Archive - Nov 11, 2011


Shamrock Basketball State Teams will be inducted into Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

RCS to host St. Louis Ukulele Club Tomorrow Night - Great food and great music makes for a great Saturday night

The St. Louis Ukulele Club (SLUG), led by Karl Markl of South County Vintage Instruments, will be performing at the Riverfront Cultural Society in downtown New Haven, Mo tomorrow night from 8:00 pm to 10:30 pm. Admission is $10.

Chili Mac and Brread Pudding will be served before the show tomorrow night.  This will be the Riverfront Cultural Society's last fund raiser for the year.  They need your support, great food, great music, would make for a great saturday night.

New Haven students honor local veterans

Pictured above: Veterans enjoy breakfast sponsored by New Haven Student Council.

The United States of America was founded on the basis of freedom, liberty, and justice for all.  Men and women have served and continue to serve to protect America’s ideals.


Happy Birthday to Jamie Scheer from your two favorite nieces!

Tatum and Taylor

New Park Board assignments passed at last night's Gerald City Council Meeting

Without much discussion, the issue of assigning new members to the Gerald Park Board was settled at last night's Gerald City Council Meeting. 

Two of the four elected to the board, Heather Baser, and Melissa Lottmann were nominated at last month's meeting, but were not approved by the aldermen.  Lottmann walked out of last month's meeting stating that she "would not be a part of it" due to the arguing that came with the appointments. 

Four Lady Shamrocks named to All-Region team

The Missouri High School Volleyball Coaches Association announced the Central/South Central All-Region team.  Senior Elise McDonald and junior Kelsey Pecaut were voted 2nd Team and senior Blake Willimann and sophomore Rachel Steinhoff both named Honorable Mention.