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Lady Hornets volleyball team downs NCMC foe Kirksville

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.

Prep Football: South Callaway expects Wildcats to key on Bulldogs’ ground attack

With South Callaway’s running game seeing more defenses crowd the line of scrimmage, Bulldogs head coach Zack Hess expects more of the same.

Prep Football: Off first loss of the season, Fulton set to host Boonville

The Fulton Hornets didn’t need to review the entirety of their first loss of the season.

Prep Football: North Callaway heading to Clopton/Elsberry

For North Callaway head coach Kevin O’Neal, it is paramount the Thunderbirds get more punch out of their possessions.

YMCA classes on Saturday will also help SERVE, Inc.

The YMCA of Callaway County is offering free Y-Fit classes Saturday morning and encouraging attendees to bring items that will be collected for SERVE, Inc.

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Community groups pool efforts to help CARDV

The Fulton Rotary Club offered a helping hand to the Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence as October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

Women in Agriculture set for conference Nov. 6

“During the research we did with the 2010 census, we recognized that there is a higher number of female managers and owner/operators in the agriculture business than we historically thought,” said Marcia Shannon.

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Council considers taxes, but none for raises

The Fulton City Council meeting Tuesday evening addressed implementing new city taxes for parks & recreation, storm water, and capital public safety.

Three persons arrested in Holts Summit drug bust

Three were arrested in Holts Summit following a narcotics-related search warrant Tuesday.

Early season rains dampen farmer market sales

Due to heavy, early season rains, regulars to the Fulton Farmers’ Market may have noticed a drop in produce availability this year. The result, in turn, is that growers are seeing a loss in profits.

Council questions fire chief, decry negativity

Following the comments from firefighter supporters at Tuesday’s city council meeting, the tension inside the council chambers continued to intensify.

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Seniors join to celebrate Active Aging Week events

Several assisted living residents from homes in Boone and Callaway Counties joined Churchill Terrace residents in Fulton Tuesday to celebrate Active Aging Week.

Cybersecurity audit planned at 5 Missouri school districts

State Auditor Nicole Galloway announced the launch of five cybersecurity audits in various Missouri school districts Wednesday.

This Week in the SEC for Oct. 3, 2015

Here's a preview of SEC football games scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015.

Lady Eagles volleyball team swept by Linn

LINN — Junior Avalon Saxton tallied six service points in the Missouri School for the Deaf Lady Eagles volleyball team's 25-4, 25-16 and 25-14 loss to the Linn Lady Wildcats on Monday night.

North Callaway’s Schmauch takes title at Elsberry Invite

ELSBERRY — Sophomore Reyna Schmauch easily captured the girls’ individual championship for the North Callaway Ladybirds cross country team, prevailing by 34 seconds with her winning time of 22 minutes, 00.43 seconds at the Elsberry Invitational on Monday.

Lady Hornets softball team bows at Moberly

MOBERLY — The Fulton Lady Hornets softball team was limited to five hits in its 5-1 North Central Missouri Conference loss to the Moberly Lady Spartans on Monday night.

Lady Bulldogs softball team shut out in SMC loss to Fatima

MOKANE — The South Callaway Lady Bulldogs softball team was shut out on five hits in Tuesday night’s 9-0 Show-Me Conference loss to the defending Class 2 state champion Fatima Lady Comets.

Ladybirds softball team topples Mark Twain in EMO play

AUXVASSE — Senior second baseman Karlie Popp had two hits, drove in a run and scored twice in the North Callaway Ladybirds softball team's 9-2 Eastern Missouri Conference victory over the Mark Twain Lady Tigers on Tuesday night.

Lady Hornets volleyball team tallies NCMC win at Marshall

MARSHALL — Fulton sophomore outside hitter Kate Pani finished with six kills as the Lady Hornets volleyball team upended Marshall in a 25-20, 25-12 North Central Missouri Conference triumph Tuesday night.

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