Archive - Jan 2012

January 20th

Deadline announced for Managed Spring Turkey Hunts - drawings to be held starting in mid-March

Houf Wild Turkeys, courtesy MDC.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo – Turkey hunters have until Feb. 29 to apply for managed hunts during Missouri’s 2012 spring turkey season.

McCaskill lobbies FAA for commercial version of C-17

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
– In an effort to create manufacturing jobs and bolster the state economy, Sen. Claire McCaskill is urging the Federal Aviation Adminstration to quickly certify a commercial version of the C-17 aircraft, manufactured in St. Louis.

Mission accomplished with stroller in hand

Pictured on the right is Jeff Perez with family and friends after reaching Huntington Beach, Ca.

January 19th

Ameren says new Lake of the Ozarks shore plane imminent

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo
. – Following a month-long public comment period, Ameren Missouri officials say they are confident they will be able to submit a new shoreline management plan to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission by the end of the January.

Since December, Ameren has been trying to sell a plan to lake area homeowners that shrinks the easement zone for the Bagnell Dam.

Live Lady Shamrock updates: UPDATE Silex holds off rocks to win by five

Varsity Girls Updates:

Final - New Haven loses 53-48.

The Rocks were not able to recover after losing their four point in the third quarter.

3rd Quarter - Silex leads 41-38.

Halftime - Rocks extend their lead 28-32 to end the first half of play.

Peoples Savings Bank top 30 companies to raise most funds for Franklin County Area United Way

Postage price to go up this Sunday

The Postal Service handles more than 44% of the world's mail volume, delivering more mail to more addresses and to a larger geographic area than any other postal administration in the world.  Photo courtesy usps.com.

New Haven School District has a new website

Pictured above is a screen shot of the school districts new home page.

The New Haven School District is happy to announce a new and improved website.

OBITUARY: Washington: Frances L. Buhr (October 9, 1918 - January 18, 2012)

Frances L. Buhr, nee Kappelmann, 93, of Washington, Mo. passed away on Wed., Jan. 18, 2012.

Menke leads Rocks over Linn 32-30

Photo by Lisa Gerlemann

Linn, Mo. – New Haven ended a two game skid on Tuesday, slipping past Linn 32-30.

Ryan Menke led all scores with 15 points on 6-9 shooting from the field, marking Tuesday’s game the tenth time Menke has hit double figures.

January 18th

Free training session this month for tutors

The Y Community Literacy Council will hold a free tutor training session later this month. The training will be held Friday, January 27, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. at East Central College’s Washington location at Four Rivers Career Center.

The President and First Lady Welcome the St. Louis Cardinals

First Lady Michelle Obama reacts to a joke by President Barack Obama as the President and Mrs. Obama welcome the 2011 World Series Champion St. Louis Cardinals to the White House to honor the team and their 2011 World Series victory, in the East Room, Jan. 17, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Lawrence Jackson)

Boehmer and Conner first percussionists in school history to make All-Conference - Video of performance

Pictured left to right: Ms. Sullentrup, JR. Conner, Dr. Hopwood, and Matthew Boehmer

Photo and video taken by Curt Boehmer.

January 17th

Governor proposes higher-ed cuts in State of the State address

Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon prepares to give his annual State of the State Address before both houses of the General Assembly. During his speech, Nixon outlined a proposed budget that includes a 12.5 percent cut to higher education funding in 2013.

Keeping life simple

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Keeping life simple.

MODOT Director urges congress to make I-70 a toll road

By DICK ALDRICH
Missouri News Horizon

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - MODOT Director Kevin Keith says if something drastic isn’t done to fix or rebuild I-70 across Missouri, in 20 years the road will “become a gravel parking lot.”

Price of fame could prevent fans and players from attending Hall of Fame - But YOU can help

New Haven has always been and is one of the greatest places to live.

If you need help with something, you know your neighbor or anyone would drop everything they were doing to come and help you, knowing that you would do the same for them.

New Haven Hall Of Fame Enshrinement Information

Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony will be held Sun., Jan. 29 in Springfield, Mo.  At the ceremony, New Haven High School’s Basketball program will be honored by being one of only two high schools to ever have received this prestigious award.

Many have asked about the details surrounding the events on Jan. 29, below is the information.

The President does some painting

President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama paint during a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day service event in Washington, D.C., Jan. 16, 2012. (Official White House Photo by Pete Souza)

January 16th

Lady Rocks knock of St. Clair 36-29

Kierstin Monzyk drains one from the corner midway through the fourth quarter, scoring two of her seven points.

New Haven, Mo - New Haven fell below five hundred for the first time all year after a tough loss to Russellville in Saturday’s third place game at South Callaway.