POOLER, Ga. — At the midway point of the NAIA national women’s golf championships, the fifth-ranked William Woods University Lady Owls are part of the talk when it comes to a title.
Christian-based school holds second annual Servant Week
Kingdom Christian Academy students will end their school year today with the satisfaction that comes from service.
Upcoming Fulton Middle School Principal Beth Houf, currently the principal at McIntire Elementary School, presented her thoughts on how to make improvements at the middle school during the Fulton Public Schools Board of Education meeting on Wednesday.
School board votes 4-3 to deny project bid
The South Callaway R-II Schools Board of Education voted Wednesday night to not accept a bid for the multi-purpose building and, in a separate vote, decided to table discussion of the project until January. The vote on both items was close with four voting against and three voting for in both matters.
Deputies arrest two men after traffic stop Wednesday
Callaway County deputies arrested two men after a traffic stop and brief foot chase Wednesday afternoon on Bluff Street, near Sixth Street. Read for more details.
Elementary students partake in field day activities as school year’s end nears
South Callaway Elementary School held its field day Tuesday. Click for photos.
One person is in federal custody in connection with a federal firearms investigation. The Missouri State Highway Patrol and Callaway County SWAT made the arrest Wednesday morning in Callaway County.
One strike away from victory, the No. 3 seed Owls now find themselves on the edge of elimination after a 3-2 NAIA Opening Round loss to the No. 2 Bruins in the Bellevue Bracket on Tuesday at Roddy Field.
North Callaway, New Bloomfield begin district play on Saturday
The North Callaway Thunderbirds used an early cushion to fend off the surging New Bloomfield Wildcats and take some momentum of their own into district play.
Animal shelter opening celebrations scheduled for Friday, Saturday
The completion of Fulton's new animal shelter also brings a new name for the facility that will house up to 40 dogs and 30 cats. A Fulton man was a substantial donor to the project and has named the new shelter after his animal-loving parents, Fulton Mayor LeRoy Benton said at the city council meeting on Tuesday.
After staving off elimination twice, the Westminster Blue Jays’ offense ran out of bullets in its quest for a St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament championship.
Eagles senior Benson Goodwin collected a district championship in the high jump at the Class 1, District 1 championships on Saturday at Festus High School.
A trio of individual wins and just as many relay victories catapulted the South Callaway Bulldogs to a second straight district track crown.
Freshman Haydon Windsor got the lone win for the No. 5 seeded Hornets, who wrapped up their team season with a 5-1 Class 1, District 7 loss to the Rebels on Monday.
The Wildcats logged at least one run in each of the first four innings in downing the Lions 6-3 in non-conference play on Monday.