A Confederate flag rally run on Saturday started at the Fulton Walmart and ended at the Jefferson City Walmart at 724 W. Stadium Blvd.
Results of the Baby Contest at the Kingdom of Callaway County Fair
Left, Lily Scoggins holds her ribbon and first place trophy after winning the one year old division of the Baby Contest at the Kingdom of Callaway County Fair, Thursday, while (right) Mckenzie Durham cries while receiving first place in the 0–6 month division. Durham’s grandmother shouted in excitement when she was called for first place which scared Durham to tears.
Fulton Parks and Recreation Director Clay Caswell presented council members with the updated Parks and Recreation 10-year Master Plan during the city council’s Tuesday meeting.
The Fulton City Council meeting Tuesday dealt with several updates on existing projects and plans.
One of the Tuesday highlights at the Kingdom of Callaway County Fair was the kids tractor pull, which drew dozens of excited participants. Hundreds braved the scorching temperatures as the fair and carnival rides were up and running. The fair continues for the rest of the week. See daily schedule on page 2 in today’s edition.
A Jefferson City woman was shot in the upper chest after an altercation at a grocery store parking lot Monday afternoon.
As the 39th Kingdom of Callaway County Fair kicked off Monday for a week long run at the Callaway Fair Grounds in Fulton, an attraction returning for the first time in 20 years is the hot air balloon rides offered by Balloon Stormers.
The State Games of America attracts a variety of athletes to its multi-sport, Olympic-style event held biennially in different cities.
Jefferson City police responded to the Hy-Vee parking lot early this afternoon after a woman was shot.
Rain continues to fall making this summer the fourth wettest in Fulton history.
The Callaway Christian Church hosted a Back to School event Saturday to prepare Callaway County students for the upcoming school year. Donations made to SERVE were used to purchase the school supplies that were handed out during the event. It was also the Shoe Pantry's first year to be involved with the event and provide new or gently used shoes to families who may not have been able to afford them otherwise.
Nine-year-old grows massive cabbage as part of Bonnie Plants' Third Grade Cabbage Growing Program.
Two University of Missouri grads appointed to Fulton Sun
Central Christian Church hosted a Vacation Bible School for children of different age groups. Children were able to get outside and play sand volleyball, race each other in an inflatable obstacle course or fly down an inflatable water slide.
Westminster College welcomed an Oxford University student to campus July 23 to discuss his prize-winning essay that incorporated Sir Winston Churchill.
The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen is undergoing new municipal changes following the official June 30 resignation of former mayor Lucas Fitzpatrick. At the board’s meeting July 20, aldermen voted on a resolution to fill Fitzpatrick’s unexpired mayor term.
The Ameren Corp. nuclear power plant in central Missouri was shut down for the second time in eight months Thursday after a "non-emergency" leak was found in the reaction control system.
The Millersburg Short Stop Convenience Store made Champs Chicken available to locals Wednesday.
Retired Maj. Gen. Byron Bagby spoke to high school students attending the Westminster Institute for National Security (WINS) at Westminster College Tuesday morning.