Archive - Dec 24, 2011


Top Stories of 2011 - Number 9 - An achievement worth a 1,000 words

Since girls basketball had begun in 1997 only three players had ever scored 1,000 points during their high school career at New Haven.

Pictured left: Oetterer scores points 1,000 and 1,001.

On Wed., Nov. 30, 2011 Kayla Oetterer became the fourth player to reach such a milestone, forever leaving her mark on the New Haven Girl’s Basketball Program.

Ray Steinhoff talks about Hall of Fame induction in a candid interview with QNHN. - Listen to our conversation

New Haven, Mo - This past Nov. the documentary, Tradition of Excellence – 100 Years of New Haven Basketball was unveiled.  After the premier on Fri., Nov. 11, 2011 it was announced that New Haven’s Basketball program would be inducted into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame, only the second high school to ever receive such an honor.

Top Stories of 2011 - Number 10 - McNair Street blaze

During the past six months we have covered and written stories ranging from how the Annual Hot Air Balloon race began, to delivering breaking news as it was happening, such as the house fire on Sept. 8 on McNair Street, which is number 10 for Top Stories of 2011.

Fire destroys Hardee's - Considered a complete loss

Washington, Mo. – Yesterday afternoon at approximately 1 p.m. Washington Fire Crews responded to the 200 block of Fifth Street for a commercial first alarm with reports of visible flames coming from the backside of Hardee’s.

Scott and Angela Klahn's home voted winners of "Top The Griswalds"

We hope you enjoyed the first Annual "Top the Griswald's" Christmas Light Contest.

You, the readers voted the Klahn's home (house 7) as this year's winner.  They received 39 percent of the votes and a total of 144 votes were cast.