Archive - Oct 8, 2012

A guy's guide to brownie points at Elizabeth's Antiques, Crafts, & Home Décor

Friday night's grand opening of Elizabeth’s Antiques, Crafts, & Home Décor in Downtown New Haven, Mo. began with a ribbon cutting ceremony to kick-off the two-day celebration.

By: Kyle Quick

I feel it is important to note that I am a guy, and society says crafts and antiques are not our thing.  Would I have thought of stopping by Elizabeth’s before this past weekend?  You know the answer to that question.  However, anytime you find something special it is only right to tell your friends, so guys listen up.

Women’s health care a defining issue in Senate race

U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill (Photo & story: Missouri News Horizon)

CAMDENTON, Mo. — Democratic U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill has made women’s health care issues a pillar of her reelection campaign, and, in an electorate that so vocally touts its opposition to abortion, has been surprisingly successful.

OBITUARY: Hermann: Hilda Elizabeth Buchholtz (February 1, 1923 - September 28, 2012)

Hilda Elizabeth Buchholtz, 89, of Hermann, Missouri, passed away on Friday, September 28, 2012 at Cedarcrest Manor, Washington, Mo.

Mrs. Buchholtz was born in Hermann, Mo on February 1, 1923, the daughter of the late Herman L. and Meta (Heldman) Stolte.

She was the widow of William H. Buchholtz. They were married March 31, 1973 at Stony Hill, Mo.

Hilda is survived by her sister Helen Carl of Berger, Mo and by nieces & nephews. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband and two brothers Edgar H. & Melvin T. Stolte.

OBITUARY: Berger: Eugene R. Haberberger (June 22, 1926 - October 6, 2012)

Eugene R. Haberberger, 86, of Berger, Missouri, passed away on Saturday, October 6, 2012 at Missouri Veteran's Home, St. James, Missouri.

Mr. Haberberger was born in Villa Ridge, Missouri on June 22, 1926, the son of the late Casper and Alvina (Hanneken) Haberberger.

Linda Seiner featured artist at Zia Gallery - Hopes to touch breast cancer survivors through her art

Pictured: Linda Seiner standing next to one of her paintings on display this month at Zia Gallery

By: Kyle Quick

Linda Seiner is a two-time survivor of breast cancer.  Seiner was first diagnosed with breast cancer 12 years ago and less than two years later defeated her bout with breast cancer for a second time.

Seiner said, “ After being diagnosed for the second time I began doing art to express the emotions and feelings I was going through when I really couldn’t express them verbally.”

In fourteen hundred and ninety-two, Columbus sailed the ocean blue!


Americans have memorized the title poem in elementary school for years, but how many facts about the voyage are actually remembered as we observe Columbus Day?