Archive - Apr 10, 2012

Vehicle rolls over landing upside down

New Haven, Mo – New Haven EMS and Fire responded to a motor vehicle accident at 9:07 p.m. this evening.  The accident occurred on Highway 185, approximately five miles from Highway 100.

OBITUARY: BERGER: Mabel M. Garbs ( Sept. 10, 1921 - April 10, 2012)

Mabel M. Garbs, 90, of Berger, Mo. passed away on Tue., April 10, 2012 at Mercy Hospital in Washington, Mo.

Mrs. Garbs was born in Little Berger, Mo. on Sept., 10, 1921, the daughter of the late Joseph and Ottila (LaBoube) LaBoube.

Newly elected Aldermen Stephen Miller and incumbent Harold Ray sworn in at Monday's city meeting

Stephen Miller, at left, and Harold Ray, right are sworn in by City Clerk, Kathleen Trentmann at last night's monthly Aldermen meeting.

New Haven, Mo – Last night, at the regularly scheduled monthly New Haven Board of Aldermen meeting, newly elected Stephen Miller and incumbent Harold Ray were sworn in by City Clerk, Kathleen Trentmann.

East Central College Board Re-employs Full-time Faculty Members‏

The re-employment of 72 full-time faculty members was one of the items approved by East Central College trustees at their April 9 meeting.  Other personnel matters included accepting the letter of resignation from education instructor Stephanie Bray who has taught at ECC since 2004.

Declining unemployment numbers brings bad news for the long-term unemployed

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
– A decline in the state’s overall unemployment rate is bad news for roughly 9,000 long-term unemployed Missourians who suddenly find themselves without unemployment benefits.

Researchers See Differences in Autism Brain Development as Early as 6 Months

Research by Autism Speaks-Funded Infant Brain Imaging Study Offers Future Promise to Identify Infants at Risk for Autism before Behavioral Symptoms Become Evident

New York, N.Y. –The changes in brain development that underlie autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may be detectable in children as young as 6 months, according to research reported in the American Journal of Psychiatry.