News for Sunday, September 9, 2012



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Rotary chili cookoff to feature restaurants, benefit charity

It’s almost impossible to predict the weather for the first week of fall in mid-Missouri, but Sept. 29 calls for a ‘chili’ forecast in Fulton.

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Speaker tells DAR history of art, culture preservation

The Daughters of the American Revolution are traditionally considered promoters of patriotism and history, but the Charity Stille Langstaff chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution received a history lesson Saturday on the importance the group has held for art and culture in Missouri.

SCHS to host country western fundraiser to buy new sound equipment

South Callaway High School’s theatre department is teaming up with an area entertainment company, Cruise King Entertainment, to put on a show and improve the school’s auditorium.

Faith Maternity Care to mark decade of service

Without the help of Faith Maternity Care, 23-year-old Sky says she and her 2-month-old son would be homeless and on their own.

Confrontation ends in arrest for Williamsburg man

A local man is in custody after a disturbance call ended in a brief confrontation with law enforcement Thursday morning.

Hornets soccer team takes second at Hannibal Tournament

The Fulton Hornets soccer team’s four-game winning streak was snapped in a 6-4 loss to the Southern Boone Eagles in the championship of the Hannibal Tournament on Saturday.

No. 10 Bulldogs start quick after long trip, bury Tigers

The state-ranked South Callaway Bulldogs weren’t fazed by a three-hour-plus bus ride to the northeast corner of the state and a matchup against an unfamiliar foe.

T-Birds take control in third quarter, gain first win

Momentum had one foot on the North Callaway Thunderbirds’ sideline and the other with the Fulton Hornets headed into the second half.