The institution went on lockdown Friday after an offender assaulted two correctional officers
Two officers "sustained minor to moderate injuries" after an assault Friday evening. Both officers are now in good condition and the incident in under investigation.
William Woods University hosts dressage show in stress-free environment
William Woods University hosted its annual Completely Relaxed Spring Schooling Dressage Show on Saturday. The event draws participation from William Woods students, graduates and dressage enthusiasts from outside Callaway County lines.
Confederate and Union reenactors and historians gave library patrons a blast from the past on Saturday.
A local woman is hosting a donation drive for a Williamsburg family that recently lost its home and belongings in a fire on Tuesday.
Fulton High School continued a 30-year tradition as it celebrated Academic Week this week. Academic Week was started in March 1986 by former principal Joe Aull, former superintendent Dennis Lea and the school board as a way to recognize and reward students who achieved a cumulative GPA of 3.75 or higher for three semesters or longer.
The William Woods Owls pitching staff turned in a pair of strong outings to open their slate of American Midwest Conference games.
Former New Bloomfield coach led Wildcats to six state titles, died March 6
With Rod Haley involved, Tony Phillips never had any doubt.
The Callaway County Commission and County Clerk Denise Hubbard met with sales associates from Springfield-based Elkins-Swyers Company to learn about options for new voting machines.
Westminster College President Barney Forsythe announced Wednesday the joint decision between the college and the Sigma Chi International Headquarters (SCIH) to indefinitely suspend the Delta Tau chapter of Sigma Chi after new evidence surfaced of offensive comments posted on a private Sigma Chi Facebook page.
Shelly Farnan and Joshua Castillo decided to do something to help educate the health care community the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) issues a little more than two years ago. Both were the speakers for the Fulton State Hospital’s Cultural Competence Committee Community Conversation Tuesday and Wednesday. Read about what they had to say.
Parents express concerns over communication, district involvement
Since the start of the school year, Fulton School Board meetings have featured ongoing progress reports from the Fulton Middle School Improvement Team.
A Williamsburg man was arrested in Boone County Wednesday night after being involved in a vehicular chase with law enforcement there.
IRVING, Texas — The No. 1 William Woods University men's golf team amassed a 17-over par 585 team total (304-281) in taking second place at the NAIA Contender at the TPC on Tuesday.
The William Woods University Lady Owls basketball team will face fifth-ranked Bethel (Tennessee) University next week in the first round of the 35th-annual NAIA Division I women’s national tournament.
Westminster College, Sigma Chi International Chapter extend Delta Tau chapter suspension indefinitely
Westminster College President Barney Forsythe announced earlier today that the college and the Sigma Chi International Fraternity both have extended its Delta Tau chapter suspension indefinitely after more information recently surfaced.
Williamsburg — A family was displaced from their home Tuesday after a late morning fire engulfed their residence at 5521 State Road D.
Lady Owls senior guard Blake French picked up a second consecutive all-American Midwest Conference second-team selection on Monday.
The 19th-ranked Lady Owls have now won four of their last five games after sweeping the Lady Wildcats in a doubleheader on Tuesday at Backer Sports Complex.
The No. 25 William Woods Owls opened their home schedule in style by continuing their recent surge. The Owls registered their seventh straight win by disposing of the Culver-Stockton Wildcats 4-2 on Tuesday afternoon at Backer Sports Complex.
Mayor LeRoy Benton proposes sidewalk improvement funding, council approves suggestion
The Fulton City Council read for the first time an ordinance which would authorize the $4 million lease-purchase agreement between the city and three area banks — The Callaway Bank, Central Bank and Bank Star One — to fund the city’s new warehouse facility.