Archive - Aug 30, 2011


State Auditor blasts St. Louis newspaper editorial


Missouri News Horizon
-- State Auditor Tom Schweich has called a news conference to criticize a St. Louis newspaper for an editorial that is sharply critical of Schweich’s lawsuit against Governor Nixon’s state budget withholdings for disaster recovery.

Tuesday’s edition of the St. Louis Post Dispatch carried an editorial with the headline: “Auditor’s lawsuit values his budget over victims of Joplin tornado.”

Softball -- Lady Shamrocks lose third straight 12-4

New Bloomfield -- The Lady Rocks were defeated this evening by New Bloomfield.  This was the Rocks third loss in a row giving them a record of 2-5 on the year.

The rocks will tavel to Belle tomorrow night.  Belle finished second this past week at the New Haven Softball Classic.  The first pitch will be at 5 p.m.

Shamrocks lose season opener in three sets -- JV win in two

Pictured left: Kelsey Pecaut records on of her eight kills.
Wentzville, Mo
-- Coming off a second place finish last year in the Class 2 State Tournament the Lady Shamrocks season opener last night, is not how a team likes to begin their season.

Where in the world is a Shamrock--In the middle of Hurricane Irene

By Brittany Menke-Technical Writer

Photos courtesy of the West Windsor Police Department.

Weiser arrested after choking his girlfriend

On Sun., Aug. 28, around 1:00 a.m., New Haven Police Officers responded to a residence in the Circle Drive Apartment complex in reference to an open 911-phone line.  Dispatchers told officers they could hear screaming and a child crying over the open line.

QNHN, CNL, and MNM welcomes Brittany Menke to our team of writers

We would like to introduce our newest addition to our team, Brittany Menke.

Menke was born and raised in the New Haven area. She is the daughter of Randall and Phyllis Menke. Menke is a 2006 graduate of New Haven High School and attended East Central College for the first two years of her college career.

New Missouri drug, firearm and abortion laws take effect this week

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – After months of hearings, debates and filibusters, a slew of new laws went into effect in Missouri this week. From synthetic substances and electric cars to adoptions and concealed carry rules, the new laws cover a wide swath of policy areas.

Here are some of the notable changes most likely to impact the everyday lives of Missourians:

Concealed carry age lowered