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OBITUARY: Washington: Glennon A. Sander (October 29, 1947 - March 24, 2013)

Glennon A. Sander, age 66, of Washington, passed away on Sunday, March 24, 2013 at Mercy Hospital in Washington.

Glen was born to the late Albert and Veronica (nee Glosemeyer) Sander at St. Francis Hospital in Washington on October 29, 1946.

He grew up in Concord Hill and married Maureen Weiskopf at St. Francis Borgia Catholic Church on October 30, 1965.

He was an avid sports fan, and loved to watch any kind of game, especially with his grandchildren. When the grandkids were old enough to play in leagues, he loved going to the games and sometimes even coached.

REO Speadwagon Returns to Washington Town and Country Fair

Photos by Kyle Quick from 2012 concert.

Washington, Mo. - Thousands exploded when REO Speedwagon took stage on Saturday at last year's  Washington Town and Country Fair when severe storms exploded leaving fans running for cover.

Go crazy and get ready to “ride out the storm” this year because REO Speedwagon will be back.

Kelsey Pecaut named Youth Citizen of the Year

Pictured left is New Haven High School Principal Tim Strobel with Kelsey Pecaut after presenting her the Youth Citizen of the Year Award.

New Haven, Mo. – Throughout Kelsey Pecaut’s high school career she has exemplified New Haven’s “Tradition of Excellence”.  Her involvement in sports, extracurricular activates, and community services are just a few examples that demonstrate the exceptional person she has become.

Thursday night at the annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet, New Haven High School Principal Tim Strobel presented Peacut with the Youth Citizen of the Year Award on behalf of New Haven’s Chamber of Commerce.

DNA shows hunter-shot canine from October to be wandering wolf

Photo Courtesy Missouri Department of Conservation

HOWARD COUNTY, Mo – Last fall, a hunter in Howard County shot what has been recently confirmed by the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) to be a wolf.

According to MDC Resource Scientist and Furbearer Biologist Jeff Beringer, tissue samples from the 81-pound male animal, mistaken as a coyote by the hunter, were sent to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) for genetic testing.

Snow continues to hammer New Haven and surrounding areas

Photo taken by Jeff Bowers looking west from Pratts Health Mart Pharmacy.

UPDATED:
7:00 p.m. - Snowfall amounts from around the area.

Snow continues to fall at a rapid pace, dropping 2” in the past 90 minutes, giving New Haven a total amount of 9”.  Gusty winds are creating near whiteout conditions as the tail end of the storm begins passing through the area.   Also expect large snow drifts as it will remain windy threw the evening hours.  More photos below.

Meteorologist Neville Miller’s (with the ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Team) forecast for Franklin and Gasconade counties has been right inline with his predictions.

Two Tractor-Trailers Overturn leaving I-44 closed for over three hours

4:15 p.m. - I-44 has been reopened.

2:23 p.m. - I-44 Eastbound has been reopened however the westbound lane remains closed.

1:00 p.m. Interstate 44 is closed in both directions between Highway 50 (St. Clair) and Highway 100 West Grey Summit.

The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDot) does not expect I-44 to reopen anytime soon.  At 12 p.m. their estimated time of closure was four hours.

QUICK THOUGHT: Could you live with knowing that if you would have stayed home, a first responder would not be dead

By Kyle Quick

No matter what plans you had for today there is nothing more valuable than someone’s life.  Six hours of staying home is better than a lifetime knowing you were the cause of a first responder being killed. We do not mean to sound harsh but these are not things people take into consideration.

We spoke briefly with Franklin County and since snow began falling they have received hundreds of 911 calls, the vast majority of them are drivers who have slid off the road and were uninjured.

After working as a paramedic for 10 years there is one thing people tend to forget when it snows is that people still have heart attacks or a strokes just like any other day.  

QuickNewsNow Winter Storm Coverage

9:45 a.m. - Live report from the parking lot of Pratts Health Mart Pharmacy.

The best thing you can do is stay home.  The only reason we went out was for you so you could see what the conditions are like. 

Follow us on Twitter @Quick_News_Now #qnn and Facebook for continues updates from across Mid-Missouri.

Send us your photos and current weather condtions where you live as well as snowfall amounts.

Who is going to build us the biggest snowman?

Stay tuned throughout the day for complete team coverage you will only find on QuickNewsNow.com

Steinhoff named All Conference All State For Second Straight Year

Photo by Quick News contributor Megan Bauer.

By Kyle Quick

Rachel Steinhoff posted career high numbers this past season, earning First Team All Conference for the second straight year as well as being a unanimous selection.

Thursday the Missouri Basketball Coaches Association also voted Steinhoff for the second straight year to the Class 2 All-State Team.  Steinhoff was listed second behind player of the year, Carrie Shepherd from South Pemiscot.

One other notable, St. Elizabeth’s junior guard Savannah Stiles was voted to the Class 1 All-State Team, who is the daughter of New Haven’s Edward Jones agent Jim Stiles.

Forecast updated for Winter Storm - 7 to 10 inches expected

Graphic courtesy of ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Team.

Meteorologist Neville Miller with the ABC 17 Stormtrack Weather Team has updated his forecast for East Central Missouri (Franklin/Gasconade area) as the storm has strengthed, causing the National Weather Service to issue a **Winter Storm Warning**.

Snowfall amounts for the area have been updated, calling for a total of 7 to 10 inces.  Below is Neville Miller's updated forecast as of Saturday at 4:30 p.m.

Fire investigators discover two children and one adult deceased after mobile home fire

Union, Mo - Franklin County and State Fire Investigators discovered the bodies of two children and one adult female following a mobile home fire in Union overnight. 

Currently, there is no known cause of the fire.

According to the Union Police Department, Union PD responded to 456 Independence Lot #1 at approximately 10:37 p.m. in reference to a mobile home fire.

Confirmation Class spear heads food drive - 1,200 items collected

Pictured left to right: Lucy Roth, Brooke Reed, Ellie Scheer, Nichole Zeitzmann, Celesse Smedley, Peter Maurice, (Instructor) Noah Addison, Colter Wilson, Bobby Pruessner, and Zack Vedder.

New Haven, Mo. - The 2013 confirmation class recently sponsored a food drive at The Parish School of Religion in New Haven.

Through a collective effort from all students who attend PSR, they were able to collect over 1,200 items.

Debit - Credit Card Breach at Major Merchant affects PSB Customers

To all PSB Debit Card Customers,

There has been a recent breach of debit/credit cards that occurred at a major merchant. PSB has been provided a list of our Debit Card customers whose Debit Card may have been compromised. We are contacting those affected customers and re-issuing new Debit Cards to those who are impacted.

You may receive a phone call from one of our PSB employees informing you of the event, or they may have left you a message asking you to return the call.

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