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Tragic School Shooting and The Heroic Acts of Valor

Updated: Dec. 15 3:00 p.m.

Throughout Friday, December 14, 2012 “we were reminded what teachers do and how much they care, even in the face of terror.”

When First grade teacher Kaitlin Roig at Sandy Hook Elementary, began hearing gunfire she somehow managed to fit her 15 students into a bathroom, ultimately saving their lives.

Watch the emotional interview with ABC as Roig describes the sequence of events that took place in her classroom.

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List of Victims' Names:

Charlotte Bacon, 6,  Daniel Barden, 7, Rachel Davino, 29, Olivia Engel, 6, Josephine Gay, 7, Ana Marquez-Greene, 6, Dylan Hockley, 6, Dawn Hocksprung, 47, Madeline Hsu, 6, Catherine Hubbard, 6, Chase Kowalski, 7, Jesse Lewis, 6, James Mattioli, 6, Grace McDonnell, 7, Anne Marie Murphy, 52, Emilie Parker, 6, Jack Pinto, 6, Noah Pozner, 6, Caroline Previdi, 6, Jessica Rekos, 6, Avielle Richman, 6, Lauren Russeau, 30, Mary Sherlach, 56, Victoria Soto, 27, Benjamin Wheeler, 6, Allison Wyatt, 6 

Useless phone scammers attempt to trick people in giving personal financial information

--New Haven area banks warn customers of telephone scam. 


Many area residents have been receiving automated phone calls stating that their debit cards have been blocked, prompting them to press 1 and enter their 16 digit card number to unblock the card. 


Franklin County Sheriff's Office organizes sex offender compliance team


The Franklin County Sheriff's Office recently took great strides to insure that local, registered sex offenders are abiding by the law and are keeping their records updated.

The Franklin County Sheriff’s Office and members of the US Marshal’s Service from the St. Louis Office recently organized a team of investigators to check compliance of individuals in Franklin County who are listed on the Sex Offender Registration List.


St. James hands Shamrocks second straight loss 49-41

Smooth as butter:
Ross Seitter hit double figures for the second straight game, scoring 13 points against St. James.  Scoring 7 of his 13 points in the third quarter.

Power prices could rise again, on top of Ameren rate hike

By Johnny Kampis | Missouri Watchdog

ST. LOUIS — Customers of Ameren Missouri will be paying $120 a year more for electricity, and higher rates are on the horizon.

The Missouri Public Service Commission earlier this week OK’d Ameren’s rate increase that will hike residential bills an average of $10 a month.

But the PSC has yet to act on a proposal to create a separate rate class for low-income power customers, which could cause bills to increase even more for those not in that lower rate class.

OBITURARY: NEW HAVEN: Robert Francis Monzyk (October 1, 1918 - December 12, 2012)

Robert Francis Monzyk, 94, of New Haven, Mo., passed away on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at New Haven Care Center.


Mr. Monzyk was born in Washington, Missouri on October 1, 1918, the son of the late Theodore R. and Frances (Hoelscher) Monzyk.


Mr. Monzyk was the widower of Doris A. (Koch) Monzyk. They were married December 23, 1948 at Hermann, MO. She preceded him in death on October 7, 2007.


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High School Choir has brilliant performance at Christmas Concert

Pictured in back is Abby Klahn and in front Madison Johnson
Video of performance below.

Wednesday night’s Christmas Concert revealed some very talented vocal artist after New Haven High School’s Choir's jaw dropping performance.

The evening also included performances by the high school band along with the Middle School’s Band and Choir.

Rate hike for Ameren customers - Average $10 increase per month

Missouri News Horizon
If you’re an Ameren Missouri customer, your bill is about to go up. The Missouri Public Service Commission has granted the utility a 260-million dollar rate increase for Ameren’s electric customers.

That figures out to about ten dollars a month for an average residential customer.

QUICK THOUGHT: 12-12-12

By Kyle Quick
You wake up in the morning and bang the date is 12/12/12. December 12, 2012 has '12's in a row. Oh no, what do we do? Sounds like a good reason to call in sick for work.

There are plenty of people who have made their predictions based on this, that, and the other about what will happen or if will we all turn into some type of animal; maybe 12 different types. I took 12 minutes to search the web to find out why there is so much hype over today’s date.

St. James remains perfect sneaking past New Haven 41-38

Megan Shockley banks in two of her eight points.

New Haven, Mo. – St. James entered Monday night’s Four Rivers Conference season opener undefeated.

New Haven improved to 5-1 after knocking of South Callaway 50-29 last Thursday.

New Haven ended the first half with a one-point lead, 20-19, holding St. James to a season low for points scored in the first half.

However St. James eventually took advantage after forcing the Lady Rocks into a season high 24 turnovers to squeeze out their eighth win, keeping their perfect record intact, 41-38. The Lady Rocks out rebounded St. James with a season high 34 boards to St. James’s nine.

Two killed and one seriously injured in Clackamas Town Center Shooting

Portland, OR - According to the Clackamas County Sheriff’s office an adult male entered the Clackamas Town Center’s food court around 4:30 p.m. CST opening fire killing two people and leaving one victim with serious injuries.

The shooter apparently died as a result of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The suspect was an adult male.

Tax increases on middle class - the wealthy - budget cuts - Congress can't decide as "fiscal cliff" nears

By Johnny Kampis | Missouri Watchdog
ST. LOUIS — Tick tock goes the fiscal clock, and when the alarm sounds taxes will rise.

The nation will fall off the so-called “fiscal cliff” in less than three weeks unless Congress can reach an agreement on a combination of budget cuts and tax increases.

But as the days draw nearer to 2013, when Bush-era tax cuts expire and rates stand to go up, Missouri’s congressional delegation seems as divided on the issue as the rest of the nation.

“The clock is ticking, no question about that,” said Steve Walsh, Rep. Vicky Hartzler’s press secretary.

If nothing is done the average American family’s tax bill stands to go up between about $3,000 to $4,000, depending on which study you believe. The Heritage Foundation said the average Missourian would pay $2,634 more in taxes next year.

Navy Blue Angels to highlight return of Spirit of St. Louis Air Show coming 2014

Photo courtesy of Spirit of St. Louis Air Show
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 11, 2012 –Tuesday The Blue Angels, the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, will perform in St. Louis on May 3 & 4, 2014, the team recently announced.

The Blue Angels performances will headline the first air show to be held at Spirit of St. Louis Airport in Chesterfield since 2007.

Tim Strobel retires from coaching after 20 years ending the Strobel/Steinhoff dynasty

By Kyle Quick and Kaylin Bade: Download article

In 1992, Tim Strobel became the Junior Varsity boys’ basketball Coach and Assistant Varsity Coach, which turned out to be the missing link to the men’s basketball program and eventually formed the Steinhoff/ Strobel era.

Regardless of one’s opinion of Mr. Strobel it cannot be argued that he coached because of his love for New Haven High School and for the kids, while he refused to accept a single penny for coaching; instead he wanted his portion given to other coaches.

McCaskill's own party puts pressure on entitlement programs and Nations looming fiscal cliff

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Missouri News Horizon
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Missouri U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill is facing pressure from her own Democratic base as national leaders continue to search for a fix to the nation’s looming fiscal cliff.

On Friday, a group of Democratic organizations — including ASFCME, SEIU, and the National Educators Association — launched a new television ad in Missouri urging McCaskill to oppose “any cuts” to Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security.

Another Muscular Dystrophy Mystery Solved; MU Scientists Inch Closer to a Therapy for Patients‏

COLUMBIA, Mo. — Approximately 250,000 people in the United States suffer from muscular dystrophy, which occurs when damaged muscle tissue is replaced with fibrous, bony or fatty tissue and loses function.



Three years ago, University of Missouri scientists found a molecular compound that is vital to curing the disease, but they didn’t know how to make the compound bind to the muscle cells.

Montgomery County sneaks out of New Haven with big win 45-41

Pictured Montgomery's Cameron Parrish scored 11 points to help led his team to their third win on the year.

New Haven, Mo. – Winter Ball and a Friday night game Montgomery County knew they had their hands full not only playing at New Haven but coming in losing to the Shamrocks two weeks ago in the Montgomery County Tournament.

Despite injuries and foul trouble New Haven nearly pulled off another come from behind win but late in the fourth Montgomery County maintained their composer, sneaking away with a four point win, 45-41.

OBITURARY: NEW HAVEN: Gregory Martin Sheehan, Jr. (January 4, 1941 - December 5, 2012)

Update Dec 9
Gregory Martin Sheehan, Jr.
, 71, of New Haven, Missouri, passed away on Wednesday, December 5, 2012 at Mercy Hospital, Washington, Missouri.

Mr. Sheehan was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut on January 4, 1941, the son of the late Gregory Martin, Sr. and Mary Jane (Hassman) Sheehan.

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