Fulton men plan to preserve barn, grow grapes for local wineries
Two local men plan to transform the historic rock barn previously on the Fulton State Hospital campus into a vineyard within the next couple years.
The Auxvasse Fire Department is hoping to make the town an entertainment hot spot yet again.
The sixth annual Fulton Triathlon has 30 participants and two teams so far and is looking for more entrants.
Callaway Electric Cooperative expects all its members to have power restored by nightfall at the latest.
A court hearing for the murder trial of Jake Gastler took place Monday morning.
Bernice Oliver combined her love of quilting with her late husband’s affinity for beekeeping to produce a new addition to her garage.
Funeral procession for veteran Gordon Groves draws large crowd to pay respects
Kingdom Telephone Company honored the late Gordon Groves in a funeral procession on July 2.
Hillary Fry and Mackenzie McDaniel won blue ribbons in all of their events for the Fulton Fins in their home meet July 2 at Oestreich Municipal Pool.
Fulton head football coach Pat Kelley and his staff of assistants will conduct the second session of their summer camp starting Monday, July 14.
Four Fulton men were arrested early Sunday after allegedly robbing an Auxvasse man in Fulton.
The Missouri Department of Transportation has revised its list of projects that would be funded by a proposed sales tax on the August ballot. Here is a look at a few of the projects that were added to the list:
The Missouri Department of Transportation has released cost estimates for more than 800 projects that would be funded by a sales tax on the August ballot.
We all know the adage: “Look before you leap.” Fulton and Callaway County residents should take heed.
As Callaway County transitions from a Class 1 to a Class 2 county, there’s one stipulation voters will need to agree on come August.
Fulton held its third annual Fourth of July parade downtown Friday, honoring Korean War veterans as they served as grand marshal for the parade.
The American Civil Liberties Union this week challenged Missouri lawmakers’ proposed constitutional amendment allowing early voting in the state.
The Auxvasse Police Department is trying to have a few more eyes on the street, but it won’t be uniformed officers.
Fulton-based Show Me Innovation Center gets $10K anonymous donation
Someone took the Show Me Innovation Center’s “Give 10 Get 10” campaign a step further.
A Georgia family will soon be in Fulton as a stop for its national tour to educate the public about cerebral palsy.
12-year-old Kaylee English helps organize 'Pink Out' swim meet to raise money for the American Cancer Society
Cancer is a disease that touches the lives of many people worldwide, affecting many through the difficulties it causes. One individual, 12-year-old Kaylee English, who was affected by the disease through the loss of her grandparents, took those struggles and turned them into a way to benefit others.