The Lady Hornets were outscored by the Lady Tigers 13-4 in the third quarter of Tuesday night’s 54-43 North Central Missouri Conference loss at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium.
The Lady Blue Jays were victimized from behind the arc by the Lady Tigers as their season-high nine-game winning streak was snapped in Monday night’s 79-58 SLIAC loss on Henry Iba Court.
The host Blue Jays erased a 10-point halftime deficit, but couldn’t finish the rally in Monday night’s 63-55 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference loss to the Tigers on Henry Iba Court.
JCPS will again be running snow routes in Callaway County after school dismissal today and again tomorrow morning.
At the regular meeting of the New Bloomfield Board of Alderman Thursday, Feb. 12, the board voted to amend the 2015 budget, increasing the total revenue for the year.
Mid-Missouri saw its first big snowfall Feb. 16. Click to see photos of snow-covered Fulton from that day.
Fulton locks up District 2 title in impressive fashion
The state-ranked Fulton Hornets wrestling team will be stacked with strength in numbers, but head coach Eric Hudson cautions that it’s no guarantee. Still, Hudson has to like the odds when it comes to Fulton’s chances for a shot at the Class 2 state title.
The Missouri School for the Deaf Eagles were outscored 10-8 in overtime of their 53-51 loss to the Oklahoma Indians in the third-place game of the Great Plains School for the Deaf Tournament on Saturday.
The Lady Blue Jays shot just under 50 percent from the field in their 79-62 SLIAC win over the Lady Red Devils on Saturday.
The Lady Owls carried a 47-37 second-half scoring edge in their 80-65 American Midwest Conference triumph over the Lady Lynx on Saturday at Anderson Arena.
The Blue Jays fended off the Red Devils second-half surge to secure a 54-50 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference win on Saturday.
Senior forward Nate Bitner’s 19 points and seven rebounds paced the Owls in their 94-85 American Midwest Conference loss to the Lynx on Saturday at Anderson Arena.
After 15 years of trying, a Fulton woman puts her education first
The Callaway County HiSET prep program saw its first student pass the High School Equivalency Test in December. The program, still in its infancy, is having orientations this month and next for its next session of preparation classes.
Hearing raises concerns over if application requirements were met for proposed Callaway County hog farm
JEFFERSON CITY — A Missouri state commissioner will decide if the Missouri Department of Natural Resources properly issued an operating permit for a proposed 10,000-hog facility in Kingdom City. The topic was debated Monday during a hearing presided over by Commissioner Karen A. Winn, who must return a decision in March.
FACC, FADC, SMIC explore merger for better business development
For the past month, Callaway County’s three business-driven organizations have held discussions about re-forming as one entity. Representatives from the Fulton Area Chamber of Commerce (FACC), Fulton Area Development Corporation (FADC) and Show Me Innovation Center (SMIC) are exploring ways in which they can work together. Matt Gowin, president of the FACC, said the idea for collaboration and combination of forces has been in the rumor mill for years, but it’s been taken more seriously recently.
Fulton rolls to Class 2, District 2 team title
MEXICO — For the state-ranked Fulton Hornets wrestling team, it was a breeze.
The Fulton Hornets dug themselves out of a double-digit hole in the second half for the second time in as many outings.
Senior guard Troy Hentges eclipsed the 1,000-point barrier for his career in the Bulldogs’ 63-52 non-conference triumph over the Indians on Friday.
Senior forward Michael Pezold’s double-double powered the Thunderbirds to a 44-25 Eastern Missouri Conference rout of the Owls on Friday night.
Freshman point guard Adrian Mann’s 22 points led all players in the Lady Bulldogs' 53-41 non-conference triumph over the Lady Wolves on Saturday at Columbia College’s Southwell Complex.