Archive - Nov 2011


November 19th

BREAKING NEWS: Stroller Tracker -- Jeff Perez stopped runner at 11 a.m. in Huntington Beach, Ca

Family, friends, and stroller celebrate with Jeff Perez after accomplishing his goal.

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Clips from The Documentary - Tradition of Excellence

Q & A with Kathleen Scheer as she begins her senior season.

November 18th

Pinkel pleads guilty to DWI misdemeanor

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- University of Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel pleaded guilty Friday to charges of driving while intoxicated.

Since this is a first offense, the charge is a Class B misdemeanor. Pinkel will likely receive a 30-day suspended sentence and two years unsupervised probation. He is due back in court for formal sentencing Dec. 13.

Duke Defeats Auburn 73-50 in Midday Clash

Pictured above:  Kathleen Scheer in action from today's game vs Auburn.
Photo by Jon Gardiner

The Green Gazette - Page 3


The Sophie Diaries  - A fictional story
By Emma Engelbrecht

Dear Diary,

Upwards basketball finish evalutaions -- Not too late to still sign up

Upward Sports is the world's largest Christian sports league for children that provide a fun kids sports experience based on healthy competition.

Last night at the Family Life Center at Memorial Baptist Church evaluations were held for this year’s Upward Basketball program.

November 17th

UPDATE -- Pinkel suspended without pay -- Mizzou's football coach arrested for DWI

Missouri News Horizon
-- 8:32 p.m.- University of Missouri football coach Gary Pinkel has been suspended without pay from his position and will miss Saturday’s game with Texas Tech, following his drunk driving arrest.

Two guys and their love for New Haven inspired a documentary -- Clips from documentary

Pictured above:  Keith Davis speaks before the premiere last Friday.

Elementary students are throwing off their shoes and putting on a pair of skates.

This week at New Haven Elementary students are throwing off their shoes and putting on a pair of skates.

November 16th

Legacy of New Haven Basketball to be enshrined in Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

Pictured above: Coach Ray Steinhoff and Ruth Steinhoff's reactions the moment they heard Jerald Andrews announcement.

Deer vs Car... Deer Wins -- What to do if you see a deer on the highway

New Haven, Mo. -- At approximately at 5:45 p.m. this evening, a vehicle was traveling west bound on Highway 100 when a deer crossing the highway attempted to jump over the car, causing the car to hit the deer.

The accident occurred 4 miles west of New Haven and approximately one -half mile east of Grant Lane and highway 100.

MoDOT director Kevin Keith urges lawmakers to make I-70 a Toll Way

Kevin Keith, a director of MODOT, presenting his department's annual accountability report to Missouri lawmakers at the Joint Committee on Transportation Oversight hearing on Wednesday. Photo by Taein Park (Missouri News Horizon)

Franklin County United Way exceed their goal -- Raised $876,127

In one of the most difficult and challenging campaigns in United Way history, Executive Director, Paula Obermark, and the United Way Board of Directors are pleased to announce the successful completion of the United Way drive with donations and pledges totaling  $890,513. The goal of $886,625 was slightly exceeded.  This represents an increase of 1.64% over last year’s campaign attainment of $876,127.

40-unit apparment complex "1,000% guaranteed” this project is not HUD -- Water and Sewer rate increase

On Monday, the Board of Aldermen held their monthly meeting.  The board approved a rate increase on water and sewer usage.  The rate increase will go into affect on the January billing cycle.

Additional information was provided in regard to the development of a 40-unit complex on the property at Stonehurst Village.  A representative from the developer said, “1,000% guarantee” this project is not another HUD.

Apartment Complex Development

New Haven School Board approves contract with KRJ for long-range facility plan at tonight's meeting

The New Haven School District is pleased to announce that at tonight's board meeting, the contract was approved for the architectural firm of Kromm, Rikimaru, and Johansen, Inc. (KRJ), to provide long-range facility planning services for the district.

The agreement with KRJ is to assemble a long-range facility plan to guide the development of school facilities over the next 10-20 years.

Today is Winter Weather Awareness Day in Missouri... A reminder to be prepared for snow, ice, and cold

Photo by Kyle Quick Winter 2011

JEFFERSON CITY, Missouri Department of Public Safety

Missouri has experienced a wide range of hazardous weather throughout 2011, and as cold temperatures return, the threat for severe winter storms is on the horizon.

November 15th

WASHINGTON: Obituary: Joseph J. Pritchett (June 21, 1940 - November 14, 2011)

Visitation for Joseph J. Pritchett, 71, of Washington, Missouri will be held Wednesday from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. from Miller Funeral Home.

Services and burial will be private.

New Haven Elementary 1st Quarter Honor Roll

1st Quarter Honor Roll Students.  Congratulation