Archive - Sep 2, 2012

DAR Patriot Index Centennial Edition Books to the Gasconade County Historical Society

Pictured are chapter members Joyce Schutt, Linda Talley and Lois Puchta, ARC Steering Committee members of the Archives, and Judy Lerbs, chapter member.
Photo by: Judy Lerbs

Washington, Mo. – The Valley of the Meramec Chapter of the  National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) in Washington, Mo. recently donated three DAR Patriot Index Centennial Edition Books to the Gasconade County Historical Society Archives and Record Center in Hermann, Mo.

Schenck finishes fourth and course record broke for second year in a row

Seth Schenck (Left) was able to hold off Hermann's Grant Uthlaut to finish in fourth place by nine tenths of a second.

New Haven, Mo. – Cloudy skies and a muddy course are what most cross-country runner’s love.  Linn’s Tyler Rush must have loved the conditions since he shattered the course record with a time of 11:31.37, which was previously set by his teammate, Kaleb Wilson last year.  New Haven’s Seth Schenck came in fourth place just ahead of Hermann’s Grant Uthlaut.

A true fishing story that’s out of this world

Photo submitted by Mark Laune
Matthew Laune holds an 8 lb bass that was caught in unusual fashion.

By Kyle Quick
New Haven, Mo. – It’s every parents dream of having an unexpected moment with their son or daughter that they will share for a lifetime, reminiscing the moment for decades to come.