Residents of Fulton Presbyterian Manor helped Ryan’s Case for Smiles by adding informational cards to pillow case bags Monday.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Sophomore Ste’Quan Scott passed for 246 yards and five touchdowns as the Missouri School for the Deaf Eagles football team easily vanquished the Tennessee School for the Deaf Vikings 48-2 for its fourth win in a row Saturday.
MONTGOMERY CITY — The No. 2 seed North Callaway Ladybirds softball team was limited to just one hit in falling to top-seeded Bowling Green 10-1 in the championship of the Eastern Missouri Conference postseason tournament Saturday night.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Junior starter Madison Love threw a two-hitter and struck out eight as the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats softball team ended the regular season by pounding the California Lady Pintos 12-2 in five innings Monday night.
CAMDENTON — Sophomore Mason Gaines finished third individually in 17 minutes, .14 seconds as the Fulton Hornets cross country team took second place overall in the small-school division at Saturday’s 11th-annual Laker 5K at Ha Ha Tonka State Park.
New Bloomfield sophomore will compete in Class 1 championships in Joplin next week
BOLIVAR — New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats head golf coach Aaron Murphy was left with conflicted emotions.
The National Fire Protection Association is partnering with national chain Domino’s and the Fulton Fire Department to provide some residents with a unique delivery experience while promoting fire safety this week.
Fulton makes Pirates homecoming victim in runaway triumph
Fulton head coach Pat Kelley didn’t really like the way his Hornets began each half of their homecoming clash with the Boonville Pirates.
Henry supplies decisive score with :06.4 remaining in game
CLARKSVILLE — The North Callaway Thunderbirds were futile on their first five attempts at fourth-down conversions.
South Callaway piles up 351 yards, nine TDs on ground
MONTGOMERY CITY — The South Callaway Bulldogs’ running game powered back up.
Bee mortality is an issue across the country, but there is yet a consensus as to the problem.
To the sounds of an Asian flute and gentle wateralls, Callaway County seniors practice the ancient martial arts form known as Tai Chi every Monday and Friday morning at the Callaway Senior Center.
Seven raptors were released back into the wild at Hatton-McCredie Elementary for the first time during the past week.
Mayor LeRoy Benton presents John Bell and Gayla Dunn with a check for the new Brick District Playhouse Friday. The check, which was written out for $5,062, was the generated from the annual Mayor’s Cup golf tournament. The plan is to use the playhouse as a venue for concerts, comedy acts and theatrical productions. A café will open in front at the beginning of October.
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AUXVASSE — The Bowling Green Lady Bobcats wrapped up the Eastern Missouri Conference championship with Thursday night’s 3-2 win over the North Callaway Ladybirds softball team.
Senior setter Kenzie Shaw recorded 15 assists Thursday night to help steer the Fulton Lady Hornets volleyball team to a 25-17, 25-12 North Central Missouri Conference win at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
With South Callaway’s running game seeing more defenses crowd the line of scrimmage, Bulldogs head coach Zack Hess expects more of the same.
The Fulton Hornets didn’t need to review the entirety of their first loss of the season.
For North Callaway head coach Kevin O’Neal, it is paramount the Thunderbirds get more punch out of their possessions.