Archive - Oct 4, 2012

Mizzou looks to knock off Vanderbilt to begin month long home stand

Mizzou Football

The Missouri Tigers (3-2 overall, 0-2 in Southeastern Conference play) return home to begin an entire month in the friendly confines of Memorial

Stadium/Faurot Field. You won’t see Mizzou leave the state of Missouri until the calendar flips to November, as the Tigers have home games this month against Vanderbilt (Oct. 6), Alabama (Oct. 13) and Kentucky (Oct. 27), sandwiched around a bye week (Oct. 20).

MU receiver popped for pot

Pictured Dorrial Green-Beckham.
Missouri News Horizon

Columbia, Mo. - The University of Missouri’s top freshman football player is in trouble with the law. Dorrial Green-Beckham of Springfield has been suspended for at least this weekend’s game after he and two freshman teammates were charged with possession of less than 35 grams of marijuana.

Gerald receives $75,000 in federal recreation grant

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
Gov. Jay Nixon announced that six Missouri communities have been approved by the National Park Service to receive more than $275,000 in federal grants to assist with park and recreation needs.

Elementary School takes part in International Walk to School Day

Photos by Kyle Quick
New Haven, Mo.
– Wednesday morning New Haven residents may have noticed students, teachers, and parents walking through town to the school.  New Haven Elementary students joined more than 4,000 schools across the United States walking and riding bicycles to school to celebrate International Walk to School Day.  This is the fourth year in a row New Haven has participated in this event.