Archive - Sep 2011

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

September 18th

Stay Alert during harvest time

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reminds drivers that this is the time of year when crops are harvested. Thus, drivers should expect heavier farm machinery traffic--especially on rural highways. Farming plays a vital role in Missouri’s economy, history, and identity. Safety is important to drivers and farmers sharing the road!

September 18th

Hurry up and get you some chicken fry at the Assumption Catholic Church today

 

Assumption Catholic Church's Annual Fried Chicken dinner is going on today. They will be severing food till 6 p.m.

October is Crime Prevention Month

 

The Missouri State Highway Patrol joins the National Crime Prevention Council in observing October 2011 as National Crime Prevention Month. It is always smart to keep safety in mind, no matter where you are. Missourians can help decrease crime with these simple habits: Anticipate potential crime situations; recognize when there is a problem; and, take action to remove or reduce the risk of a crime occurring. The Patrol urges residents and visitors to be alert and think safety!

Identity Theft:

Cunningham dead set on passing "Facebook law"

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
-- For a topic of conversation that has captivated the education community for most of the last two months, the passage of legislation on the “Facebook Fix” in the State Senate was anti climactic.

September 17th

Summary of today's games -- Today demonstrated New Haven's Tradition of Excellence

Pictured Left:  Lady Rocks embrace their achievement after taking first.

It was a successful day for the New Haven Volleyball program.  All three teams played today, the Freshmen and JV in the Pacific Tournament and Varsity in their own tournament.

BREAKING UPDATE 7: All three teams playing for first -- JV and Freshmen -- Varsity at New Haven time: 3:30 p.m.

Pictured above Lady Rocks after winning second set over Winfield.

The Freshmann and JV are playing in the Pacific Tournament today.

Varsity Pool Play Results.

Rocks split sets with Bowling Green 25-18, 23-25.  Lady Rocks will play Bowling

New Haven wins two straight – Will be Rocking into today’s Round-Robin Tournament.

New Haven, Mo: -- At the Lady Rock's last home game it was 100 degrees outside and about 110 degrees inside, at least that is how it felt.  What a difference two weeks can make.

September 16th

Lady Shamrocks serve their way to a win over St. James

St James, Mo – The Lady Rocks made the long road trip to St. James on Tues,. Sept. 13.  This was the Lady Rocks first Four Rivers Conference match.

The Lady Rocks were all business winning in two sets, 16-25, 8-25 improving to 7-5 on the season ending a three game losing streak.

Discipline policy and fundraising procedures top School Board meeting agenda

The New Haven School Board met at a regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2011.  The board reviewed, discussed, and approved various items throughout the meeting.  All board members were present.

Superintendent Kyle Kruse reported that there were no negative comments directed to the school district following the four heat day cancellations.  He expressed his appreciation for the cooperation received from the students, parents, and community and believes that the hottest days are now behind us.

8 month old listed in critical condition -- Father hit child causing head injury

On Sat., Sept. 10, the mother of an 8-month old male picked him up from his father.  The mother and father of the child are currently separated.

The mother noticed what appeared to have burn marks on the child’s leg area.  The mother took the child to Mercy Hospital in Washington, Mo.  The emergency room physicians examined the burns and also located a head injury.

Busy weekend for Shamrock Volleyball teams

Pictured left: Elise McDonald smashes one of her 11 kills in last night's game.

Shamrock Volleyball teams have a tough weekend ahead. 

Chamber of Commerce Business After Hours

Article and Photos by: Brittany Menke - Technical Writer

2nd Shift Brewing Company hosted the Chamber of Commerce’s Business after Hours this evening. Employees of area businesses were treated to beer that was brewed on site by 2nd Shift Brewrey.

September 15th

Music Booster's BBQ for lunch and Marching Band at 5 p.m.

Tomorrow is the traditional Shamrock Marching Band Dress rehearsal along with the Music Booster’s BBQ at the parking lot of New Haven’s Save-A-Lot.

People will line the streets to watch the band march through town.  This has been a tradition for over 30 years.

UPDATE 7: Breaking News Update

Photo by Kyle Quck

Pictured above: Minutes after we arrived on scene, the residence was fully engulfed in flames.

New Haven School Opened Its Doors for the 2nd Annual Family Fun and Fitness Expo

Story and Photos by Brenda Korman

Lighting the Way with Hope - Franklin County Area United Way


The United Way helps to “light the way with hope” by strengthening families, nurturing children, assisting the elderly and disabled, and providing emergency services to citizens of Franklin County.

September 14th

Exclusive coverage of the 2011-2012 Women's Duke Basketball season -- Follow Kathleen Scheer through her senior year

Pictured above:  Kathleen Scheer knocks down a pull up jumper during a home game last year.

Breaking News: Transformer fire in the 400 block of Miller Street -- Busy day for Fire Crews

New Haven/Berger Fire crews responded to a report of a transformer on fire in the 400 block of Miller Street.  When fire crews arrived they observed flames from the top of the telephone pole.

We spoke with one resident who said they had not lost power.  Ameren has been dispatched to the scene.

December 31st

n/a

September 14th

City passes rate increase on water usage -- Catawba Street closed till further notice

 

Pictured above Left to right: Mayor Panhorst, Steve Roth, Charles Hurth, and Tori Panhorst discuss the proposed water usage rate increase.