Archive - Jun 19, 2012

Hoener returns to the helm of New Haven’s Volleyball Program

New Haven, Mo. - Four years ago Jaime Hoener was pregnant with her second child and decided to give up her position as New Haven’s head volleyball coach to begin a new chapter in her life, being a mom.

Hoener said, “After telling Mr. Stroble [Principal Tim Stroble] my decision I walked back to my classroom and thought to myself, “what have I done”.

Ryan and Steph announce birth of first child

Ryan and Stephanie Steinhoff are happy to announce the birth of their first child.

Brayden David Steinhoff-Kababie was born on May 31, 2012 at 4:30 p.m., weighing 6 lbs. 11oz.

Koster: No-call list for cell phones “finally” established

Missouri News Horizon

You can now register your cell phone number online at the Attorney General's website.  Click here to stop telemarketers.

Gov. Jay Nixon signed legislation Thursday to expand the state’s No Call Law to Missouri cell phone users.

At bill signing ceremonies in Kansas City and St. Louis, Nixon, who was attorney general when the original law was passed in 2000, said with landlines becoming obsolete for many phone users, the law is the common sense thing to do.

Missouri waterways becoming dangerous

Photo courtesy of Missouri State Water Patrol

Missouri News Horizon
During the summer months people enjoy spending their weekends on the water however, having too much fun can change an enjoyable weekend into a tragic one.  While it is ok to have fun, boaters are reminded that safety comes first and this past weekend was proof that Missouri's waterways are becoming a little dangerous.

Tragic drowning of child in St. Clair, Mo.

St. Clair, Mo. – Sheriff Gary Toelke released a statement this morning regarding last night’s tragic drowning of a 2-year-old child.

Toelke said in his statement that deputies had responded to the 200 block of Deep Woods Rd at approximately 6 p.m. Monday evening for a possible drowning.

When deputies arrived, a St. Clair firefighter was performing CPR on the child.  Deputies began assisting firefighters with CPR until paramedics with St. Clair EMS arrived.