Missouri Coalition for the Environment filed an appeal to the NRC's decision to grant the Callaway Energy Center a license extension
Missouri Coalition for the Environment (MCE) filed an appeal to Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center’s license extension, which the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) granted last month. Click for an updated story and to view the documents related to the appeal.
Dollar General is opening a location in New Bloomfield. The discount retailer will begin construction this spring Excavation, weather permitting, will begin on the building currently located on the property this Friday. The 9,000 square-foot store is set to open at the end of September 2015.
Callaway Fields in Auxvasse opened its doors 10 years ago. John Graham purchased the property and the Callaway Fields greenhouse opened for business on April 1, 2005. Read more about the business and its history.
Rooster Creek regulars reflect
Rooster Creek in Holts Summit has become more than a sewing shop for community members. Rooster Creek’s regulars are always willing to trade techniques and help beginners get started. Read more about the business.
Westminster College, National Churchill Museum announce significant donation after Kemper Lecture
Westminster College and the National Churchill museum received a significant donation, which the institutions are hoping will help the museum better achieve its goals. Monroe E. Trout and his wife Sandra from Appleton, Wisconsin created a professorship of Churchill studies.
Gutsy Gals Inspire Me has recognized William Woods University President Jahnae H. Barnett as a strong female role model. Barnett, who is in her 25th year as president, was recognized for her leadership.
Despite pending contentions, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) renewed the operating license for Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center. The NRC’s renewal, effective Friday, authorizes the nuclear facility to operate for an additional 20 years — through October 2044. Click to see a timeline of the nuclear facility's steps toward its license extension.
Work and construction of the new Fulton State Hospital campus will begin this spring. The project’s architectural design firm met with community officials Thursday afternoon to show them what construction will look like and what possible effects it will have on the surrounding area before work begins.
Anthem insurance provider offers identity theft protection to policyholders affected by data breach
A recent cyberattack compromised personal information from the insurance provider Anthem Inc., affecting more than 2 million Missourians according to the Missouri Department of Insurance.
The Federal Communications Commission has agreed to impose strict new regulations on Internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon and AT&T.
Kicks off celebration with annual dinner, auction fundraiser
The YMCA of Callaway County, which was established in 1990, will celebrate its 25th year in the Callaway community during its annual dinner and auction March 7.
If nuclear plant is granted license extension, environmental group plans to appeal decision
The NRC Commission members began casting their votes regarding the Callaway Energy Center’s license renewal application. So far, one vote is in. If the commission grants the license renewal, the Missouri Coalition for the Environment plans to appeal the decision.
Ameren Missouri's nuclear power plant operated at reduced power after detecting an electrical issue last weekend
Ameren Missouri's Callaway Energy Center is once again operating at full power, as of Friday morning. The nuclear power plant reduced its power output last Saturday, Jan. 31. An Ameren Missouri spokesperson said the plant did so as a precautionary measure after detecting an electrical issue.
Nuclear facility has operated at reduced power since Saturday
Ameren Missouri expects its Callaway Energy Center to return to full power in the next few days after operating at reduced power since Saturday, an Ameren Missouri spokesman said. The nuclear power plant, as a precautionary measure, reduced its power output on Saturday, Jan. 31 after detecting an electrical issue.
The Brick District voted last month to take over the restoration of the theater on Court Street and work started Saturday, Jan. 31.