New owners to make book store their own
When she saw the story about a cat and a book store for sale in Fulton, Danielle Warren knew it was exactly what she had been looking for.
Shoppers in Fulton’s downtown brick district will now have a new place to stop for a tasty break.
Kroger is recalling spinach sold at grocery stores in 15 states due to possible Listeria contamination. The recall includes Gerbes stores in Mid-Missouri.
About 60 position to be cut in move
CALIFORNIA, MO. — Cargill announced Thursday it is shutting down its third shift Oct. 12 at its California plant. The cut is expected to affect 61 employees
Local residents looking for a fresh coat of red on their toes, a new hairstyle, a deeper tan or a relaxing massage now have a new option in Fulton.
Absence of grass adds to cattle stress
Missouri farmers have been cautioned to watch for premature births of calves caused by heat stress on pregnant cows.
Kathryn Wade is selling a cat for $25,000. A cat, and a book store.
Three brothers who own and manage a tree farm in Callaway County have been honored by the Missouri Tree Farm Committee for 25 years of exemplary forest management.
The Naught-Naught Insurance Agency at 710 Market St. in Fulton is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
In addition to teaching kindergartners at McIntire Elementary, Sandee Poss is now also a shaved ice entrepreneur.
Executives at The Callaway Bank announced Wednesday that they want to help jump-start Fulton’s downtown revitalization efforts.
Visitors to Memorial Park the last few weeks have noticed something missing, and it wasn’t just material cleaned out by renovation crews. The Fulton Farmers Market has made the move to the parking lot in front of Sutherland’s on Business 54.
Tif’s Ugly Mug, the 5th Street bar that has served as a haunt for Fulton’s college crowd for the past seven years, has closed its doors and moved to The Landing, the popular nightlife spot in St. Louis.
Add Canidae, Wellpet, Natural Balance and Apex to the list of pet food manufacturers recalling dry pet food because of Salmonella contamination.
Customers of Saults Drug Store on Court Street might notice a new face behind the pharmacy counter, though he’s no stranger to the business. Mark Jennings, formerly a staff worker at Red Cross Pharmacy, (and its predecessor, Dunavants,) has come on board at Saults, the beginnings of a process to gradually take the reigns from current owner and operator Al Real.