Archive - Oct 2, 2012

Elizabeth's is one store in Downtown New Haven you have to visit

By: Kyle Quick

Elizabeth’s is charming store nestled in Downtown New Haven on the corner of Front Street and Miller Street filled with antiques, gifts, home décor, and a large variety of items anyone would find appealing. 

Charter Communications moving corporate headquarters out of Missouri

— The nation’s fourth largest cable operator is moving its headquarters out of Missouri.

Charter Communications announced Tuesday they are relocating their corporate headquarters from St. Louis, Mo., to Stamford, Connecticut, moving nearly 200 jobs out of Missouri.

New Haven’s will to win leads to win over Fatima

Result of a "Mac-Shock-Attack

Lady Shamrock's dramatic first set comeback sets tone of match

New Haven, Mo. – Monday night the Junior Varsity kept fans on the edge of their seat in a heart-pounding three set match against the Fatima Comets as New Haven came out on top, picking up their 15th win on the year.

White House Goes Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month


The North Portico exterior of the White House is illuminated pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Official White House Photo by Sonya N. Hebert


The White House was illuminated pink last night to mark the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. During October, President Obama wrote in a Presidential Proclamation, “we honor those we have lost, lend our strength to those who carry on the fight, and pledge to educate ourselves and our loved ones about this tragic disease.”

Recent rain could salvage fall color


The break in Missouri’s drought came just in time for some trees.


JEFFERSON CITY – 2012 is not likely to be remembered for outstanding fall color, but recent rains could save Missouri’s “season of splendor” from fizzling altogether.