Two Fulton residents admitted to stealing scrap metal from the Fulton Water Department, according to a Fulton Police Department press release.
The Moore’s Mill Battlefield in Calwood is one step closer to being listed on the National Register of Historic Places after the Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation unanimously voted for nomination Friday.
The Missouri Department of Agriculture awarded the New Bloomfield R-III school district’s FFA chapter a $500 Building Our American Communities grant. The FFA chapter will use the money to help fund the next phase of its nature trail project.
William Woods University will host a demonstration by the World Bird Sanctuary at 2 p.m. on Feb. 25 in Cutlip Auditorium.
Local senior citizens will showcase their art work at Fulton Presbyterian Manor’s “Art is Ageless” exhibition Feb. 25-27.
Knights of Columbus to serve hot meals throughout Lent
Knights of Columbus hosted its first fish fry of the 2015 Lenten season. Click for photos and for information on the group's next fish fry.
William Woods University will host a Winter Fun Horse Show Feb. 27-March 2 in the UPHA arena.
A second-quarter slump tripped up the North Callaway Thunderbirds in their regular-season finale.
Sophomore center Kennedy Volkart led all players with 12 points and eight rebounds in the Lady Owls’ 67-39 American Midwest Conference triumph over the Lady Eutectics on Thursday night.
Paced by sophomore guard Alec Mulvihill’s career-high 27 points, the Owls put away the Eutectics for a 71-57 American Midwest Conference win on Thursday night.
Lady Owls senior Madeline Emme earned her third straight bid to the NAIA Indoor National Championships thanks to her performance at the University of Central Missouri Classic on Friday.
The Lady Owls allowed four unanswered runs in their 8-4 loss to Mid-America Christian University (Okla.) Lady Evangels on Friday. William Woods (1-3) began the day with a 12-0 six-inning loss to University of Science and Arts (Okla.) Drovers.
COLUMBIA — For these three Fulton juniors, one gets his chance at a rare repeat, the second gets his opportunity to rectify and the other gets his first experience.
South Callaway students in seventh and ninth grade hosted an exhibition of their history projects, which focused on the Holocaust and genocide, at the middle school on Thursday. Click to see photos from their exhibit.
Callaway County deputies and investigators arrested Shane Vandelicht, 23, of Fulton on Friday for multiple felony offenses, which include five counts of stealing a motor vehicle, four counts of felony stealing, felony driving while revoked and felony resisting arrest.
Superintendent shares preliminary budget details with school board
The New Bloomfield Proposition KIDS (Keep Improving District Schools) election committee will meet for the first time on Monday. The committee will work to inform the community about the $2 million no-tax-increase bond issue, which the school board voted to put on April’s ballot to fund facility repairs in the district.
Fulton leads tight team battle with 31.5 points
The Fulton Hornets profited from their previous presence at the state wrestling championships, and that has them sitting at the front of the pack in Class 2. Fulton — sparked by a skilled group of juniors who are state veterans — moved nine of its 12 qualifiers into this morning’s Class 2 quarterfinals as the 85th MSHSAA Wrestling Championships got underway Thursday at Mizzou Arena.
The North Callaway Ladybirds are entering district play on the right kind of wave. The Ladybirds closed out the regular season with its ninth straight win, a 47-35 Eastern Missouri Conference triumph over the Bowling Green Lady Bobcats on Thursday.
Junior guard Grant Nichols poured in a game-high 26 points as the Wildcats closed the regular season with an 82-54 SMC rout of the Hornets on Thursday.
The Lady Hornets snapped a two-game losing skid with their 45-28 North Central Missouri Conference victory over the Lady Pirates on Thursday night.