Archive - Oct 2011

Date

October 5th

BREAKING NEWS: Softball team comes back

The Lady Rocks are playing in Siliex in the first round of districts.  After being down the entire game, the rocks have just tied it up in the 7th inning, 6-6.

BREAKING NEWS: Update 4 -- Cause of power outage determined

1:08 p.m. -- We spoke with Mike Clearly a short time ago.  Clearly said, “The outage began shortly after 9:00 a.m. and effected approximately 1300 customers in the New Haven and Berger areas along highway 100.  The power outage lasted about 45 minutes."

October 4th

Lady Rock's end regular season -- Seniors play their last home game

Last night’s softball game was bittersweet for the Lady Rock’s seniors. It was the last time they would ever play softball on their home field as a Shamrock.

New Haven won, playing only four innings, 17-5 and scoring 10 runs in the bottom of the fourth.

Running across America with a stroller -- Fighting adversity

Photos by Kyle Quick
Pictured left to right: Kyle Quick and Jeff Perez before he continues another day. 

New Haven Elementary Students of the Month

Photo by Kasi Meyer

Pictured above are New Haven Elementary's students of the Month

October 3rd

Brunner joins race for Senate

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The race for the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate seat currently held by Sen. Claire McCaskill just got a little more crowded. 

St. Louis businessman John Brunner Monday became the third announced Republican candidate. He joins a field of already-announced candidates former State Treasurer Sarah Steelman and current U.S. Representative Todd Akin

Missouri State Highway Patrol - Deer More Active This Time Of Year--Drive Carefully!

Colonel Ron Replogle, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds drivers to watch for deer, which are more active this time of year.

Drivers should be especially vigilant during evening and early dawn hours.

UPDATED SCORES1:Rough Night for Volleyball Team -- Shamrocks Sports Updates -- Volleyball and Softball teams in action tonight

7:08 p.m. New Haven, Mo. -- Softball Update -- Lady Rocks defeat Bourbon 17-5 in their finial season home game.  They will start district play on Wednesday at Silex against Wellsvile beginning at 7:00p.m.  Summary of tonights game as well as player interviews to come.

Happy18th Birthday Ryan Menke

Your favorite brother-in-law wanted to send you a very special Happy Birthday wish.  You hold a special place in my heart.

I hope you like the teddy bear I got you.

Love always,
Scotty 

Three males get into a fight -- Female comes out with a shotgun

Yesterday New Haven Police officers responded for a report of a fight in progress involving weapons near the area of Maupin Street and Maiden Lane.

The subjects had fled the scene prior to officers arriving. The reporting party stated at least three men were fighting in the street, and a woman came out of the residence and had displayed a pump action shotgun and chambered a round, causing two of the men to run away.

New Haven High School Class Reunion -- 34 years of Shamrock History

 

Photos by Kyle Quick

The New Haven's Choir had two students who made All-District Choir


Photo by Kyle Quick

Pictured left to right: Caleb Sankey and Maddie Johnson

ACC 4-Pack Ticket Packages on Sale Today for Duke Women’s Basketball -- Enter for a change to travel with the team on their charter jet

DURHAM, N.C. – Duke women’s basketball is offering a great Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) mini-plan ticket package for the upcoming 2011-12 season. The ACC 4-Pack includes one reserved ticket for the following games -- Florida State (Jan. 13), Maryland (Jan. 22), Wake Forest (Feb. 2) and Miami (Feb. 24) -- all for the price of just $50.

Man brutally beaten over prescription drug XanaX

Sat., Oct. 1 2011 at approximately 9:00 pm, Franklin County Deputies responded to the Emergency Room at Mercy Hospital in Washington for a report of an assault. When Deputies arrived they made contact a 46-year-old victim from Villa Ridge.  The victim had been severely beaten and was reportedly found by family members after being left unconscious in a ditch road side in the Villa Ridge area.

October 2nd

Cross Country team finishes 5th at Warrenton Inventional XC

Photos by John Tucker

There are the "Running Brothers" pictured above.

Citizens Bank says thank you to drive through customers

Pictured above left to right:  Melissa Moeckli and Leslie Steinbeck.

Citizens Bank did something a little different a couple of weeks ago to show their appreciation for customers who use the drive through.

Recipes from Kaylin's Kitchen - The Seasons Collide

Two major hunting seasons are in full swing, joining a few small game seasons.  Deer Archery, Turkey Archery and Firearms, Squirrel, Rabbit, and Dove Seasons are all here for the taking.  Have you purchased your permits yet?

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October 1st

MO Routes 94 and 19 in Montgomery County to be resurfaced next week

HANNIBAL - Weather permitting, beginning Monday, October 3, MoDOT and its contractor, Magruder Paving will begin resurfacing almost 17 miles of roadway in Montgomery County next week.

The resurfacing projects include MO 94 from McKittrick west to Route P near Rhineland. After completing MO 94, crews will begin working on MO 19 from the Missouri River near Hermann north to Route J near Big Spring.

Ozzie Smith autograph among items in state auction next Tuesday

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – An autograph from former St. Louise Cardinal and Baseball Hall-of-Famer Ozzie Smith will be among the pieces of unclaimed property that will be auctioned off by the state next week.

Family and Friends of the late Barb Borgmann holding annual fundraiser at the Boondocker RIGHT NOW.

 

Picture above is the homemade quilt being raffled off.

I was just at the Boondocker where family and friends of the late Barb Borgmann are hosting their Annual Chili Supper along with a silent auction.  Let me tell you, some of the best chili I have had in a long time.