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T-Birds switching things up

New coordinators in place at North Callaway

In an effort to be more efficient, North Callaway Thunderbirds head football coach Kevin O’Neal is doing more delegating when it comes to reassigning duties among his assistants.

Druzenko last person to plead guilty in marriage frauds case

Druzenko will be sentenced later this year, along with three others who pleaded guilty this month.

Highway Patrol announces interactive crash data

The Missouri State Highway Patrol publicly announced an online version of its Safety Traffic Compendium last week.

Holts Summit Fire Board discusses 2016 finances

The Holts Summit Fire Protection District Board of Directors held a public hearing Wednesday evening at the Holts Summit Fire Protection District #1 to mainly discuss general operating revenue and general bond debt service.

Brick District business preparing for change

Fulton’s Brick District Association is working towards increasing business presence in city’s Brick District, but another business is closing its doors. Divine Shoes, which has been open in Fulton for two and a half years has seen a decline in sales, which has forced Owner Dana Johnson-Jennings to slash prices in preparation for closing her store.

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Fulton ULMA racer anticipates top 5 finish, Rookie of the Year award

Twenty-six-year-old Dustin Hodges never thought he’d cross victory lane when he started racing late dirt model cars this year for the United Late Model Association (ULMA).

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13th Judicial Circuit Court receives Permanency Award

Judge Zel Fischer of the Missouri Supreme Court presented a Permanency Award to Judge Leslie Schneider, who accepted it on behalf of the 13th Judicial Circuit Court, Tuesday. The ceremony was at the Callaway County Courthouse, which is where Schneider felt the award should stay.

Appeals court upholds Plunkett conviction

Three-judge panel rejects Plunkett's arguments that Callaway County Circuit Judge Gary Oxenhandler wrongly admitted financial records into the 2014 jury trial.

Bulldogs battle uncertainty at QB at jamboree

With the 2015 season opener looming, the South Callaway Bulldogs suddenly find themselves in a predicament with their quarterback situation.

Ambulance Board appoints new member, discusses July report

A new board member was appointed to the Callaway County Ambulance District’s Board of Directors Tuesday evening.

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New sandbox ready for Fulton Preschool

Fulton Preschool students will be playing in a box of sandy fun when school starts Aug. 27–28.

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Shooting jolts quiet afternoon in Fulton subdivision

Monday shooting in Fulton subdivision leaves one person injured; police arrest suspect. See online video with this report.

Hornets’ depth on full display in jamboree scrimmages

Fulton set to open season at home vs. School of Osage

Fulton Hornets head coach Pat Kelley was in unfamiliar territory entering Friday night’s jamboree scrimmages.

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Community comes together for families of Holts Summit teens

The Holts Summit community gathered together Saturday for a fundraiser to support the families of three teenage girls who were killed in a car accident on August 1.

13th Judicial Circuit Court to receive award

The 13th Judicial Circuit Court will be recognized Tuesday at 4 p.m. during an award ceremony at the Callaway County Courthouse.

Lower Missouri River flooding ends, focus shifts to repairs

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has declared an end to flooding problems on the lower Missouri River and is beginning to assess what repairs will be needed.

Westminster volleyball team adds trio of freshmen to roster

Westminster College head volleyball coach Curtis Madson has announced the addition of three freshmen — outside hitters Micha Frasher and Nikki Testerman, and defensive specialist Bridget Ringwald — to the Lady Blue Jays’ 2015 roster.

Westminster chosen fourth in UMAC football poll

The Westminster College Blue Jays football team is hoping to be better than middle of the pack.

Senior living development supported by Holts Summit aldermen

The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen approved a resolution of support Monday for MACO Development Company, LLC’s proposed development site to build a senior living community.

National security now college major at Westminster

Westminster College is adding a new major this upcoming academic term for students interested in pursuing a security-related career.

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