink Pig Promotion for Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Stop by People's Savings Bank in New Haven for Breast Cancer Awareness Month and visit their Customer Appreciation Pink Pig Promotion table.  Register to win the featured gift basket by guessing how many pink Starburst candies are in the piggy bank.  Drop in today!


New Haven Riverfront Arts District FIRE FEST 2011

Photo taken by JOHN WILDING at last year's fire fest

The Riverfront Arts District FIRE FEST 2011will be held Saturday, November 5 in Downtown New Haven, Missouri on Front and Main Streets. The Fire Fest is a celebration of the use of fire--its wonder, strength and beauty.

New Haven youth sports league defies “win-at-all-cost” mentality

New Haven, MO November 2011—In an era of sports when trash talking, win-at-all-cost mentalities and fights on the field seem to be the norm, it’s no wonder that 70 percent  of U.S. children playing organized sports will quit by age 13 and never play again.