JEFFERSON CITY — North Callaway’s Reyna Schmauch and South Callaway’s Adrian Mann made a splash as sophomores in their debuts.
Second-ranked Falcons outscore Fulton 22-0 in fourth quarter
WARDSVILLE — The Fulton Hornets owned a 29-26 edge over the second-ranked Blair Oaks Falcons going into what was anticipated to be a dramatic fourth quarter in Friday night’s Class 3, District 6 championship.
Westminster clinches third straight trip to Division III national tournament
The Westminster College Blue Jays soccer team is starting to make this a habit.
Kathryn Blomenkamp scored an unassisted goal with 48.5 seconds left in regulation as fifth-seeded Lindenwood-Belleville (Ill.) jolted the No. 4 William Woods University Lady Owls soccer team 1-0 in the quarterfinals of the American Midwest Conference postseason tournament Friday night at Firley Field.
Restaurant shuts doors amid claims of financial stress
Winston’s Restaurant and Pub in Fulton officially closed its doors Sunday, Nov. 1.
Approximately 80 people attended the event and 10 people participated in the chili competition.
Qualifying individuals can receive help through the cold winter months and into March.
Police and MUSTANG Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at a Fulton residence Friday.
Fulton police made two arrests for active warrants Thursday and Friday.
Police arrested two Fulton women for endangering the welfare of a child.
District Championship Games
Here are final scores from Missouri high school football district championships.
Gov. Jay Nixon issued an executive order to close state offices.
Will face Webster in finals on Saturday
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The Westminster College Lady Blue Jays soccer team will get the chance to play for the SLIAC postseason tournament championship for just the second time in school history.
It will be a baker’s dozen for Callaway County at the 2015 MSHSAA boys’ and girls’ state cross country championships this weekend.
The Fulton Hornets got their rematch with the unbeaten Blair Oaks Falcons, but the stakes are much more significant this time.
Kaitlyn and Jeffrey Giboney decided to open a petting zoo across the road from their Miller Creek Ranch home.
A New Bloomfield will spend 18 years behind bars for multiple child sex crimes.
Nikkya Sapp and Allison Blansett had a difficult time convincing their peers to take a whiff of their science experiment.
Patrick McKenna will start Dec. 7.
Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon plans to appoint his policy director to serve as a circuit court judge in central Missouri.