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Ameren, Noranda now working together

Missouri customers could see jump in electric rates

Noranda Aluminum’s bankruptcy filing last week likely means higher electric rates for Ameren Missouri’s customers throughout central and eastern Missouri.

LGBT advocates push for non-discrimination act

Missouri is one of 28 states that do not include lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals within their non-discrimination policies. For the second consecutive year, a state Democratic senator is trying to change that.

Be cautious about college scholarship search services

By now, many high school seniors have finished their college applications and are waiting for results. It’s time to start thinking about how a family or individual is going to pay for it.

Tips for working with cleaning services

Tips from Better Business Bureau

Coming home to a clean house is a pleasure that’s worth paying for, especially if you work or have a very busy life. But there are risks when you hire a cleaning service.

Missouri business groups divided on LGBT-discrimination ban

Missouri businesses are divided over a proposed ban on discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, with some companies during a Wednesday hearing backing the measure as needed to recruit top candidates and some powerful business groups countering it could lead to more lawsuits.

Tips for tax season

Tips from Better Business Bureau

The tax filing deadline isn’t until April 15, but consumers who expect a refund often rush to file their taxes as soon as they get a W-2 form from their employers.

Growth of firm leads to project in Holts Summit

Pro Food Systems recently celebrated a company milestone and will undergo changes in the upcoming year.

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New shop champions local products, investing in youth

A new meat shop in Fulton is gaining popularity throughout Callaway County for its emphasis on preserving community roots and supporting local farmers, according to one of the store owners.

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Kingdom City hotel creates a Victorian parlor for holiday visitors

Guests at Super 8 in Kingdom City will be celebrating Christmas in Victorian style.

Fulton council advances economic deal with Holts Summit

The Fulton City Council adopted two resolutions at Tuesday’s meeting that aim to improve the city’s economic development by attracting potential retail investors and retaining downtown businesses.

Sears boosting Make-A-Wish

A local department store chain is trying to brighten the holidays for children with life-threatening medical conditions.

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Business advice, freebies abound at Holts Summit showcase

Cassie and Melisa Stone have been running Mimi’s Sweet Treats, the sole bakery in Holts Summit, out of a basement for four months. Soon they will be making changes to serve a new list of customers following the first Holts Summit Community Betterment Assocation’s Showcase Saturday.

New automotive shop brings variety of services to Fulton

Stacy’s Complete Car Care held its ribbon-cutting ceremony on Nov. 25.

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City of Fulton welcomes Liberian senator

City council discusses Holts Summit retail partnership

The Fulton City Council welcomed a special visitor at its Nov. 24 meeting.

Fulton ranch owners open petting zoo across from home

Kaitlyn and Jeffrey Giboney decided to open a petting zoo across the road from their Miller Creek Ranch home.

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