Archive - Apr 5, 2012

Treasurer opens unclaimed property vault - $600 million in cash or property

Missouri News Horizon
— It looks like a dream sequence from the reality show American Pickers.

A long table full of old bonds, yellowed pictures, antique jewelry and rare baseball cards. Even mink earrings and a Looney Tunes tie. All in the basement offices of State Treasurer Clint Zweifel.

PET ALERT UPDATE: Cocker spaniel/poodle mix reunited with owner

We have learned that the missing puppy has been happily reunited with her owner.  We love happing endings.

This is a female cocker spaniel/poodle mix.  She was found on McDaris Lane.

McCaskill continues to push for end to big oil subsidies after failed vote

Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., speaks to reporters outside a Shell gas station in Columbia, Mo. in her continued support of a failed effort last week to end federal subsidies to the nation’s five largest oil companies. Photo by Tim Sampson/Missouri News Horizon.

Missouri News Horizon

COLUMBIA, Mo. – A week after the U.S. Senate blocked President Barack Obama’s call to end federal subsidies to the nation’s five largest oil companies, Missouri Sen. Claire McCaskill toured the state to keep on pushing the president’s message.

New Haven graduate Samantha Panhorst named to All-Missouri Academic Team at East Central College

From left are Cookie Hays, Kevin Dixon, Jean McCann, Dr. Jennifer Judd, Samantha Panhorst, Katrina Dearing, Dr. Elizabeth Winters-Rozema, and Dr. Ed Jackson, college president.

Union, Mo - East Central College administrators and faculty members were on hand recently when Dr. Jennifer Judd, associate professor of music and students Katrina Dearing and Samantha Panhorst were honored by the Missouri Community College Association.

OBITUARY: New Haven: Alfred Earl Dahl (July 1, 1930 - April 2, 2012)

Alfred Earl Dahl, 81, of New Haven, Missouri, passed away on Monday, April 2nd, 2012 at Eagleville, Missouri.

Steinhoff selected 1st Team All-State by both the MBCA and MSSA

Photo by Kaylin Bade

New Haven, Mo – Great players in all sports are known to “rise up” come playoff time.  They seem to make big plays at the right time and when the game is on the line, the ball is in their hands.

Missouri awarded honor of Top State for Camping

— The people have spoken: Missouri is the No. 1 state for camping in the U.S.