Paperwork for Fulton's water treatment plant updates are still being finalized. The updates are federally mandated following water quality restrictions on the new permit.
Agricultural land parcels have been reassessed with an approximate five percent increase in land value. Agricultural land parcels are valued based on an eight-grade scale, which values the land based on soil quality and productivity.
The Callaway Bank and the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines has grants up to $2,000 for 10 home buyers. The grants will help cover the closing costs that come with the purchase of a new home.
City of Fulton and Callaway County officials approach FACC, FADC and SMIC about consolidation
3 of Callaway County’s economic-driving entities are nearing to combining as one force. The Fulton Area Chamber of Commerce (FACC), Fulton Area Development Corporation (FADC) and Show Me Innovation Center (SMIC) discuss potential merger in effort to have a more holistic approach to business growth.
Oestreich Swimming Pool opens Saturday, May 23
The pool opens for the season on Saturday, May 23. Click for more information and to see photos of the staff prepping the pool for opening day.
The results of an emergency preparedness exercise Tuesday at the Callaway Nuclear Plant and in Reform will be posted by mid-August to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC)’s website.
Work has begun on the New Bloomfield property that will be home to a Dollar General this fall. Click for photos.
The commission and SERVE, a local non-profit organization serving low-income families, collaborated for the event, which also kicked off Fulton Street Fair button sales.
Noranda gets rate cut, other Ameren consumers see increase
Four Jefferson City area lawmakers said Wednesday the Public Service Commission (PSC) made a bad decision in its Ameren Missouri rate case ruling. Read for reaction from Sen. Jeanie Riddle, R-Mokane, and Rep. Travis Fitzwater, R-Holts Summit.
City administrator to approach 3 companies about presenting ideas to board of aldermen
The city of Holts Summit received proposals from three retail consulting or strategy companies that could assist the city in its efforts to bring more businesses to Holts Summit. The city has been looking for ways to boost retail development for the last few years.
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.