Fulton residents may have heard an emergency siren Wednesday night, but there was no cause for alarm — just the Fulton State Hospital experiencing technical difficulties.
Westminster College students are inviting area children and their families onto campus for a little bit of Spring fun at their annual Community Carnival this Sunday.
Supporters of the Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence gathered Tuesday night to celebrate 20 years of the organization’s existence.
Gaines wins 3,200, Hornets take second at Bowling Green meet
Junior Grant Gaines provided Fulton with its only victory by prevailing in the 3,200 meters, but it was enough to help spur the Hornets to a second-place team finish at the Bowling Green Mini Medal meet Tuesday. In the girls’ division, seniors Hayley Tobias and Madison Washington, and sophomore Madi Tobias each won events as Fulton came in third overall. Gaines triumphed in the 3,200 in 10 minutes, 57 seconds. He was part of Fulton’s 3,200 relay — along with freshman Tanner Steffen, sophomore Luke Lohmeyer and junior Ian Shoemaker — that took third in 9:51.
Polls closed at 7 p.m. to elect school board members in Fulton, North Callaway, South Callaway and New Bloomfield school districts. Additionally, Fulton residents were asked about a bond issue and South Callaway Fire District wanted to increase its board. Lake Mykee Board of Trustees also held a contested race. Here are the results, being updated throughout the evening as they are available. See Wednesday's edition for the full story.
Judge rules write-in alderman hopeful owes city utility payments, ineligible for office
Jerry Wilkerson, the Auxvasse man who hoped to land on the Board of Aldermen there by write-in vote, was found ineligible for office by 13th Circuit Judge Gary Oxenhandler due to unpaid utility fees in a special hearing 10 a.m. today at the Callaway County Courthouse.
After about an hour and a half of deliberation, Judge Gary Oxenhandler has retired to his chambers to render a decision on Jerry Wilkerson's eligibility as a write-in candidate for the Auxvasse Board of Aldermen.
Michael Frame offers counterpoints to Peter Kinder, who visited Fulton school last week
Days after Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder’s Right-to-Work presentation at Westminster College, State Rep. Michael Frame visited the school to provide perspective from the other end of the political spectrum.
German-born brothers reunited after 60-year separation
After six decades of separation, two brothers’ journeys for their biological families ended Monday.
A Jefferson City man was arrested in the Mark Twain National Forest west of Fulton on a number of drug and stealing charges Saturday.
Voters in southern Callaway County will be asked to help bolster the South Callaway Fire Protection District board today.
Echelmeier, Hornets top Marshall 6-3
Fulton senior pitcher Tyler Echelmeier kept his team in the game with his arm, then used his bat to assure his team its fifth-straight victory. Echelmeier drove in the game-winning run in the fifth inning as the Hornets topped the Marshall Owls 6-3 in North Central Missouri Conference play on Monday night at the high school athletic complex.
Blue Jays' offense erupts in SLIAC wins over Eureka
EUREKA, Ill. — The Westminster offense kicked it into high gear and closed out its St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference series against the Red Devils in style. The Blue Jays pounded out 15 hits as they blasted Eureka 15-2 in seven innings to close out the conference set on Sunday. Westminster (11-6, 5-4) split a doubleheader with the Red Devils on Saturday, prevailing in the nightcap 16-5 while dropping the opening game 4-3.
Jefferson City police issued an endangered person advisory Sunday night for a two-year-old child.
Jefferson City police issued an endangered person advisory Sunday night for a two-year old child.
Candidates — despite pending eligibility — respond to questions prepared by the Fulton Sun in light of Tuesday's election.
Board of Aldermen hopeful Jerry Wilkerson has been disqualified, but he has not given up hope.
We live in tornado alley, but sometimes it can feel like we’re on the side street next to the alley. The sirens sound, the TV meteorologists tell us to take cover, then nothing happens.
As kind words and praise continued for Sherri Griffin, founder of Millersburg Preschool, on Saturday during the preschool’s 30th anniversary celebration, she couldn’t hold back the tears.
Missouri Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder put forth a bleak picture of Missouri's economy if Right-to-Work legislation doesn't pass during a recent visit to Westminster College. A Democratic representative will present opposition on the subject at the college Monday.