City of Fulton welcomes Liberian senator

City council discusses Holts Summit retail partnership

The Fulton City Council welcomed a special visitor at its Nov. 24 meeting.

December 1, 2015


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Monday night shooting sends victim to hospital

Search for suspect continues

One person was transported to a Columbia hospital after being assaulted with a gun in Fulton early Monday evening.

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Mexico man arrested after two high speed chases Saturday

A Mexico man was arrested Saturday for leading police on two vehicle high-speed chases through multiple counties.

Shooting woes cripple William Woods in 77-56 exhibition loss to Missouri State

SPRINGFIELD — The problem was simple for the William Woods University Owls.

Eight Fulton players earn media all-district football recognition

Seven players from South Callaway, five from North Callaway honored

Twenty Callaway County players — highlighted by eight from the Fulton Hornets in Class 3 — were named to the media’s 2015 Central Missouri all-district football teams announced this past week.

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A proactive approach on CWD

Conservation works to encourage testing for food safety

Currently, testing in Callaway County is voluntary and is being used solely to monitor the health of the local wild deer population.

FHS graduate Richmond to take command of training post

Ryon Richmond, a graduate of Fulton High School, will soon be taking on command of the 140 Regiment of the Regional Training Institute.

Callaway Singers plan new twist on seasonal songs

A new twist on traditional Christmas carols can be expected during the Callaway Singers “Old-Fashioned Christmas” concert in December.

Hornets open season by toppling Mexico in Gilmore's debut

MEXICO — Fulton senior guard Kalin Mitchell put up 20 points Tuesday night to guide the Hornets to a 68-54 North Central Missouri Conference victory over the rival Mexico Bulldogs in their season opener.

Kitchens' breakout effort fuels Wildcats' rout to launch season

NEW BLOOMFIELD — Sophomore forward Jak Kitchens erupted for a game-high 38 points as the New Bloomfield Wildcats demolished the Calvary Lutheran Lions 83-45 in Tuesday night’s season opener.

Totta, Lady Hornets roll past rival Mexico to start season

MEXICO — Fulton senior guard Sloane Totta produced a game-high 22 points Tuesday night as the Lady Hornets kicked off their season by throttling the North Central Missouri Conference rival Mexico Lady Bulldogs 52-36.

Craighead, Lady Wildcats hammer Calvary Lutheran in opener

NEW BLOOMFIELD — Sophomore guard Madi Craighead connected for a game-high 24 points, marked by four 3-pointers, to spark the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats’ 58-23, season-opening blitz of the Calvary Lutheran Lady Lions on Tuesday night.

Owls hold off Missouri Valley for third straight win

William Woods University junior guard Deon Pettigrew and senior guard Austin Lowery combined for 49 points to fuel the Owls’ third straight win in Tuesday night’s 85-79 non-conference triumph over the Missouri Valley College Vikings at Anderson Arena.

This Week in the SEC for Nov. 27-28, 2015

Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Friday and Saturday, Nov. 27-28, 2015.

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Governor’s tree goes timber in Fulton

A 19-foot spruce tree is making its way down to the governor’s mansion after being chopped down in a Fulton yard.