Archive - 2012

January 7th

Corps of Engineers release 2012 Missouri River plan

Missouri News Horizon
-- The U.S Army Corps of Engineers says it plans to do a better job of communication during the upcoming year, but it’s not planning on any more storage space for increased snow melt and rain than it had last year.

The corps on Friday released its operating plan for the coming year. The report says the corps will maintain an “aggressive” schedule of water releases through the spring and summer months should it be faced with similar conditions to last yea.

Shamrocks cruised past Bourbon 54-39

Photo by Julie Scheer

New Haven, Mo - New Haven cruised to their second win in a row last night against Bourbon to improve to 7-3.

Complete game summary later today.

January 6th

UPDATE: White SUV plows into the Los Cabos Restaurant

10:45 p.m. - Washington, Mo – At approx 6:30 p.m. this evening a white SUV plowed into Los Cabos Mexican Restaurant located off Highway 100 on High Street, near Straatmann Toyota.

Gallery of photos released by MDC of mountain lion trapped by citizen

The 122-pound male mountain lion (above) recovers from sedatives.

Photos by Candice Davis, Missouri Department of Conservation

The mountain lion trapped by a private individual in Reynolds County Jan. 4 is shown below in the trap.

NEW HAVEN: Obituary: Harold Kuhn ( Dec. 21, 1943 - Jan. 5, 2012)

Harold Kuhn, 89, of New Haven, Missouri, passed away on Thur., Jan. 5, 2012 at New Haven Care Center.

Mr. Kuhn was born in New Haven, Mo. on March 27, 1922, the son of the late Paul and Edna (Heidmann) Kuhn.

Cuba steals a win from the Lady Shamrocks

Rachel Steinhoff is hammered going up for a layup, in what was a physical game last night at Cuba.

5th and 6th Grade Boys basketball tournament - Download brackets

This weekend is New Haven's Athletic Boosters annual 5th and 6th grade boys basketball tournament.

There will be games all day on Saturday begining at 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 

To download the brackets click below:

5th Grade Boys Bracket

Yesterdays Governor's Prayer Breakfast that focused on Joplin, MO

What's with the weather?

Tempature at 9 a.m. this morning.

I am not complaining about the bizarre temperatures for this time of year, but are we going to pay for it later?

Last night, as I was getting home from Cuba, the bank sign showed a temperature of 52 degrees and this was at 10 p.m. in January.

January 5th

Update 8: Continuous updates of The Lady Shamrocks Basketball Game from Cuba

Photo by Kyle Quick

8:46 p.m.
Final score: Sullivan pushes past New Haven, 46-43.

8:36 p.m.
With 30 seconds left in the game, New Haven is down by three, 42-45.

Tears and emotions at annual Governor's Prayer Breakfast - Reflection of Joplin's devastation

Missouri News Horizon

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Ostensibly, the annual Missouri Governor’s prayer breakfast has always been about seeking divine guidance and spiritual communion for state lawmakers at the start of the legislative session.

Young male mountain lion trapped by citizen, released in Reynolds County

MDC Stock Photo of a Mountain Lion

New Haven Family Chiropractic offers more services than you know

New Haven Family Chiropractic offers many more services than you probably know.  Whether you are in need of chiropractic therapy or want to live a healthier life style, Dr. Doris and her staff are there to assist you.

Cholesterol checks, Live Blood Analysis, Endocrine Wellness Evaluation, or Ionic Foot Cleansing are only a few services they offer to help you live a healthier life style.

Blunt criticizes Obama for appointment of "another unaccountable czar with unlimited power”

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri Sen. Roy Blunt joined the chorus of Congressional Republicans on Wednesday who criticized President Barack Obama for circumventing the Senate and naming a director to head up the newly created Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.

Obama used a recess appointment to name former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray as the head of the new agency, which is aimed at imposing new rules on banks and financial institutions to make their dealings with customers more transparent.

January 4th

Rocks cruise past Bourbon - Quick review of Lady Rock's season & tomorrow night's game

Photo was in the New Haven - Washington game.

New Haven, Mo – The Lady Rocks easily defeated Bourbon on Monday 62-17 improving to 5-3 and their second straight win.

Tea Party followers rally at State Capitol today

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- The first day of the 2012 state legislative session not only brought lawmakers back to the capitol, but also members of various Tea Party movements from around the state.

Leath hits game winner - Shamrocks slip past South Callaway 34-32

Ryan Menke hits one of his two field goals in the first quarter, scoring the teams only four points to start off the game.

New Haven, Mo.Ryan Menke came out on fire last night never cooling off, scoring a game high 20 points and marking the sixth time Menke has hit double digits this season.

Mayer vows legislative action despite election year politics

January 3rd

"Facebook Law" drama nears an end

By Tim Sampson

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – After a long legislative battle, the issue of regulating online teacher-student communications has now fallen onto Missouri’s individual school district boards.

Gov. Nixon to detail strategy for creating jobs, moving economy forward during State of the State Address

Photo courtesy Office of the Governor, 2010 State of the State Address

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo., Office of the Missouri Governor -
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon will detail his strategy for creating jobs and moving Missouri's economy forward during his 2012 State of the State Address.