Archive - Dec 1, 2012

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Lady Shamrocks bring home two consolation trophies

Friday night New Haven outlasted Clopton to win consolation in the Montgomery County Tournament and Saturday morning the junior varsity followed up with a win over North Callaway for consolation in the Hermann JV Girls Tournament.

Montgomery County, Mo - Rachel Steinhoff led all scores with 17 points and was perfect from the free-throw line hitting seven out of seven helping the Lady Shamrocks to a 39-29 win over Clopton.

OBITUARY: Union: Allen Lueker (January 30, 1940 - November 30, 2012)

Allen Lueker, 72, of Union, passed away Fri., Nov. 30, 2012.

Mr. Lueker is survived by his wife, Betty Lueker, nee Dreinhoefer.

Ornaments for Officers

By Kyle Quick

If you remember in 2008, Sergeant William Biggs and Officer Thomas Ballman were both shot and killed when a suspect opened fire at a Kirkwood City Council Meeting.  Not only did the Kirkwood Police Department lose a 20-year veteran, Bill Biggs, his family lost a husband and dad. 

Conservation Officials work with hunters to monitor hemorrhagic disease



This deer, photographed by a Conservation Officer, Brian Humphrey, shows the classic signs of hemorrhagic disease. The symptoms include bulging eyes, foaming mouth, swollen lymph nodes and sloughing of hair on her back.  Photo courtesy of South Dakota GF&P/Yankton Press


JEFFERSON CITY
– Conservation officials say they don’t plan immediate measures to compensate for deer losses to hemorrhagic diseases, but they will look carefully at harvest information, reports of sick deer and hunter surveys when considering future hunting regulations.