Archive - Sep 19, 2012

23rd Annual Hot Air Balloon Race Quick News Coverage sponsored by New Haven Lumber with Quick Text Alerts

Last year Quick News gave readers coverage of The Hot Air Balloon Race from behind the scenes, a perspective never seen before in New Haven.

This Saturday, September 22 we are going a step further by providing quicker, up to the minute details, and for the first time we are adding Quick Text Alerts sponsored by New Haven Lumber sent right to your phone.

Signing up is easy.  You can text the word “quickto 25827 or sign up online.

New jobs, fewer willing to work

News Brief: Why work if you get unemployment

Missouri News Horizon
--Missouri employers added nearly 18-thousand jobs to Missouri’s economy in August. But the exodus of workers from the state’s labor force continues. The Department of Economic Development reports that a growth in manufacturing jobs lead to the creation of 17-thousand-9-hundred jobs in Missouri in August.

JV rocks Hermann in two sets

Kayla Borcherding smashes one of her team high 10 kills in Tuesday's win over Hermann.

New Haven, Mo.Kayla Borcherding's team high 10 kills on Tuesday night help the Lady Shamrocks bounce back after Monday night’s lose to Borgia.

Tuesday night, New Haven picked up their second Four Rivers Conference win, dismantling the Lady Bearcats in two sets, 25-17, 25-7.

OBITUARY: New Haven: Berniece Irene Kase (September 7, 1929 - September 18, 2012)

Berniece Irene Kase, 83, of New Haven, Missouri, passed away on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at New Haven Care Center.

Mrs. Kase was born in New Haven, Missouri on September 7, 1929, the daughter of the late Herbert F. and Flora (Dahl) Zastrow.

Maiden Lane and Melrose Street OPEN to ALL TRAFFIC

UPDATED: Maupin Street is now open to ALL traffic.

New Haven, Mo. - Maupin Street will be closed until further notice between Maiden Lane and Melrose Street beginning September 19, 2012.

College of Ozarks join lawsuit against federal government over Obama Care

Photo courtesy of News-Leader.com
Springfield, Mo.
A Missouri college is joining a lawsuit against birth control mandates in the president’s Affordable Care Act. College of the Ozarks is a small Christian college near Branson. (Below is an article by Cliff Sain, which shines more light on this law suite.)

Department of Natural Resources hosting pesticide pickup in Warrenton


JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.
— The Missouri Department of Natural Resources will host an event Sept. 22 in Warrenton aimed at helping residents of the St. Louis region rid their homes and farms of unwanted pesticides and related chemicals.