Archive - Dec 28, 2011

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Investigation continues on Hardee's fire - Halmich gives a possible cause

Washington, Mo. - On Saturday afternoon, fire tore through Hardee’s causing officials to deem it a complete loss.

Auditor's report - Conservation department spends 1.23 million to reintroduce 39 elk

By Tim Sampson
Missouri News Horizon

Top Stories of 2011 - Number 6 - The Rally Squirrel Returns

Every year at New Haven High School during Halloween there is a competition on who has the best costume.  This is not a breaking news type of story or something you would read in the paper.  In fact, no one will even remember who the winner was next year.

The irony behind this story is why we choose it as one of our top stories of the year.

GE Funding to pay Mo. $320K for fraudulent bond practices

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri local governments, non-profits and school districts will soon be able to reclaim more than $320,000 from a national bonding company accused of engaging in illegal, non-competitive business practices.

Missouri is one of many states that will receive a total of $34.25 million from GE Funding Capital Marketing Services, Inc. as part of a settlement reached in an ongoing nationwide investigative effort by multiple states.

Top Stories of 2011 - Number 5.5 - Recognizing the accomplishments of a New Haven Graduate

As we approach the number one story of 2011, it has become more and more difficult deciding on what stories to feature in our count down.

January live music at the Riverfront Cultural Society

Head down to the Riverfront Cultural Society in January for some great live music, Jan. 7 and Jan. 21!

 
Sat., Jan. 7
8:00 pm
$10 Cover / BYOB

Is Pink Floyd really a Bluegrass band? Did the Beatles intend for their music to be played this way? Who is John Prine and why does he keep following us?

Mercy to Co-sponsor Community Blood Drives in January

Washington, Mo. –Mercy Hospital Washington works with area schools, churches, businesses and other organizations to collect life-saving blood products from generous donors. Donations provide life support for Mercy patients. Upcoming events include: