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NHHS Josh Lindley Selected To 2015 Four Rivers Conference Band

Pictured in the back row is James Lindley playing the drums. (Photo courtesy of the New Have High School Music Department.)

NEW HAVEN, Mo. - New Haven High School Junior Josh Lindley, who plays the drums, joined other talented musicians from schools across the Four Rivers Conference (FRC) to receive this prestigious honor.

Each year the FRC band performs at two of the high schools in the conference and early this month on Jan. 10, they performed in front of students at St. James then at Sullivan High School.

UPDATED: Reported Abduction Turns Out To Be Made Up

UPDATED - 3:25 P.M.
- Sheriff Gary Toelke released a second statement in reference to the alleged kidnapping that had been reported early Monday morning. 

Toelke said that their investigation has revealed that the report was false.  There was difficulty obtaining video of the area where the kidnapping was reported and after reviewing the video neither the victim nor a suspect was observed.

Hermann Middle School Teachers And Staff Donate $385 To Hermann Fire Department

Pictured left to right: Presenting the check are secretary Marlene Kottmann and fourth grade teacher Rebecca Summers to Hermann Fire Department Chief David Schulte and the newest recruits to the department, Hermann High School seniors Blake Overkamp and Zach Speckhals. (Photo courtesy of Cheryl Schwartze)

HERMANN, Mo. - In the spirit of community and giving, the Hermann Middle School teachers and staff presented $385 to the Hermann Area Volunteer Fire Department.

Missouri Deer Season Ends With Harvest Of 260,552

Photo Courtesy Jim Low
The Missouri Department of Conservation reported that the total deer harvest for the 2014-2015 deer hunting season was 260,552, which is 7,978 more than the 252,574 deer checked during the previous year.

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri’s 2014-2015 deer-hunting closed Jan. 15 with the conclusion of the state’s archery season. The Missouri Department of Conservation reported that the total deer harvest for the current season was 260,552, which is 7,978 more than the 252,574 deer checked during the previous year.

Hunters checked 51,755 deer during the current archery season with top counties being Jefferson with 1,080, St. Louis with 1,063, and Franklin with 1,032. The harvest for the previous year’s deer archery season was 1,248 fewer at 50,507.

NH 5th Grade Girls Win Third Place At Salem

Pictured in the back row left to right: Emma Rohlfing, Lucy Hoener, Payton Sumpter, and Brooke Vedder, front row left to right: Miranda Yarbrough, Mackenzie Wilson and Brenna Langenberg. (Photo courtesy of Tracy Langenberg)

SALEM, Mo. - This past weekend New Haven’s 5th Grade Girls competed in the Salem Basketball Tournament, where they defeated Owensville 39-6 to win third place.

Anna May Menke (Dilthey) February 7, 1921 - January 17, 2015

Anna May Menke age 93 of New Haven  passed away Saturday , January 17, 2015 at the New Haven Care Center.

She was born February 7, 1921 at Berger, Mo., the daughter of the late Peter J. Dilthey and Alma C. (nee LaBoube) Dilthey.

Anna was the widow of Harry Menke . They were married on January 16, 1943 at St. John's Evangelical Church in Berger, Mo.

Rosemary Meyer August 14, 1931 - January 13, 2015

Rosemary Meyer,  83, of New Haven, passed away Tuesday, January 13, 2015 at New Haven Care Center, New Haven, Missouri.

Mrs. Meyer was born in Campbellton, Missouri on August 14, 1931, the daughter of the late Benjamin and Catherine (Koy) Bonnarens.

She was the widow of Raymond  L.  Meyer who passed away September 1, 1990. They were married April 14, 1951 at St. Ann's Church, Clover Bottom, MO.

Rosemary and her husband owned and operated a family dairy farm for 29 years, she was also a homemaker.