Board members, administrators discuss a new grant, 2014 fiscal year budget, greenhouse
Much of the discussion at the New Bloomfield Board of Education meeting Thursday was financially motivated.
Brinker scores 32, Ladybirds bounce Lady Bulldogs 51-42
North Callaway junior guard Elaine Brinker was “phenomenal” in the words of her coach Matt Miller, totaling a game-high 32 points and distributing five assists in the Ladybirds’ 51-42 victory over rival South Callaway on Thursday night.
Fulton in ninth place in Class 2 stadnings
Fulton head wrestling coach Eric Hudson made no attempt to mask his dismay. Mind you, five Hornets had just advanced to today’s quarterfinals and three others dodged elimination with victories in first-round wrestlebacks in Thursday’s opening round of the Class 2 state championships at Mizzou Arena.
Event to benefit university’s efforts with Lakota children
William Woods University’s Project 123 students are asking Callaway County “Kids Hoo Care” to attend a special day camp this weekend to benefit some of the poorest children in the country.
"I feel like I'm playing a giant game of Dungeons & Dragons," said William Woods University Behavioral and Social Science Chair Shawn Hull as he jotted down statistics on a pad of paper.
They may be children of the ’90s, but their connection with the late American folk musician Pete Seeger sparked a memorial in his honor.
Less than a day after a House budget committee voted to strip funding for Fulton State Hospital from the supplemental budget, Gov. Jay Nixon, lawmakers and Missourians rallied Wednesday at the Capitol for the expansion of mental health services in the state.
Ladybirds falter in fourth quarter, suffer first EMO setback
BOWLING GREEN — The North Callaway Ladybirds’ seemingly safe lead disappeared in a disastrous fourth quarter.
Hornets set to get down to Class 2 title pursuit
Josh McClure doesn’t mince words when assessing potential.
A 45 year old Holts Summit man was arrested Wednesday on child pornography charges.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon is criticizing House budget writers for not going along with his plan for constructing a new mental health facility at Fulton State Hospital.
A small group of Fulton High School students spent its Tuesday afternoon picking up trash, washing windows and sorting donations at SERVE, Inc.’s Clothes Cupboard.
The Callaway County Sheriff's Office has arrested four people in connection with a string of thefts and burglaries in the Holts Summit area.
Directors vote to donate ambulances to South Callaway Fire
The Callaway County Ambulance District Board of Directors spent much of its meeting Tuesday night looking at options for the future of the district’s main station.
Julie Roark, SERVE's Community Action Network directory, said 10,000 pounds of food could help SERVE get through its "lull."
Hornets tumble to Kirksville 63-56 in NCMC loss
Junior guard Ricky Dawson guided the Hornets with a game-high 22 points, but Fulton’s flat third quarter was their downfall in a 63-56 North Central Missouri Conference loss to the Kirksville Tigers on Tuesday night at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
A $100 ticket buys a dinner for two and a crack at some prizes this March, but for Fulton High School's graduating class of 2014, it could also mean one last time to hang out as a group.
Fans of Sir Winston Churchill will be able to pick an expert’s brain and rub shoulders with the statesman’s legacy in a more engaging way than ever before.
Fulton NAACP reflects on the acts of Martin Luther King Jr. and black history through its annual program.
Lady Owls remain unbeaten after pair of Top 25 victories
William Woods toppled No. 15 Oklahoma Baptist and No. 24 Friends University on Saturday to cap off its undefeated run at the Oklahoma Baptist Tournament. The Lady Owls bested Oklahoma Baptist 4-1 to close out the tournament and got past Friends 6-1 in the day’s first contest.