Archive - Oct 2011

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October 23rd

Duke Women's Basketball team's annual Blue-White Scrimmage --Scheer begins her final season

DURHAM, N.C. - Sophomore Tricia Liston scored 24 points on 4-for-9 shooting from three-point range to lead all players during the Duke Women's Basketball team's annual Blue-White Scrimmage Sunday afternoon in Cameron Indoor Stadium.

Blunt, McCaskill seek to block forced removal of Lake of the Ozarks homeowners

By Tim Sampson
Photo by Kyle Quick 

2011 Hermann Oktoberfest going out with a bang

Photo and Story by Jeff Noedel

Saturday 9:00 PM:  "Wildness" has not materialized so far tonight at the usual hot spots.

K of C 4th Annual Breakfast -- Live Broadcast just minutes ago from the Assumption Church

4th Annual K of C Breakfast this Sunday

December 31st

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October 22nd

Shamrocks seeded number 1 in district tournament

We have brought you complete coverage of New Haven Volleyball all Season. We were the only news team that covered the historic win over Borgia, streamed live video broadcast, and now we continue that same coverage as the Lady Rocks begin the road to the Show-Me-Center.

German residents from Borgholzhausen visit Kentucky State Capital

Photo by David Menke

UPDATED BREAKING NEWS: Last night's standoff of ends peacefully

New Haven Police responded for a report of a possible assault in the 9400 block of highway 100.  Once officers arrived the subject fled on foot into his apartment.  One of the officers then heard a shotgun being racked behind the door to the apartment.

Dan Terry announces release of fourth ghost title -- Book signing today in Union, MO

 

High speed chase on I-44 -- Suspect able to get away

Last week on Sat. Oct. 15 Franklin County Deputy observed a vehicle that was believed to be occupied by a wanted suspect at the 255 mile marker of I-44. The deputy attempted to stop the vehicle however, the driver sped off.  The Deputy began pursuit several miles and crossing into to Crawford County and then back in to Franklin County until the deputy lost sight of the suspect. 

Have A Safe Halloween

The Missouri State Highway Patrol urges everyone to be safety-minded on Halloween. Halloween can be fun for everyone.

MOTORISTS: Motorists are reminded to pay attention for trick-or-treaters of all ages. Young children excited by Halloween could dart in front of a vehicle. Slow down, and drive with extra caution. If you are headed to a costume party, make sure the costume doesn’t hamper your vision while you’re driving to the event! Motorists picking up and dropping off trick-or-treaters may increase the number of vehicles on the road,

October 21st

Not how the lady rocks planned on ending their season

 

Pictured above: Pacific's Kersten McDonough smashes one of her 10 kills on the night to lead the Indians to a two set win.

Breaking Update: Overhaul Possible on State Sex Registry Law

By DICK ALDRICH
Missouri News Horizon

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Major changes could be on the horizon for Missouri’s sex offender registry.

The state representative leading a committee that is looking into ways of cutting down the size of the state’s sex offender registry says it may make sense for the state to detach itself from federal sex registry rules.

2011 Shamrock Volleyball Team

October 20th

You have to read this -- Readers on CNL sparring it out over minor accident

Story by Jeff Noedel
Hermann EMS was called to three motor vehicle accidents between about 3:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. today.

The first was a collision in the Hermann city limits between two cars at the intersection of Jefferson and w. 16th Streets.

Click here and read comments from one person from Hermann and one from Owensville.

Franklin County History Fair to be Nov. 6 Featured Guest is Black Daniel Boone Descendant

Above is the front cover of one of the addtional three books by Dan Terry that will be on display at this years history fair.

Nixon-Perry wager on World Series

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The traditional wager on the World Series between governors of Missouri and Texas are in place.

And it looks like Jay Nixon is going all-in on the Cardinals.

Nixon is putting up a six-pack of Budweiser beer; an order of toasted ravioli from Rigazzi’s Restaurant on the Hill in St. Louis; gourmet prosciutto, salami and other fine meats from Volpi Foods of St. Louis; and frozen custard from the historic Ted Drewes’ stand on old Route 66 in south St. Louis.

New Haven High School Student of the Month -- September

Photo by Kyle Quick

Pictured above is Ryan Menke from last year's Sectional game after winning districts.