Archive - 2012

November 13th

QUICK THOUGHT: The "student" in student athlete goes unnoticed

By Kyle Quick

--Generally, one would read in the newspaper about which students made All-Conference, All-Districts, or All-State in sports.  Don’t get me wrong, these students deserve the recognition and a story written about their achievement, all of which I have included in this article.

However, a story you won’t read about, other than a list of names in the paper, are the athletes who were Academic All-Conference.  They deserve the same recognition along with interviews from coaches who have the same kids in their classes as they do on their teams.

BREAKING NEWS: St. James Police searching for 17-year-old missing girl

St. James, Mo — Police in St. James, Missouri, are looking for Emily Daniel, a 17-year-old white female, who ran away from home on Saturday.

In a press release by the St. James Police Department, Emily Daniel was last seen by her parents on Saturday, November 10 around 5 p.m.

Hermann Area District Hospital to celebrate National Rural Health Day Nov. 15

Hermann, Mo. -National Rural Health Day is an opportunity to “Celebrate the Power of Rural” by honoring the selfless, community-minded, “can do” spirit that prevails in rural America and Hermann Area District Hospital has been an unwavering asset to the rural community.

Lost iPod found Tuesday morning on Maupin Street

Tuesday morning at 10:45 a.m. we found an iPod laying at the intersection of Melrose and Maupin Street in New Haven, Mo.  (More information below.)

State Auditor to investigate electronic benefit card program (EBT) - STL Mayor Slay wants China trade Hub

Monday’s headlines from the State Capital

Missouri News Hoizon
St. Louis, Mo – Less than a week after the elections Missouri Lawmakers already receiving pressure for items to be placed on their agenda when they return in January.

November 12th

MU to Create Terrorism and Disaster Center with $2.4 Million Grant‏


COLUMBIA, Mo.
– More than 70 people have been killed, millions are without power and several thousand have lost their homes in the severe storm known as Hurricane Sandy. Relief efforts will provide for victims’ immediate needs, such as housing, food and water, but the emotional consequences of natural disasters are long term and not understood very well.

Knights of Columbus make generous donation to New Haven Senior Center

Pictured left to right: Grand Knight Louis Menz presents a check on behalf of the Knights of Columbus to Carol Rauth, Director of the New Haven Senior Center.

Photo by Kyle Quick:

The Knights of Columbus held their annual breakfast this past October to raise money for the New Haven Senior Center.

Don't Overlook Financial Risks in Retirement

Submitted by Jim Stiles
Edward Jones Financial Advisor

When you retire, you may well have accomplished some important financial goals, such as sending your children through college and paying off your mortgage. Yet, you can’t relax just yet, because your retirement could easily last two or three decades, which means you’ll need at least two or three decades’ worth of income — which, in turn, means you’ll need the proper savings and investment strategies in place.  And, just as importantly, you’ll also need to be aware of the types of risk that could threaten these strategies.

Byram wins second straight Air Rifle State Championship

Pictured is 2012 4-H Air Rifle State Champion, Brittany Byram.

Gerald, Mo. - Brittany Byram of Gerald, Mo., a student at Owensville Middle School, is a member of the New Haven 4-H Club who recently competed at Prairie Grove Shooting Range in the Missouri 4-H State Air Rifle competition.  Byram came in as the defending champion with a target on her back and everyone waiting to knock her off.

Missouri corn and soybean harvest smallest since 1983

Missouri News Horizon
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It's no suprise that farmers were not going to have a good harvest but the summer drought was much worse than already had thought. 

Missouri farmers are finishing up their harvests…and things aren’t looking much brighter despite the presence of more normal weather conditions.

Annual Hermann Turkey Trot Nov. 22

ECC Honored for Hiring Veterans

Pictured at the presentation ceremony, from left, are Lt. Col Alan Rohlfing, Missouri Show-Me Heroes Director, Steve Weingart, Veterans Employment Representative with the Missouri Division of Workforce Development, ECC President Jon Bauer, and ECC Human Resources staff members Megan Elbert and Karen Rinne.

Union, Mo. - East Central College received the “Flag of Freedom” award Friday, November 9, for its commitment and follow through to the Show-Me Heroes initiative.

Leslie man works to assist in Long Island, New York after Super Storm Sandy

Photos courtesy Nole Winistoerfer

Long Island, NY
- Nelson Tree Services of St. Louis, Mo sent workers to assist in storm ravaged New York after "Super Storm Sandy" took its toll. Nole Winistoerfer of Leslie, Mo. left with the company on Oct. 31, and tells us that at this point, they are unsure of when they will be released to come home.

Missouri leaders salute military on Veterans Day

File photos
Missouri News Horizon

Missouri leaders saluted the state’s military veterans on this Veterans Day, as thousands of other Missourians remain deployed in conflicts abroad.

According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, more than 514,000 veterans reside in Missouri.

Air Force Staff Sgt. Travis Sanford, Jefferson City, is one of those. He was honored by the U.S. Airfoice this year as one of 20 airmen to receive a “Portraits in Courage” recognition commending his service in Afghanistan.

November 10th

Thank you for serving our country

God Bless the men and women who gave us freedom and those who are fighting to protect it.  God Bless the United States of America!

Happy Veteran's Day

Local schools honor veterans

Posting of the colors by the Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts.
Photos by Kyle Quick

This past week, local veterans were honored by New Haven High School and Elementary on Friday morning, and by R-II students Wednesday morning.

Friday morning, veterans were served breakfast by New Haven High School's Student Council.

While visiting with veterans, one of them told us, “It’s very nice the schools do this each year.  I hope they know how much we all appreciate it.”

Why to never give up - Feeling of accomplishment is that much better

Pictured left, Jim Scheer with his daughter Emily and the 8-point buck.

Last week during bow season, Jim Scheer tagged his first buck with a bow, which is quite an achievement in itself.  Jim’s achievement is also an example that a person’s determination does eventually pay off.

Kaylin's Kitchen - Happy Hunting!

Quick News would like to wish everyone a safe and successful hunt as deer rifle season began this morning. 

Be sure to send your photos to reporter@quicknewhavennews.com or via text to 636-359-1018! 

Try my recipes tonight with your fresh harvest!

Hermann Area District Hospital offers Home Sleep Studies