Williams looks back on decades-long career
Reading teacher Linda Williams is getting ready to close the book on her 32-year career at McIntire Elementary School in Fulton.
This weekend’s iCan bike-a-thon has been postponed until summer, according to organizer Nancy Hanson.
A state appeals court ruled Tuesday that Cole County Circuit Judge Jon Beetem correctly dismissed a lawsuit challenging a state requirement for municipal courts to collect a $3 fee for the sheriff’s retirement fund.
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission will conduct a baseline inspection at the Callaway nuclear power plant’s Unit 1 from June 13-July 1, according to a letter from the commission that was forwarded to the Fulton Sun.
Three men charged in last month’s shooting where shots hit a Jefferson City school bus containing children have been indicted by the Cole County Grand Jury.
The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen will have a special meeting at 7 p.m. today.
Hornets then bow to Fatima in semis
The Fulton Hornets found the offensive production they needed to make up for their defensive lapses.
Junior David Houlding locked up individual honors with a 2-under 214 (74-67-73) to guide the third-ranked William Woods University Owls to their third straight American Midwest Conference men’s golf title Tuesday at Dalhousie Golf Course.
Senior catcher Derek Shikles hit a three-run home run in the top of the seventh inning to rally the Wildcats to the dramatic Show-Me Conference win over the Indians on Monday night.
The state-ranked Bulldogs managed only five hits and were roughed up by the Wildcats in Monday night’s non-conference loss.
The Hornets ended the regular season with a 9-10 record after Tuesday night’s non-conference loss to the Crusaders at the high school athletic complex.
Junior Gannon Withers advanced to sectionals for the Wildcats by tying for fourth place with an 11-over 83 at the Class 1, District 2 championships Monday at Redfield Golf Course.
A Columbia man was convicted in federal court Tuesday of his role in a conspiracy to distribute heroin in Columbia through his supplier in Jefferson City.
Missouri Supreme Court judges have ruled against what some called a tax loophole for doughnut holes.
The Legislature is poised to tighten Missouri's voter ID requirements, but lawmakers see the issue as far from settled.
Missouri lawmakers have approved the creation of a commission to review the University of Missouri System's policies and administrative structure.
The Missouri Legislature has voted to override the governor and block a wage hike for home-care attendants.
Kingdom Feed Service still open for business
A fire late Sunday afternoon at Kingdom Feed Service damaged the front feed room and spoiled its contents, according to business owner Ed Wilsmeyer.
'Elvis impersonator' to film video in Fulton
Dan G. Smith has the white jumpsuit, the tour bus, the ambition — almost everything that Elvis ever had.
Early back up causes about 15-minute delay for commuters
Commuters apparently heeded the advice of state transportation officials and law enforcement in adjusting their travel times and being patient with the start of rehab work on the westbound Missouri River Bridge.