Archive - Sep 2011

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September 6th

Special session off to rocky start -- Cunningham addresses "Facebook Law"

By DICK ALDRICH Missouri News Horizon

Tailgate with Bank of Franklin County at tonight's Softball game -- Free t-shirts, hotdogs, chilli and chips

Pictured above:  T-shirt design that will be given away

Bank of Franklin County will be sponsoring their Annual Shamrocks Tailgate Party tonight at Lions Field.

September 5th

Lady Rocks Junior Varsity outlast O'Fallon Christen to win their third straight

Pictured above: Freshman Taylor Covington goes up for the block.

Tragedy on Highway 19 in Montgomery County - Area mourns death of Hermann High School senior Taylor Thompson

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports that 17-year-old Taylor Thompson of Hermann, Mo. was pronounced dead earlier this evening at University Missouri Medical Center in Columbia, Mo.  MSHP reports that Thompson was traveling north on Hwy 19 when she crossed the center line striking an oncoming vehicle head on.

According to the MSHP the accident occurred around 2 p.m. this afternoon on Hwy 19 0.1 miles south of Porters Road.  Thompson was air lifted by ARCH Helicopter to University of Missouri Medical Center in Columbia, Mo.

Updated: SEMO Schedule Attached -- Rocks cruise to easy victory defeating O'Fallon Christian

Pictured left:  Kelsey Pecaut served 16 in a row in the first set.

Governor asks for farm damage assessment

Photo by Jeff Berkemeyer
Missouri News Horizon

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.--Governor Nixon is asking the U.S. Department of Agriculture to begin damage assessments of farms in central, western and northwestern Missouri in the wake of severe thunderstorms which bore strong winds and hail between August 18 and 22.

September 4th

One Local Dairy Farm Brings Agricultural Innovation to New Haven

Pictured above: Eugene Scheer uses a computer to keep track of his herd.

Story and Photos by Brittany Menke -- Technical Writer

Schenck finishes fourth for New Haven -- New course record set

September 3rd

Recipes from Kaylin's Kitchen - Peaches, Apples, and Pears, OH MY!

Click here for print version

Citizens Bank donates school supplies to New Haven Elementary

Pictured above: Left side: Karen Menke, Right side: Crystal Moeckli and students of New Haven Elementary.

September 2nd

It’s a sad and familiar scene as Missouri vets return for duty in National Guard

Photos and story by Tim Sampson
Missouri News Horizon

Breaking News: Election results in after recount – Tie in 4th grade and 6th grade races

Photos taken by Kasi Meyer
Your New Haven Elmentary Election Headquarters

December 31st


September 2nd

13th Annual New Haven Cross Country "Short Course" Invitational tomorrow morning

Pictured above Cross Country Team runs part of the "Short Course" during practice.

Letter to the edior -- Asking drivers to obey speed limit on Olive Street

The posted speed limit on the streets is 25mph, however several residents of our town don't or won't obey this law.

Student Council Elections--Today New Haven Elementary students head to the polls

Student Council Candidates have been campaigning this past week for today’s much anticipated Student Council Election.

Students running for office have posted some pretty creative signs throughout the school as part of their campaigning efforts, telling fellow students why they should be elected.

September 1st

McCaskill touts local call centers bill

Missouri News Horizon
-- Tired of talking to a person in Calcutta when your computer goes haywire? Have a question about a bill and don’t understand the customer service agent in Bangkok? have an ally in Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill.

Lady Shamrocks Varsity and JV win home openers tonight.

Pictured Above: Emily Kallmeyer(14) thows down a kill in tonights JV match.

The Varsity won easily this evening improving their record to 2-1.

The JV team out battled O'Fallon Christian winning in three sets and remaining undefeated on the season. (3-0).

Franklin County deputies conduct sobriety checkpoints

The Franklin County Sheriff's Office deputies conducted two sobriety checkpoints on Friday, August 26, 2011 and are planning on more this weekend.

BREAKING STORY: UPDATE2: AG explains about membership refund-- Anytime Fitness in New Haven closes their doors

Update Sept 1. - We spoke with Nanci Gonder, Press Secretary for Attorney General’s Office, earlier this afternoon to find out information regarding the closing of Anytime Fitness.