Archive - Jan 13, 2012

New Haven looks for answers

New Haven will play for third place tomorrow in the South Callaway Tournament at 4:30 p.m.

The Rocks began the week with an easy win on Tue. over New Bloomfield 63-32, however last night #6 Montgomery County upset #2 New Haven 37-28.  The Rocks had beaten the Wildcats during the first part of the season back in December.

Spring flooding affected 2011's corn and soybean figures

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo - Officials with USDA blame spring and summer flooding n the Missouri and Mississippi river basins and a hot dry summer for numbers that didn’t stack up to 2010’s record corn and soybean production figures.

Senator Blunt undergoes heart surgery

Missouri News Horizon
-- Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt is said to be fine after
undergoing a heart procedure.

Missouri’s junior senator underwent a procedure Thursday to implant a
stent in the front of his heart. Doctors at George Washington University Medical Center detected a blockage in Blunt’s heart during a routine physical earlier this week.

Harrisburg's perfect record still intact, defeat Lady Rocks 57-46

   Kayla Oetterer is fouled as she goes up with authority, banking it in.

Mokane, Mo.Kayla Oetterer’s game high 17 points was not enough for New Haven to knock off undefeated and number one seed Harrisburg in Thursday night’s game at South Callaway.

Celebrating 50th Wedding Anniversary

Jim and Melva Wurtz of Stony Hill will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sat., Jan. 14.

Mr. and Mrs. Wurtz were married at St. James Church in Stony Hill on Jan. 14 1962 by the Rev. Edward Mayer.

Jim and Melva have two sons, Jeff of Union, Mo. and Jerry of Stony Hill.

Happy 50th and we wish you many more.