Photo by Kyle Quick of Hunter Hayes at the Gasconade County Fair.
ST. LOUIS, Mo – (November 19, 2014) Earlier this afternoon it was announced that out of respect for Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon's declaration declaring a state of emergency in Missouri, Hunter Hayes’ Thursday, November 20 show at Chaifetz Arena in St. Louis has been cancelled.
Tickets will be reimbursed at the point of purchase.
Mark Laune tagged this 10-pointer Saturday morning. (Photo courtesy of Mark Laune)
Top harvest counties were Franklin, Howell, and Callaway.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reports that hunters checked 91,460 deer during the opening weekend of the 2014 November Portion of Firearms Deer Season this past weekend.
Top harvest counties for the opening weekend were Franklin with 1,839 deer checked, Howell with 1,793, and Callaway with 1,791.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Gov. Jay Nixon today signed an executive order activating the Missouri National Guard to support law enforcement during any period of unrest that might occur following the grand jury’s decision concerning the investigation into the death of Michael Brown. The Governor said the Guard will provide support for law enforcement’s objectives of maintaining safety and protecting constitutional rights.
Quick News would like to wish everyone a safe and successful hunt. (First published on 11/11/12)
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Try my recipes tonight with your fresh harvest!
Recipe from Kaylin's Kitchen
2 Tbsp. vegetable oil
1 deer heart
1 yellow onion, sliced into rings
Salt, pepper, and garlic salt to taste
UNION, Mo. - East Central College in Union will hold International Education Week activities Monday-Friday, November 17-21.
Leigh Kolb, ECC English and journalism instructor, noted that International Education Week is an avenue for ECC students, faculty and staff to invite community members to campus so everyone can become more aware of and better understand cultural similarities and differences that make up the world at large.
“We encourage community members to come to campus to participate in any of the free cultural or educational events that we have scheduled,” said Kolb.
All events are free. See schedule of events below.
As the temperature drops, deer are more active. The Missouri Department of Conservation encourages drivers to be alert for deer along roadways. (Photo courtesy of MDC - By: Noppadol Paothong)
COLUMBIA, Mo. — There are many strategies to deal with cold weather. For people, it could be sitting by a fire with a hot beverage. But for animals, such as deer, it is being more active. The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) urges drivers to use caution and to be alert for deer along roadways, especially in suburban areas.
According to MDC Wildlife Regional Supervisor John George, deer are less active in warm weather because they do not need to eat as much to maintain their body temperature. When there is a sudden drop in temperature, deer will start to move around more in search of food.
Photo courtesy of New Haven High School Katie Borcherding.
Below is a video produced by NHHS TV/Video class from this year’s Veterans Day breakfast at New Haven High School.
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - The New Haven High School TV/ Video class requests the assistance of New Haven area WWII Veterans in the production of a WWII video memoir that the class is producing.
Group and individual interviews will be conducted on Thursday, December 4, 2014 from 9:30am-11:30am in the New Haven High School Library.
-- On Sunday a tragic fire destroyed a St. Clair family’s home as they lost everything except for the clothes they were wearing when they safely escaped; in fact one of the four children had only a pair of shorts on.
St. Clair and surrounding communities are coming together to help out the mom and dad and their four children by asking for anyone who can help.
Currently the family is staying at a hotel until they can find another home and start rebuilding their lives and memories. (Below is information on sizes of clothes as well as where items can be dropped off at.)
Stock photo courtesy of Gov's office.
State and local law enforcement agencies will operate as a unified command; “Violence will not be tolerated,” Gov. Nixon says"
WELDON SPRING, Mo. – More than 1,000 law enforcement officers have received additional training to protect the public in advance of the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown case, Gov. Jay Nixon announced today.
Veterans Day was created to honor and pay respect to all the men and women that have served our nation.
The holiday was originally called "Armistice Day" and was first celebrated Nov. 11, 1919 on the first anniversary of the end of World War I.
Photo of Katie Peirick courtesy of New Haven High School.
The October Student of the Month is Senior Katie Peirick. Katie is the daughter of Nancy and Terry Peirick. She is active in volleyball, is the FBLA treasurer, NHS treasurer, and the FCA president.
Pictured left to right: Coach John Tucker, Jon Stone, Kyle Brumels, Keven McDowell, Dylan Goodwin, Dominick Pataky, Cole Lensing, and Nathan Ford.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. - Saturday in the Class 1 State Cross Country meet, New Haven’s boys team became the first boys team in school history to ever win a state final four trophy.
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NEW HAVEN, Mo. - There are are collection baskets and boxes located at Sav-A-Lot and Seitter's where you can drop off your donations.
When you are doing your shopping simply purchase a few extra items to help those that are less fortunate.
Items that the New Haven food pantry are in desperate need of include:
JEFFERSON CITY, MO – The Missouri Department of Labor announces the state minimum wage rate for 2015 has been established, according to state law, at $7.65, effective January 1.
All businesses are required to pay at minimum, the $7.65 hourly rate, except retail and service businesses whose annual gross sales are less than $500,000.