Archive - Oct 26, 2012

New Haven Elementary does "Call Me Maybe" video

New Haven Elementary's 6th grade students decided to do their own version of the poplar YouTube videos "Call Me Maybe".

Residents have leaves stolen by "Drive By Rakers"

These leaf theives obviously were not concerened about getting caught.

By Kyle Quick

New Haven, Mo. – Most people love this time of year as leaves change from their summer green to their beautiful Fall colors.  The down side is they also begin falling to the ground, forcing people bring out the rakes.

Unfortunately some people are no longer able to rake the layer of leaves that cover their yard, but one of New Haven High School’s clubs has been giving back to the community and helping those people out.

Gov. Nixon praises Scheer Dairy Farm

New Haven, Mo. - Watch a trimmed version of Gov. Jay Nixon’s speech Tuesday morning at Scheer Dairy Farm as well as remarks from Rick Scheer after receiving the Governor’s Agricultural Achievement Award

Quick Thought: Greater St. Louis Honor Flight - True American Heroes

No words can be used to describe these photos.

By Kyle Quick:
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I hope all of our readers take the time to read this article, however unfortunately, because there is not anything burning and it is not some type of breaking news, most won't.

Sunday, December 7, 1941, “A date which will live in infamy--The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.", Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Spookstalker Press announces a new ghost book by local author Dan Terry

"Too Ornery To Die" covers spirits of outlaws, gangsters, policemen, serial killers, pirates, and prisoners.  Among the diabolical denizens too cruel for Hell is Dan's personal 4 year search for the spirit of Missouri's first known female serial killer, Bertha Gifford.

Rivers Edge Recalls Hunter Tree Stands

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Rivers Edge is recalling Hunter Tree Stands due to faulty snap-hook assemblies, causing the tree stand and the user to fall to the ground. 

This item could have been potentially sold locally at Orscheln Farm & Home stores.