Education - Fulton


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Two WWU horses retire to New Mexico, help veterans

Two thoroughbred horses from William Woods University moved to New Mexico to help war veterans. The horses — Glory Road (JJ), 15, and Rampart, 18 — will work with the therapeutic program Healing America’s Heroes (HAH), a nonprofit organization.

Holts Summit reviews options to solve city’s trash issues

Mayor: ‘We’re going to need to make a decision’

The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen discussed four potential solutions to the city’s litter and illegal dumping problem at its Sept. 22 work session. The mayor said the board is going to need to make a decision soon.

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William Woods University holds horse clinic

Jumping for success

William Woods University Hunter/Jumper Show Team’s clinic was Sept. 20-21. Click for photos from Sunday's high jump exercises.

Fulton continues to see deficit in electric’s budget

Due to one of Fulton’s power sources under performing, the city has a just-under $500,000 deficit year-to-date. Fulton’s utility board will have a preliminary 2015 budget at its Oct. 27 meeting.

Kingdom Christian splits matches against Lighthouse, Christian Chapel

The Lady Saints toppled Lighthouse Preparatory Academy in three sets, prevailing 25-2, 22-25 and 25-10 on Friday night.

South Callaway softball earns second place at its middle school tournament

The Lady Bulldogs fell to the Hallsville Lady Indians 14-12 in the championship game of the South Callaway Middle School Tournament on Saturday.

Masek guides Fulton JV team to win over Marshall

Sophomore quarterback Devin Masek ran for a pair of touchdowns and threw for another in the Hornets’ 28-22 win over the Owls on Monday night

Allen powers MSD to homecoming win over Kansas

Junior quarterback Joseph Allen accounted for six touchdowns — five rushing and one passing — in the Eagles’ 52-20 homecoming win over the Jackrabbits on Saturday.

North Callaway bows to Hallsville in two sets

Junior middle hitter Bethany Bloss posted a double-double with team highs of 15 kills and 16 digs in the Ladybirds’ straight-set loss to the Lady Indians on Monday.

New Bloomfield takes fourth at AA Softball tourney

The Lady Wildcats — the No. 2 seed in the AA Softball Tournament — fell to the top-seeded Southern Boone Lady Eagles 7-2 in Saturday’s third-place game.

Miller, South Callaway shut out Harrisburg

Junior pitcher Ashley Miller tossed a complete-game, one-hitter in the Lady Bulldogs’ 14-0 five-inning win over the Harrisburg Lady Bulldogs on Monday night.

Big fourth inning helps Ladybirds blank Lady Hornets

Junior left fielder Karlie Popp finished 3-for-4 with an RBI, two steals and a run scored in North Callaway’s 6-0 triumph over Fulton on Monday at the high school athletic complex.

Westminster men, women run at Southern Stampede

Blue Jays freshman Glen Tuebner earned 34th place in the men’s race at the Southern Stampede Invitational on Saturday. Tuebner ran a time of 27 minutes, 42.69 seconds to guide the Westminster men to a 12th-place outing.

William Woods men, women place seventh at Southern Stampede

The Lady Owls had three top-20 finishers and the Owls notched one in directing the squads to respective seventh-place finishes at the Southern Stampede Invitational on Saturday.

Lady Blue Jays blanked by Central

Sophomore goalkeeper Ellen Woolsey logged a game-high eight saves, but the Lady Blue Jays fell to the Lady Dutch 3-0 on Saturday.