The New Haven/Berger Fire Protection District would like to remind everyone to change batteries in their smoke detectors this weekend as we spring forward.
Submitted by Jim Stiles
Edward Jones Financial Advisor
If you’re a “Gen-Xer,” born between 1965 and 1980, you’ve still got many years to go until you retire. At this stage of your life, what can you do to help build resources for the retirement lifestyle you’ve envisioned?
Besides having time on your side, you’ve got another key advantage in saving for retirement — specifically, you probably haven’t reached your peak earning years. This helps you in at least two ways. First, of course, it means you should be able to increase your retirement savings in the future. And second, it might mean you’re still eligible to contribute to one of the most effective retirement accounts available — the Roth IRA.
Hermann, Mo. - Peoples Savings Bank is announcing the Peoples Savings Bank Scholarship Awards Program.
Under the Program, four (4) $1,000 scholarships will be awarded to seniors attending a high school in the cities of Hermann, Montgomery City, New Haven, and Francis Howell High School. Children attending schools meeting the criteria are eligible to apply.
Fans already begin filling the Mizzou Arean at 3:30 p.m.
SAN DIEGO - Tri-Union Seafoods LLC, which previously announced a voluntary recall, is now expanding it to include a limited amount of Chicken of the Sea brand 5-ounce chunk light tuna in oil.
This is in addition to the limited amount of Chicken of the Sea brand 5-ounce chunk white albacore tuna in water announced March 6, 2013.
The seams on the lids of the cans do not meet the standard for seam quality.
Cans that do not meet seam standards could result in product contamination by spoilage organisms or by pathogens, which could lead to illness if consumed.
Chamois' starting five played all but one minute in Thursday night's game, which has been the same all season long. Most of the time playing all 32 minutes.
Columbia, Mo. – The purple storm will be more like a hurricane Saturday night after Chamois stomped Mercer 62-39 in Thursday’s Class 1 semifinal.
Chamois had four girls score in double figures but it was the young sophomore Page Nolte who played the game of her life; pulling down a game high 15 rebounds and scoring 16 points. Nolte’s counter part Miranda Brandt had a game high 23 points and 14 rebounds.
The lean mean sea of green. Live postgame interview with Rachel Steinhoff
The sea of green rocked the Hearnes Center while New Haven shattered Marceline’s 15-game winning streak, advancing into the Class 2 State Championship
The picturesque field of Shamrocks brought back memories of when New Haven rocked it at the Hearnes Center in 1997, 99, 98, 2001, 2002 during championship play. This year’s win against Marceline gives the Lady Shamrocks another shot at their unfinished business after finishing second behind Harrisburg last year.
Shamrock Fans, Readers, and Sponsors,
Quick News Now would like to apologize for the technical difficulties we experienced during yesterday’s broadcast.
All wireless internet was down across the entire University of Missouri campus. In addition, cell phone service declined as a significant number of fans arrived inside the Hearnes Center.
Rest assured, we plan to bring you Saturday’s broadcast without issues, as we have been promised by MSHSAA that there will be no problems, and Quick News ran broadcast and technical tests last night
The Mizzou Arena is newer than the Hearnes Center and the University has dedicated internet access to Press Only.
The Washington Chamber of Commerce has released a Check Fraud Alert. The account has been closed, however checks are circulating in the area.
Businesses and individuals are advised not to accept checks meeting the following description.
Chamois Head Coach Marty Gerloff and standout senior Miranda Brandt hug after realizing they are one step closer of making a dream come true.
Photo by Kyle Quick
Columbia, Mo. – The Chamois Lady Pirates continue making school history after defeating Mercer 62-39, holding them to just nine second half points. Prior to tip off all the talk was about Mercer’s Sierra Michaelis and her 31 pts/gm but afterwards in the press conference it was Chamois and Miranda Brandt who had everyone’s attention.