Every Memorial Day for the past 14 years, Fulton State Hospital takes a day to commemorate the loss of clients and staff members and to appreciate the military service of the staff and their immediate family.
Adjusting to college life can be hard, but for international students who are also adjusting to a new culture while thousands of miles away from their loved ones, the task might be outright daunting.
Branneky chosen conference newcomer of year, Hughes picked as top coach
The Westminster College Blue Jays were taken out again by the Spalding (Ky.) University Golden Eagles, this time for good. No. 2 seed Westminster was unable to survive four errors, leading to four unearned runs, and the Blue Jays were eliminated by No. 3 Spalding 7-2 on Friday night in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference postseason baseball tournament at Glik Park.
Two weeks ago, the Moberly Spartans shocked the Fulton Hornets with a two-out, go-ahead grand slam in the first round of the Fulton Tournament. That setback stayed with Hornet players and coaches. “It was in our head, but you obviously can’t think about it too much,” junior Dalton Horstmeier said. “We remember that we kind of had it locked up and they came back and got us.”
William Woods softball coach Tracy Gastineau compiled a tough schedule to test her team. Add in some dismal weather this spring, and the Lady Owls certainly began this season with a challenge. “I think they always knew that they could do it and they could compete with anybody,” Gastineau said. “But saying that and seeing on paper that they’re not can be a little bit discouraging.”
NEW BLOOMFIELD — Once the New Bloomfield Wildcats got themselves settled at the plate, the New Haven Shamrocks were sunk.
WARDSVILLE — The South Callaway Bulldogs didn’t have any difficulty getting their bearings for an early wake-up call.
The Fulton Hornets clinched a district tennis triple crown.
Take responsibility and don’t blame others, graduating seniors at Westminster College in Fulton were urged Saturday by the president of the nation’s largest home building firm.
A soldier from Callaway County who died in an accident in Kuwait will receive a military funeral this weekend. Spc. Charles P. McClure, of New Bloomfield, died May 2 in Camp Buehring in Kuwait.
Alma Schmid of Portland, Mo. just passed a major milestone: she turned 100 years old on April 18.
After a quarter century as a North Callaway educator, one of the district’s longest standing Thunderbird is ready to leave her roost.
Rely on doubles play to rally past Kirksville
Louis Schnoebelen was still giddy, turning somewhat philosophical in comparing the glow to the gloom.
The South Callaway Bulldogs pounded out a season-high 15 hits in dispatching the New Bloomfield Wildcats in a 10-1 romp in Show-Me Conference play Wednesday night.
The Missouri House has passed a $1.2 billion bonding initiative that would finance construction and repairs at public buildings across the state.
Preparations to implement an online registration system are nearly complete for the Fulton Public School District.
Before it’s even started, the Callaway County Youth Expo has a new home.
The featured speaker to the 2013 graduating class at Westminster College in Fulton Saturday will be Don Tomnitz, president and CEO of D.R. Horton, Inc., of Dallas, America’s largest home construction firm.
During the recent income tax filing season, 11 Callaway County retired volunteer tax preparers collected more than $700,000 in refunds for 463 Callaway County senior citizens.
Boonville’s Cali McAreavy tallied the game’s only goal with 6 minutes to go in the first half, lifting the Lady Pirates to a 1-0 North Central Missouri Conference triumph over the Fulton Lady Hornets soccer team Wednesday night at the high school athletic complex.