Archive - Jul 26, 2012

Ebenezer Lutheran vacation bible school

Photos Courtesy of Nancy Quinn
Leslie, Mo. – This week children from 3 to 8 years old from the Leslie area have been attending Ebenezer Lutheran’s vacation bible school.  Each day begins and ends with a short information worship service.

Crawford Electric sponsors four students for Jefferson City leadership conference

Pictured left to right: Scarlett Warner of Gerald, Luke Carter of Bourbon, and Rozea’ Bellinger and Emily Reinhold, both of Sullivan, enjoied their day at the state Capitol during the Cooperative Youth Conference and Leadership Experience (CYCLE) in Jefferson City in July. The students were sponsored by Crawford Electric Cooperative

Bourbon, Mo. – Four local students were among the 98 young Missourians who recently participated in the award-winning CYCLE program created by the state’s electric cooperatives.

Lost puppy found this evening on Douglas Street

New Haven, Mo.  – At 5 p.m. this evening (Thursday) a small female puppy was found in the 200 block of Douglas Street.

The female puppy is currently being taken care of at the New Haven Veterinary Clinic.

If you have any information please call the Vet Clinic at (573) 237-7387.

Nixon expands state aid for struggling farmers

File Photo
Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Gov. Jay Nixon announced Thursday that his administration is putting more money into a program to help farmers secure their water source during the drought.During a news conference at the Missouri Department of Agriculture, Nixon announced an additional $5 million dollars for a program to help farmers get the money they need to drill new water wells or deepen existing wells.

BREAKING NEWS: Pastor Herman Otten leaving Trinity Lutheran Church after 55 years

Photos courtesy Christian News.
New Haven, Mo.
–Pastor Herman Otten officially announced in a press release this morning the he will be leaving Trinity Lutheran Church after 55 years.

Otten will remain editor of Christian News “To promote 21st century reformation and realignment in all of Christendom."

In a “Farewell Address” that Otten had presented in a voters meeting at Trinity Lutheran Church on July 15 announced that he would be leaving Trinity after 55 years as pastor on Easter 2013. He said he wants to give Trinity time to call a new pastor. Few congregations have kept their same pastor for so many years.