Seventeen people stand in a circle, some of them bouncing back and forth, some dancing in place, some just bracing for what is to come, all of them panting and sweating.
Retired teachers volunteer to help unemployed prepare for jobs
Since 2012, seven Callaway County women have been working to give local job hunters the keys to employment.
As of 6:30 Wednesday, the signal for the Columbia Fox station, KQFX, on DirecTV was turned on for the World Series game between the St. Louis Cardinals and Boston Red Sox.
SSM Health Care, the parent company of St. Mary’s Health Center (SMHC), is cutting jobs throughout its health system, but the company will not say where the layoffs will happen and how many jobs will be affected.
Outage caused by dislodged vent louver
The Callaway Energy Center resumed generating electricity Monday after a 23-day outage caused by an electrical fault in the plant’s main power line.
$3 million project would add up to 10 new jobs
The Fulton City Council approved a resolution “expressing the official intent of the city to issue its Industrial Development Revenue Bonds to finance an Industrial Development Project for Danuser Machine Company” during its regular meeting Tuesday night.
Owner: ‘I want to meet the community’s need’
Starting today, Fulton shoppers once more will have a local shoe store. The grand opening of Divine Shoes and Accessories, located at 527 Court St., kicks off with a ribbon cutting at 9:30 a.m. with donuts and coffee from Jamolee’s Donuts. There also will door prizes and coupons handed out throughout the day.
Jan. 30 is earliest date
Because Congress failed to act on fiscal cliff tax law revisions until early this month, the Internal Revenue Service has announced it won’t accept any federal income tax returns until Jan. 30 and an unspecified later time for more detailed tax returns.
A new beer created by Billy Busch, a member of the family that founded the Anheuser Busch brewery in St. Louis, will debut next month in Central Missouri.
Rate hike is fifth in last six years
MILLERSBURG — Bricks made of egg cartons, towers made of paper towel rolls, chandeliers made out of earrings, a doily as a rug; Sarah and Richard Klingbeil of Treasure Hill World of Dollhouse Miniatures can find a use for almost anything when they are putting together one of their creations.
Claudia Starr fell in love with Fulton and Callaway County when she moved here three years ago.
After nearly nine decades as a family-owned and run operation, Ovid Bell Press soon will fall under the umbrella of Walsworth Publishing.
Fulton shoppers now have more exotic fish, snacks, seasonings and soups available to put on their grocery lists.
After losing the major federal energy grant to help build a small modular nuclear reactor at the Callaway Energy Center, Westinghouse and Ameren Missouri plan to compete for another round of federal SMR grants.