Archive - Apr 13, 2012

Overnight storms approach the area - Heavy rain and lighting expected

10:10 p.m. - There are currently no severe weather watches or warnings, however Franklin County is under a Flash Flood Watch.

Nixon orders flags at half-staff for second Missouri soldier killed in Afghanistan in as many days

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
– For the second time in as many days, Gov. Jay Nixon has ordered that all U.S. and Missouri state flags at state buildings be flown at half-staff on Saturday in honor of Missouri Staff Sgt. Tyler James Smith, 24, of Licking, Mo. and on Wed. flags are to be flown at half-staff in recognition of Army Spc. Jeffrey Lee White Jr. of Catawissa, Mo.

Union Pacific worker struck by lighting

New Haven, Mo - Late this morning at 11:45 a.m., New Haven EMS responded to the Miller Street railroad crossing for a report of a Union Pacific worker that had been struck by lighting.

Spirit Debit Cards for New Haven School District and Franklin County R2

Peoples Savings Bank is pleased to offer New Haven School District and Franklin County R-2, a way to show your school spirit while raising funds for the schools.  Both Schools will use the money to offset existing programs.

Peoples Savings Bank is offering a choice of personalized New Haven Shamrocks and Franklin County R-2 Huskies Spirit Debit Cards for use by existing checking customers or new customers who open a checking account with Peoples Savings Bank.

Shamrocks bats' show signs of life - End five game skid

Jake Terchluse rounds first on a one out double in the bottom of the sixth, picking up two RBIs

New Haven, Mo – New Haven came into last night’s game having lost five in a row and had gone scoreless in the last 20 inning.

Missouri AG joins e-book antitrust lawsuit against Apple Inc.

BY TIM SAMPSON
Missouri News Horizon

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Americans have paid more than $100 million more than they otherwise would have for e-books, and Missourians are no exception says Attorney General Chris Koster.

This week, Koster joined with 15 other state attorneys general to file suit against Apple Inc. and three of the nation’s largest book publishers for conspiring to fix the prices of electronic books.