The planned outage was one of largest in the nuclear plant's history
Ameren Missouri's Callaway Energy Center is back in service after finishing its 20th planned refueling and maintenance outage. During this outage, the plant replaced its original reactor vessel head that was installed when the plant first went online in 1984.
Ameren Missouri expects to complete construction by summer 2015
Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center is expecting to wrap up construction on its dry cask storage space by summer 2015. The dry cask storage, a structure that will be located on Ameren’s Callaway Energy Center campus, will help Ameren expand the life of the plant by giving it the space to store spent fuel assemblies through 2044.
Monsanto Co. said Wednesday it will pay nearly $2.4 million to settle a dispute with farmers in the Pacific Northwest over genetically modified wheat.
Owner Boyd Ware allegedly deceived investors with false claims of building facility in Fulton
A Centralia man who had previously sought help from the city to build a biodiesel plant in Fulton has been ordered to stop all business proceedings.
If the plant’s application is approved, it will extend the facility’s operating license to 2044.
Next month, Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center expects the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) to make a final decision on the nuclear plant’s application for a 20-year license renewal. If approved, the plant’s operating license would be extended to 2044.
The nuclear power plant started a planned refueling and maintenance outage on Oct. 11. Callaway Energy Center officials expect the plant to wrap up its maintenance projects and refueling later this month. Read about some of the work they are doing during the outage.
Plant will add 19 new monitoring wells after groundwater study of area where contaminated water was found in July
Callaway Energy Center will install 19 additional groundwater monitoring wells on plant property. This decision comes after a recommendation from GZA GeoEnvironmental. The nuclear facility asked GZA GeoEnvironmental to perform the groundwater study shortly after the plant found radioactive tritium and Cobalt-60, both byproducts of a nuclear reaction, in water in a ground water monitoring well on plant property.
Restaurant’s new health inspection clears it of prior violations
Read more about the restaurant's reopening and view the Oct. 29 inspection report as well as the restaurant’s initial Oct. 15 health inspection report — which listed violations.
Westminster College is seeking public comments about itself as part of the school’s periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency.
Starting this week, Ameren Missouri customers will receive a different monthly statement than they are used to. Customers will now receive a full page, monthly energy statement that will take the place of their traditional postcard bill.
The Callaway County United Way gave SERVE, Inc. a check last week to further help the 26 Holts Summit families who were displaced by the Oct. 3 Evergreen Apartments fire.
Fulton restaurant Dragon Kitchen should be open again for business soon. It closed after receiving poor marks on a Fulton health inspection last week. Read more about the violations and see the inspector's report.
Plant to replace its original reactor vessel head from 1984
Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center started a planned refueling and maintenance outage on Saturday, Oct. 11. Ameren customers’ service will not be affected by the planned outage, according to an Ameren press release.
Katy Anderson first started riding horses when she was five years old and said she always wanted to do something to help others enjoy horses as much as she has. She recently started a new business — Anderson Equestrian Center, LLC — that boards horses and teaches riding lessons.
Mark "Archie" Archambault decided to leave the Arris' franchise months ago, and with the help of his crew, has made the restaurant completely his own from the name change to "Archie's," to the items on the menu, to what is sported on the walls.