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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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New executive director selected to lead Callaway Chamber

Tamara Fitzpatrick comes to Callaway County from Arkansas.

Fulton store to host pet adoption event for Pet Appreciation Week

The Tractor Supply Co. store will host its fourth annual pet adoption event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday for pet owners and their furry friends to celebrate Pet Appreciation Week (P.A.W.), held Sept. 16 – 20.

'B' for Missouri business

A national business survey gave Missouri a “B” ranking in overall support for local businesses — an improvement in the state’s ranking since 2012.

New Bloomfield Dollar General now open

Residents of New Bloomfield can now purchase convenience items locally since the city’s Dollar General opened its doors for business Wednesday afternoon.

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Fulton Dairy Queen begins remodel

Seeking a modern new look, the Fulton Dairy Queen is engaged in a remodeling project to keep the facilities up to date.

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Ameren announces partnership for renewable energy

Ameren Missouri announced a three-way partnership with ECAP, LLC and Enginuity in an effort to provide an additional source of energy for Missouri using corn and other agricultural biomass.

Brick District business preparing for change

Fulton’s Brick District Association is working towards increasing business presence in city’s Brick District, but another business is closing its doors. Divine Shoes, which has been open in Fulton for two and a half years has seen a decline in sales, which has forced Owner Dana Johnson-Jennings to slash prices in preparation for closing her store.

Callaway nuclear plant shut down after 'non-emergency' leak

The Ameren Corp. nuclear power plant in central Missouri was shut down for the second time in eight months Thursday after a "non-emergency" leak was found in the reaction control system.

Callaway Bank appoints Basnett as new chairman

Mike Basnett has been appointed as the board chairman of The Callaway Bank.