Pictured in front row left to right: Jacob Engelbrecht, Clark Kent, John Liggett, and Andrew Lamke. Back row: Logan Senecal, Jacob Alvarez, August Panhorst, Matthew Otten, David Miller, and Hansi Bloch. (Photo courtesy of Tori Panhorst.)
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - This past weekend New Haven’s 6th Grade Boys Basketball Team were champions of the Hermann Tournament and improved to an impressive 14-4 on the year.
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Two blockbuster hits upcoming at the Walt Theater starting with Taken 3 (PG-13 - 1hr 52 min) this weekend (Jan. 30 - Feb.1) followed by the top movie of the year American Sniper (Rated R) coming to the Walt Feb. 6.
Tickets for all movies cost just $5. Enjoy great movies at a fraction of the cost of most theaters. (Showtimes, dates, and Official Trailer below)
COLUMBIA, Mo. – Considerable attention has been paid to how boys’ educational achievements in science and math compare to girls’ accomplishments in those areas, often leading to the assumption that boys outperform girls in these areas.
Now, using international data, researchers at the University of Missouri and the University of Glasgow in Glasgow, Scotland, have determined that girls outperform boys in educational achievement in 70 percent of the countries they studied—regardless of the level of gender, political, economic or social equality.
HERMANN, Mo. - The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) will be sponsoring a Hunter Education Skills session Friday February 13th from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.
The skills session will be held at the Hermann High School on Highway 100 West.
Class size will be limited to 45 students and are encouraged to register as soon as possible if they plan on attending. Online Registration is required and can be done by visiting MDC website www.mdc.mo.gov/node/23045.
(Photo courtesy of New Haven High School)
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - Mackenzy Vedder, daughter of Kent and Tina Vedder, of New Haven has been honored as New Haven High School's D.A.R. "Good Citizen" for the 2014-2015 school year.
This award, sponsored by the Valley of the Meramec Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, is given to a senior student, male or female, nominated by the faculty who best exemplifies outstanding qualities of leadership, dependability, service, and patriotism in their school, home, and community.
As you’ve no doubt noticed, your trips to the gas station have been a lot more pleasant these past several months. There’s not much doubt that low oil prices have been welcome to you as a driver. But when oil is cheap, is that good for you as an investor?
There’s no clear-cut answer. But consider the following effects of low oil prices:
Archery will be among the family activities offered at the Missouri Department of Conservation's Discover Nature – Families Hunting Skills Weekend workshop March 13–15 at Windermere Conference Center on Lake of the Ozarks. (Photo courtesy of MDC)
Learn basics of firearms, archery, and hunting during weekend at Windermere March 13–15.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) invites families to its first-ever Discover Nature – Families Hunting Skills Weekend workshop on March 13–15 at the Windermere Conference Center on Lake of the Ozarks.
Photo courtesy of New Haven High School.
NEW HAVEN, Mo. - The December Student of the Month is Senior Kyle Ruediger. Kyle is the son of Eric and Pam Ruediger. He is active in basketball, baseball, FBLA, FCA, and NHS.
One teacher remarked, “Kyle recently earned a place in the 1000 point club in the basketball program. This is a testament to his work ethic both in and out of the basketball season.
Pictured left to right are Dr. Robert Henson, Foundation Treasurer Ervin Elsenraat, Dr. Michael Mahoney and Hospital Administrator Dan McKinney. (Photo courtesy of HADH)
HERMANN, Mo – Doctors Robert Henson and Michael Mahoney presented checks valued at $5000 to Mr. Ervin Elsenraat, treasurer of the Hermann Area District Hospital Foundation.
The foundation, a 501(c)(3) organization, operates independently of the hospital and maintains its own board of directors that serve three-year staggered terms.
Watch the thrilling ending to Truman’s three-point win over William Jewell
By: Kevin White - Truman State Media Relations
KIRKSVILLE, Mo - The Truman Women Bulldogs snapped a three game skid in dramatic fashion thanks to senior guard Allie Norton draining a game-winning three-pointer to give her team a 61-58 win over William Jewell on Thursday night in the Pershing Arena. (Complete game story and box score below.)
Margaret Heinlein, 94, of New Haven, passed away on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at Hermann Area District Hospital.
Mrs. Heinlein was born in Berger, Missouri on June 19, 1920, the daughter of the late William and Katherine (Hoeman) Bredemeyer.
She was the widow of Earl Arnold Heinlein. They were married April 29, 1944 at Immanuel United Methodist Church, Senate Grove. Earl preceded her in death on March 30, 2005.
New program with Pole Position Raceway sparks a love of STEM in young girls. (Kathryn Kiefer of Girl Scouts of Eastern Missouri)
---“Girl Scouts, start your engines!” shouts a man standing on the side of a track. Teenage girls sit in high-powered electric go karts mere inches off the ground and grip the steering wheels of their vehicles. In their minds, the girls are preparing to compete against one another, zooming and zipping around the track. What they might not realize, however, is how the race they’re about to begin will help guide their future.