Harlie Ray Warren (November 12, 1934 - September 1, 2014)

Mr. Harlie Ray Warren, 79, of New Haven, Missouri passed away Monday, September 1st, 2014 at his residence.

Mr. Warren was born in Olive Branch, Illinois on November 12, 1934, the son of the late Howard and Orpha (Bedwell) Warren.

He was the husband of Boyce Cheri (Tate) Warren, they were married on April 16, 1976 in St. Louis, Missouri.

He worked as a Pipefitter at Union Electric/AmerenUE for over 17 years.

UPDATED: New Haven Balloon Race Little Mr. and Miss Pageant - Download Entry Form

NEW HAVEN, Mo - The Little Mr. and Miss Pageant will be held on September 27 at the New Haven Balloon Race.

All children ages 3 to 7 in all areas of the New Haven and R-II School Districts are eligible.

The interviews will begin at 3:30pm and the on-stage portion of the pageant will begin at 5:30pm.

Franklin County Bomb Squad Responds To Londell School For Suspicious Package

UPDATED:1:05 P.M.
Londell, Mo.
- This morning Franklin County Sheriff Gary Toelke released a statement regarding to their response for a report of a suspicious package at the Londell School.

Sheriff Toelke said that at approximately 8:00 AM this morning Franklin County Deputies responded to the Lonedell School in reference to a suspicious package on the school parking-lot.

What's Smarter -Paying Off Debts or Investing?

By Jim Stiles, Edward Jones Financial Advisor in New Haven, Mo.
573-237-4834

It probably doesn’t happen as much as you’d like, but from time to time, you have some extra disposable income. When this happens, how should you use the funds? Assuming you have adequate emergency savings — typically, three to six months’ worth of living expenses — should you pay off debts, or fund your IRA or another investment account?

There’s no one “correct” answer — and the priority of these options may change, depending on your financial goals. However, your first step may be to consider what type of debt you’re thinking of paying down with your extra money. For example, if you have a consumer loan that charges a high rate of interest — and you can’t deduct the interest payments from your taxes — you might conclude that it’s a good idea to get rid of this loan as quickly as possible.

Gasconade County Sheriff Releases New Information Into Death Of Kenneth Oberg

STONY HILL, Mo. - In at statement from Gasconade County Sheriff Randy Esphorst further details were released following Monday’s autopsy of Kenneth Oberg who was found deceased in a wooded area near the Stony Hill Gun Club last Thursday.

Sheriff Esphorst said in the statement that the cause of death was not immediately determined and an autopsy was performed on the deceased on Monday morning, August 25 at the University Hospital in Columbia.

Preliminary results of the autopsy indicated that there were no signs of foul play.  Toxicology results were not immediately available.

Walt Theater Reopens With Three Showings Of Into The Storm

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - After a new state of the art-high tech projector was recently installed the Walt Theater in downtown New Haven, Mo. will once again open their doors with three showings of “Into the Storm” beginning this Friday. (Showtimes and dates along with admission pricing below.)

Into the Storm (rated PG-13) is about Storm trackers, thrill-seekers, and everyday townspeople document an unprecedented onslaught of tornadoes touching down in the town of Silverton.

Local Firefighters Take ALS Ice Bucket Challenge To New Extreme

By Kyle Quick

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Local firefighters, Jared Cotton, Brian Obermark, Blake Redecker, and Randy Krull, with the New Haven/Berger Fire Department took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to a whole new extreme by combining 40 pounds of ice and 2,100 galloons of water, unloading it on themselves in less than 50 seconds.

Two Arrested After Stealing Jewelry From Home Neat St. Clair

ST. CLAIR, MO - On Friday August 22 at approximately 1:15 p.m., Franklin County Communications received a call of a burglary in progress in the 1000 block of Roller Road near St. Clair, Mo.

The resident had arrived home and observed a vehicle leaving her driveway.  She confronted the subjects who gave a false story.  As they drove past the home owner, she noticed her jewelry chest in the back seat.  She immediately called the Sheriff’s Office.

Kenneth "Arch" Oberg (January 2, 1956 - August 21, 2014)

Kenneth "Arch" Oberg, 58, of Stony Hill, Missouri, passed away on Thursday, August 21, 2014 at Stony Hill, Missouri.

Mr. Oberg was born in Washington, Missouri on January 2, 1956, the son of the late Archie T. and Marian (Niedergerke) Oberg.

Kenneth was a member of St. James U.C.C., Stony Hill, Missouri and the Stony Hill Fire Dept.

He first worked for Ashley's. After that he worked for Multiplex in Fenton for approximately 15 years. He then went to work for GDX in New Haven. He loved to dear hunt and was a very happy, go lucky, friendly guy.

Gasconade County Sheriff’s Department Investigating Deceased Body Found Near Stony Hill Gun Club

UPDATED: Mon. Aug 25
STONY HILL, Mo
. - Click here to read statement released Tuesday afternoon following Monday's autopsy.

QuickNewsNow spoke briefly with Captain Chuck Howard who said that they expect to release a statement regarding possible cause of death sometime on Tuesday.

(Published Friday Aug. 22)
--This evening QuickNewsNow spoke with Captain Chuck Howard of the Gasconade County Sheriff’s Department about their investigation into the deceased body that was found Thursday night in the Stony Hill area.

Operation Roadhouse - Colorado Man Pleads Guilty To Illegally Trafficking In Paddlefish

Photo courtesy of MDC.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Tammy Dickinson, United States Attorney for the Western District of Missouri, announced today that a Colorado man has pleaded guilty in federal court to illegally trafficking in paddlefish caviar after being caught in an undercover operation in the Warsaw, Mo., area.

During March and April 2011, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Missouri Department of Conservation conducted a covert investigation, “Operation Roadhouse,” centered on an area known as the Roadhouse in Warsaw. As part of the covert operation, state and federal officers operated a paddlefish snagging business. Covert officers also sold paddlefish to people who were interested in buying them.

New Haven Superintendent Releases Statement On How The District Is Handling Extreme Heat

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - This morning New Haven Superintendent Kyle Kruse released a statement in response to questions his office has received about how the district plans to handle the high temperatures and why there are currently no plans to dismiss school due to the heat.

Kruse said, “As you know, even with our project to install air conditioning in the middle school and high school buildings, there is still one wing that doesn't have air conditioning.  That will change within the next 45-60 days, as we expect additional HVAC units to arrive next week and to be installed soon after.

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