William Woods University play explores 'How the Other Half Loves'

One love affair causes havoc between three couples in the William Woods University production of "How the Other Half Loves."

February 26, 2015

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Lady Hornets pull away from Mexico in overtime

MEXICO — Once it appeared the momentum was there for the taking, the Fulton Lady Hornets didn’t hesitate in riding it all the way to a dramatic overtime victory.

Hornets succumb to Mexico's grind

Fulton completes regular season with NCMC loss

MEXICO — When asked to pinpoint what went awry during his team’s loss to the rival Mexico Bulldogs to end the regular season, Fulton Hornets head coach Ryan Shaw kept coming back to one word.

Lady Wildcats fall prey to Pace, Tipton

New Bloomfield's season ends in District 8 title loss

RUSSELLVILLE — When senior forward Ashley Kelley flipped in the jumper in the lane, the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats could see their chance coming into view.

Fulton Sun e-Newspaper open to all

Due to current weather conditions today, we are offering up our entire March 1st and 2nd, 2015 newspaper to everyone for free. The News Tribune is unable to guarantee on-time paper delivery or re-delivery. Our carriers will be back on schedule as weather allows. Please call 636-3131 with any questions. The link is http://www.newstribune.com/e-newspaper/ To access the e-Newspaper go to the link above and flip through the entire newspaper. Normally, this requires a subscription and password to access, but today we are making an exception. You can view the entire week of news by clicking on the paper's day you want to read. Simply click on the day you want to read and that paper will appear. You can also read the newspaper in entirety on your phone or tablet. Just go to the app store and search for Jefferson City Newspaper, download and enjoy. Our apps are free to download and try out. They are also free to continue to use for our full time subscribers. Again, we encourage you to give it a try and let us know what you have to say. Thank you, The News Tribune

Community officials hear project timeline for new Fulton State Hospital facilities

Work and construction of the new Fulton State Hospital campus will begin this spring. The project’s architectural design firm met with community officials Thursday afternoon to show them what construction will look like and what possible effects it will have on the surrounding area before work begins.

Westminster College to host bone marrow donor drive

Effort becomes personal this year for one professor

Four Westminster College student groups, in conjunction with Delete Blood Cancer, will be hosting a bone marrow donor drive March 3-5.

New Bloomfield Proposition KIDS election committee elects leadership, strategizes

Committee to promote passage of $2 million no-tax-increase bond issue on April’s ballot

The New Bloomfield Proposition KIDS election committee elected leadership and began to strategize the best ways disseminate information to New Bloomfield voters about the $2 million no-tax-increase bond issue on April's ballot. If passed, the bond issue will fund facility repairs.

As tax deadlines near, IRS reminds filers of free direct pay tool

The IRS is also reminding filers about the new IRS direct pay tool, which allows taxpayers to quickly and efficiently pay taxes they owe.

Westminster women's season ends in SLIAC tourney loss to Eureka

The No. 2 seed Lady Blue Jays’ season ended Thursday night when they were ousted by the No. 3 Lady Red Devils 71-58 in the semifinals of the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference postseason tournament.

William Woods women complete season sweep of Columbia College

The Lady Owls, fueled by free throws, logged their fifth straight win by outscoring the Lady Cougars 44-31 in the second half to rally for the 66-59 AMC victory Thursday night.

South Callaway boys throttle California in District 8 semifinals

The third-seeded Bulldogs stunned the state-ranked, No. 2 seed Pintos by outscoring them 22-2 in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s 60-34 triumph in the Class 3, District 8 semifinals.

Champion Hornets place nine wrestlers on all-NCMC squad

The Fulton Hornets wrestling team procured the North Central Missouri Conference title with a perfect 6-0 mark, and its dominance was reflected on the 2014-15 all-conference squad. Led by its trio of junior state champions — Josh McClure (138 pounds), Zach Benner (195) and Trenton Clines (145) — Fulton occupied the first-team spots in eight of the 14 weight classes.

Christensen carries Hornets in NCMC win over Hannibal

Fulton Hornets head coach Ryan Shaw believed the Hannibal Pirates featured the best post player in the North Central Missouri Conference in junior forward Dylan Powell. However, with the Pirates visiting the Hornets on Thursday night, Powell wasn’t even the best big man on the floor. That distinction went to Hornets senior forward Sam Christensen.

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Police call death of Missouri auditor an ‘apparent suicide’

Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, who had recently launched a Republican campaign for governor, fatally shot himself Thursday in what police described as an “apparent suicide,” minutes after inviting reporters to his suburban St. Louis home for an interview.

Missouri Department of Agriculture taking photo contest submissions

Annual Focus on Missouri Agriculture photo contest kicks off

The Missouri Department of Agriculture is now taking entries for its annual Focus on Missouri Agriculture photo contest. For the contest, which runs through June 15, the department is asking Missourians to send in unique stories and images of agriculture through photographs.