Archive - Sep 2011

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September 10th

The New Haven Community says thank you to all our troops

September 10th

Franklin County Sheriff Deputies arrest 23 for DWI

Union, MO - Missouri roads are safer, thanks to law enforcement cracking down on impaired drivers and working to make sure motorists think twice about traffic safety Aug. 19 - Sept. 5.

December 31st

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September 9th

Exclusive Coverage: Summary of Friday nights games at SEMO

Pictured left:  Blake Willimann crushes a kill down the sideline against Cootar
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
–- The Lady Rocks are amongst 48 teams competing in the 24th annual SEMO Spike High School Volleyball Tournament this weekend.

Male and female from New Haven arrested for burglary in Beaufort area

On Wed., Sept. 7, 2011 at approximately 2:41 PM, Franklin County deputies responded to a residence in the 800 block of Wild Rose Lane outside the city limits of Beaufort, Mo.  Neighbors in the area reported seeing a suspicious vehicle at that residence.

Upon arrival, deputies observed a vehicle parked at the residence and the front door was standing open.  Deputies ordered anyone inside the residence to come out with their hands in the air.  A white male and female came out stating that there was a misunderstanding.  The male subject had a cut on his wrist.

September 9th

Sewer and City Hall Parking Lot Projects highlight last night's Gerald City Aldermen Meeting

The Gerald Board of Aldermen met at a regularly scheduled meeting on Thursday, September 8, 2011.  The board reviewed, discussed, and approved various items throughout the meeting.  All board members were present.  The highlights of the meeting are as follows.

Lady Shamrocks knock off Chamois and Montgomery – JV remains undefeated

 

Chamois, Mo. – The Lady Rocks came back after losing the first set, committing a total of 22 errors in the set, to defeat Chamois 25-23, 18-25, 19-25.

Kelsey Pecaut served a team high eight points and four aces as well as adding five kills leading the lady rocks to their third straight win.

Blake Willimann and Megan Bauer had a combined 24 assists and Elise McDonald smashed a team high nine kills.

September 8th

One swing of the bat helps Lady Rocks win 4-2

Pictured above:  Kayla Oetterer gives teammate Brandy Senecal a high-five after hitting two run blast.

Missouri law makers set to change presidential primary election date to March

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo
. -- A Missouri House committee has voted unanimously to move the state’s presidential primary election to March, a change that will be permanent.

The vote follows the wishes of Governor Nixon who made the setting of the primary date in March a priority of the special legislative session. The General Assembly during its regular session voted to move the primary date from its original February date back to March 6 in accordance to the wishes of the national political parties.

Shamrocks end five year drought winning yesterday's Eagle Invitational

Pictured left: Zach Grater

Vienna, Mo. - At yesterday’s Eagle Invitational in Vienna, Mo. weather conditions were ideal for runners compared to Saturday’s “Short Course” Invitational held in New Haven when temperatures were in the upper 80’s by race time.

Waking up to the sound of the Marching Shamrocks


The picture above speaks for itself.
Editorial by Kyle Quick

The one thing my grandma loves more than almost anything is waking up to the sound of New Haven’s Marching Band.  I think it is safe to say there are many others who feel the same way.

September 7th

Senator Cunningham saga continues

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The Missouri Senate’s Education committee has voted unanimously to make changes to legislation aimed at regulating electronic communication between students and school employees.

Senator Jane Cunningham addresses congress about the "Facebook" law - Video of Cunningham speaking

Senator Jane Cunningham, Republican from the 7th Senatorial District in Chesterfield, has been under constant scrutiny about her proposed legislation, regarding student/teacher communication.

Demolition of historic Olive Street Bridge began this afternoon

Say good-bye to the Olive Street Bridge, KJ Unnerstall began tearing down the bridge this afternoon.  The bridge is estimated at being over 80 years old.

Where in the world is a Shamrock? - Zach Zuroweste UPDATE

Pictured above Zach Zuroweste before taking his last flight.

Hot dogging good time with Bank of Franklin County at last night's softball game

Pictured above:  Jerry Jasper grilling hotdogs.

Before last night’s softball game, employees from Bank of Franklin County’s New Haven Branch hosted their annual tailgate party for Shamrock fans.

September 6th

Sullivan’s Brianna Lore reaches perfection -- Pitching a perfect game this evening

Pictured above: Brianna Lore

Sullivan’s Brianna Lore achieved a milestone this evening that every pitcher hopes to accomplish someday.  Lore reached that milestone by pitching a perfect game and leading the Eagles to their first conference win and fourth win of the season. (4-1)

Lady Shamrocks continue rocking -- Varsity and JV both defeat Chamois

Chamois, Mo. -- The Lady Rocks defeated the Chamois Pirates tonight coming back after losing the first set 25-23, 18-25, 19-25.  The Lady Rocks improve to 3-1 on the season.

The Junior Varsity wins in two sets, remaining undefeated. (4-0)

New Haven Police Department is doing their part to keep roadways safer for drivers

 

The New Haven Police Department participated in the “You Drink & Drive. You Lose.” crackdown conducted Aug. 19 through Sept. 5. During the enforcement effort, officers issued a total of 18 traffic tickets including: 1 Driving while Intoxicated, 11 speeding tickets, and 6 other traffic violations.  One warrant arrest was also made as a result of the campaign.  In addition, the New Haven Police Department made 81 traffic stops, issuing 67 warnings along with the 18 citations.