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Missouri School for the Deaf hosts Latin American cultural fair

Students from the Missouri School for the Deaf and six other schools from across Missouri took an educational trip to Central and South America on Tuesday during MSD's "Festival de Latinos."

Lions Club to host district convention Saturday in Callaway

The Lions Club District 26-M convention will be held Saturday, March 7 at the Callaway Christian Church in Fulton.

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Holts Summit aims to bring in more retail business

City considers seeking help of consulting firms

The City of Holts Summit has ben working to bring more businesses to the community. City Administrator Brian Crane explains why that is an important focus for the city, what efforts they have made and what's next.

Westminster men's tennis drops match to Doane

The Blue Jays notched a trio of singles wins in a 6-3 loss to the Tigers on Saturday.

No. 25 William Woods sweeps Calumet College

The No. 25 Owls toppled the Crimson Wave 5-3 on Saturday to complete a four-game sweep.

Westminster softball team blanked Washington University-St. Louis

The Lady Blue Jays were outhit 9-4 in a 7-0 loss to the Lady Bears on Saturday.

No. 19 Lady Owls tumble to Lindenwood-Belleville

The No. 19 Lady Owls finished their run at the National Fastpitch Coaches Association Leadoff Classic with a 4-2 loss to the Lady Lynx on Sunday afternoon.

William Woods men clipped by Missouri Baptist to close regular season

The Owls were outgained 16-4 in overtime in bowing to Spartans 80-68 in Saturday’s AMC regular-season finale.

Lady Owls roll past AMC foe Missouri Baptist in regular-season finale

Backed by a 36-14 halftime lead, the William Woods Lady Owls closed the regular season with 63-43 AMC rout of the Missouri Baptist Lady Spartans on Saturday afternoon.

Bulldogs can't stop Porter, top-ranked Tolton in District 8 title game

Father Tolton’s Michael Porter Jr. put on his normal spectacular show, while the South Callaway Bulldogs showed that they were not in awe of the No. 1-ranked Trailblazers.

Brandt, Fulton girls down Hannibal to open district play

The Lady Hornets’ torrid first quarter pushed them to a 59-33 Class 4, District 8 first-round win over the Lady Pirates on Monday at Kirksville High School.

Hornets outlast Hannibal in double OT of district opener

Fulton will play Mexico in Class 4, District 8 semifinals on Thursday

Two game-tying 3-pointers and two overtimes later, the Fulton Hornets punched their ticket to a Class 4, District 8 semifinal match with an all-too-familiar foe. The No. 3-seeded Hornets outscored the No. 6 Hannibal Pirates 19-8 in the second overtime to pull away with an 84-73 first-round triumph on Monday night.

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Famous Americans inspire South Callaway students

4th grade students dress, act in character to teach fellow students about famous Americans

South Callaway fourth grade students researched famous Americans. They dressed and acted in character to teach what they learned to parents, community members and fellow students. Click to view photos.

Bartley student receives national drawing contest award

Izzy Lowe receiv second place in the 2014 North American Young Generation in Nuclear drawing contest

Lowe received second place in the 2014 North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) National Drawing Contest. She used colored pencils, markers and crayons for her drawing of the CEC that was awarded second place.

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.

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