Archive - Aug 22, 2011

warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/kyleq/public_html/archives/modules/modules/cck/content.module on line 1284.

Lady Shamrocks Softball shut out last night at Orchard Farms

Orchard Farms, Mo:  The Lady Shamrocks began their season last night against the Orchard Farms Eagles.  The Eagles scored 15 runs off 15 hits defeating the Lady Rocks 15-0 in 4 innings.

After the game Coach Tim Scheer said, “The past few years their girls have always hit the ball well.  Last year they scored 11 runs off 16 hits against us.”

Over 400 turn out for Reggae Festival at Robbler Winery yesterday

We have found yet another hidden secret that sits in the front yard of New Haven, Mo.  The location gives visitors a breath taking view of New Haven and an ideal place to watch beautiful sunsets.  Robbler Winery is not so much a hidden secret but the events and festivals held throughout the year are the real hidden secret.

BREAKING NEWS: Truck stolen this evening from a residence on MacArthur Street

At approximately 6 p.m. this evening New Haven Police responded to a residence located on MacArthur Street for a report of a stolen truck.  Assistant Chief Dan Terry said, “The truck was not locked and the keys were in the truck when it was stolen.”

The stolen truck is similar to the picture above.


Franklin County teenager nearly dies from alcohol overdose – Man arrested for purchasing the alcohol

On August 20, at approximately 2:30 a.m., Deputies responded to a residence in Stanton, MO. to check on the well being of a 15-year-old female juvenile having difficulty breathing.

Missouri State Teachers Association suing state over "Facebook Law"

Missouris News Horizon
-- A statewide teachers group is suing the state over a portion of a new state law that seeks to increase student safety.

Citizens Bank School Supply Drive - Support our local schools

Citizens Bank’s School Supplies Drive will continue throughout the month of August.  Karen Menke said, “We have had a great response from the community and appreciate everyone’s support of our local schools.  The supplies collected at our New Haven branch will be given to R-2 School and New Haven Elementary.”