The Callaway County Humane Society sold 92 ducks for its Great American Rubber Duckie Race Saturday. Click to see photos from the race.
The Callaway Community Hospital was recently designated a NICHE (Nurses Improving Care for Health-system Elders) site. The hospital completed the nurse-driven program to upgrade its care for older adult patients.
Faith Maternity Care, a non-profit who helps young mothers, held a 5K on Sept. 13. More than 25 runners and walkers participated in the 5K. Click to see photos from the event.
Mark "Archie" Archambault decided to leave the Arris' franchise months ago, and with the help of his crew, has made the restaurant completely his own from the name change to "Archie's," to the items on the menu, to what is sported on the walls.
Senior Anna Bartley’s solo home run in the top of seventh inning gave the Lady Bulldogs some breathing room in their 3-1 win over the Lady Indians on Thursday night.
Senior pitcher Danielle Cassidy struck out 17 and also had three hits in the Ladybirds’ 9-4 Eastern Missouri Conference triumph over the Lady Wildcats on Friday night.
Sophomore pitcher Madison Love threw a complete game and drove in four runs in the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats’ 8-2 win over the Hallsville Lady Indians 8-2 on Friday night.
The North Callaway Thunderbirds made the second half all about themselves.
When state-ranked South Callaway showered 20 points on Van-Far before the Bulldogs’ offense even took a snap, it was a crazy sampling of what was in store.
Fulton triumphs in NCMC opener, wins third straight
Fulton Hornets head coach Pat Kelley called the final 12 minutes of Friday night’s game against the Moberly Spartans “the longest fourth quarter in 28 years of coaching.”
Friday night's Callaway County high school football scores
North Callaway art teacher Jeremy Divers is inviting area residents to join him on a journey halfway around the world this spring.
Both William Woods University and Westminster College were included in recent college rankings by U.S. News and World Report.
The New Bloomfield Board of Aldermen retired the badge number that belonged to former New Bloomfield police officer Michael Tufts. Tufts, 25, died in late August.
New Bloomfield Board of Alderman passed an ordinance at its Sept. 11 meeting that rezoned a parcel of land in the city from residential to commercial. Read what concerns the neighbor next door to the property expressed to the board.