Archive - Oct 7, 2012

Lady Shamrocks lose 4th straight while JV wins 4th straight

Kelsey Peacut knocked down a team high 10 kills in New Haven's loss to Pacific.

Pacific, Mo. – Volleyball is about emotion and momentum. A single error can end up changing the complexity of an entire match.

Thursday night’s match at Pacific a few mistakes by both teams ended up being the difference between Pacific winning and New Haven suffering their fourth straight loss.  You can’t narrow it down to a single mistake but unable to recover from a momentum killer can play a huge factor

Alzheimer's Behaviors and Commmunication Free program by HADH

Washington woman receives moderate injuries in one-vehicle crash

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a one-vehicle accident occurred yesterday afternoon, Sat., Oct. 6, at 3:12 p.m. on Highway 100 in which the driver, Yvonne Talbott, 60, of Washington received moderate injuries.

Pro-Life supporters from local area join in National Life Chain

Sunday afternoon, supporters of Pro-Life lined Highway 100 as part of the National Life Chain.

Photos by Kyle Quick

New Haven, Mo. – Each year on the first Sunday in October, Life Chains are formed throughout cities and towns across North America by those who are against abortion and believe in the “Right to Life”.

OBITUARY: NEW HAVEN: Betty J. Scheer (October 6, 2012 - 1931)

Mrs. Betty J. Scheer, 81, of New Haven passed away at New Haven Care Center, New Haven Mo.

Mrs. Scheer was born in New Haven, Mo. in 1931, the daughter of the late Louis and Pearl (nee Warner) Drewel.

She was the wife of Wilbert W. Scheer they were married January 22, 1949 at the Trinity Lutheran Church, New Haven, Mo.