After finishing a business agenda that included approval and adoption of the 2014 budget, South Ward Alderman Mike Bertschinger resigned his position with the Board of Aldermen Wednesday night before the remaining members voted to hire him as the new City Supervisor.
The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Fulton man on Monday following a U.S. Grand Jury indictment.
New span to be constructed while Westminster College out for summer
When Westminster College students return for studies next August, they’ll still take the same route to get to classes and Priest Field, but they’ll have an all-new way to walk there.
Two Fulton churches gathered parishioners to carol at assisted living facilities to spread Christmas cheer.
The United Way of Central Missouri announced Wednesday that Congress has appropriated funds for the extension of the Emergency Food and Shelter Program (EFSP) for what’s called “Phase 31.”
ELDON — Eldon’s Chris Hulsey and Josh Jones combined for 51 points and the Mustangs made 35-of-46 free throws in toppling the Fulton Hornets 75-62 on Tuesday night.
As Katherine O’Neal continues to recover from the burns and other injuries she suffered in a traffic accident last week, a fund has been created at Jefferson Bank of Missouri to help the family.
A day after the Fulton City Council approved a resolution in support of funding for a new psychiatric facility at Fulton State Hospital, the Kingdom of Callaway Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors did the same, according to a press release from the Chamber of Commerce.
A water main break Tuesday night has put about a dozen homes in Fulton on a precautionary boil order until 2 a.m. Friday.
The Fulton Council approved a contract with a new city gravedigger Tuesday — barely.
The Fulton City Council unanimously voiced support for Gov. Jay Nixon’s proposal to appropriate funding in the 2015 budget for the Fulton State Hospital Tuesday.
Westminster College is giving the United Way of Callaway County a slightly bigger boost than expected this year.
With the help of new technology, the Callaway County Ambulance District hopes to make patient transportation safer.
The Fulton Lady Hornets never quite got out of the gates. The Eldon Lady Mustangs didn’t have such an issue. Fulton fell behind 20-4 after one quarter and never recovered in being roughed up by Eldon 58-28 on Tuesday night. The Lady Hornets — who have now lost three straight after opening the season 2-0 — went into halftime down 37-13 and trailed 55-21 at the start of the fourth quarter. “Once again, it was a slow start,” Fulton head coach TJ Quick said. “We came out flat and they had 10 points off the bat, and we let outside things bother us. “We have to learn to play our game and not let other things distract us.” Sophomore guard Sloane Totta guided the Lady Hornets with nine points. Sara Rhine led Eldon with a game-high 27 points. Fulton opens North Central Missouri Conference play at home against Kirksville at 6 p.m. Thursday at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium. There will not be a junior varsity game. “We just want to come out and play well,” Quick said. “… I don’t care if we win or lose, we just want to get back to playing Hornet basketball and we have between now and Thursday to figure it out.”
Fulton emergency workers quickly put out a garage fire after the a cigarette ignited gasoline, Fulton Assistant Fire Chief Kevin Coffelt said.
More time allows Energy Center to build safer, more cost-effective alternative
In an effort to build a better, more cost-effective solution on an element of safety mandates from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), the Callaway Energy Center has secured a partial extension on their upgrade schedule.
Top-seeded North Callaway ramped up the defensive effort on its way to repeating as Centralia Tournament champions. Senior guard Jaida Gray supplied a game-high 27 points and the Ladybirds limited the No. 2 seeded Boonville Lady Pirates to 13 second-half points as North Callaway cruised to a 57-39 win in the Centralia Tournament championship game on Saturday evening.
About two inches of snow blanketed the Fulton area Friday night and Saturday morning
Check out photos from the winter storm here.
Holts Summit resident holds annual Christmas giveaway
Connie Cashion of Holts Summit and her volunteers packed the John C. Harris Community Center in Fulton on Saturday with winter clothes, kitchen supplies, toys and much more — all for the taking.
A Callaway County man is dead after a home fire late Thursday night. Robert Walker, 37, died from smoke inhiliation while trying to escape his residence at 2952 Ben Oaks Drive near Millersburg, according to Lt. Clay Chism, investigator with the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office.