Education - Fulton


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Fulton couple to showcase solar panels at their historic home

Solar panel installer to answer questions at open house later this month

Larry Jones and his wife, Judy Fiocco, installed solar panels at their Fulton home this spring. They are opening their home to anyone interested in investing in solar power or simply to learning more.

Traffic stop turns into drug arrest of Fulton man

Clayton Key Craddock of Fulton was arrested Friday after failing to stop at a stop sign on Nichols Street near Fifth Street at 10:30 p.m., according to a Fulton Police Department press release.

Fulton man receives probation in case involving assault of minor

Scott A. Armstrong — who was in Callaway County Court last month for third-degree misdemeanor assault involving a minor — received Suspended Imposition of Sentence (SIS) Monday and was placed on probation for the charge.

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Community support ‘a great distraction’ for Holts Summit girl after accident

4-year-old girl adjusts at home after riding lawn mower accident, family appreciative of others’ support

After about a week at home, Faith Rowell will return to the hospital Monday for a fourth surgery. She ran outside at a family member’s home on May 12 and was accidentally run over by a riding lawn mower. Her father described the significant amount of support Faith has received from the community, family, friends and strangers as a much needed distraction for their family.

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Artists capture Fulton's Brick District on canvas at Callaway Plein Air event

Fifty artists participated in this year's Callaway Plein Air event — hosted by Art House in Fulton. For the event, artists crated images that represented various areas of the county. Read more about the artists' experiences and see photos of them in action.

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Simulcast system expected to be complete in August

Callaway County can expect its new simulcast system for its fire departments sometime in August. The new simulcast system will improve communication between the fire departments and the Emergency Operations Center (EOC) dispatch.

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Six-month process moves city, fire union closer to contract agreement

Fulton fire union members have called an outdated pay scale the catalyst to six months of contract negotiations between the city of Fulton and the Fulton Professional Firefighters Union.

T-Birds' Coleman bolts to third-place finish in 300 hurdles

Hornets' Christensen takes seventh place in high jump

After a less than auspicious start, North Callaway senior Steven Coleman closed out the Class 3 track and field championships by setting new standards for both himself and the Thunderbirds.

Wildcats 'excited to be a part of that final four'

New Bloomfield advances with 7-1 win over Scotland Co. in Class 2 quarterfinals

The postseason ride will continue for the New Bloomfield Wildcats. Next stop: about 80 miles east for the Class 2 state semifinals.

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Multi-million dollar company, Henderson Products, establishes sixth location in Fulton

Location, workforce, building were factors in attracting the snow and ice removal business

An international company that is a leader in manufacturing and distributing truck-mounted snow and ice removal equipment will bring its sixth facility to Fulton’s industrial park, anticipating to be operational by the end of July.

North Callaway School Board hears technology upgrade options

The North Callaway R-I School Board covered five options for upgrading technology equipment available to students. Part of the $6 million bond issue would provide funding for the update.

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William Woods University hosts kids art camp

The Kemper Kids Summer Art Camp at William Woods University started this week. Click for photos and more information on the three summer sessions.

"Station Eleven" is DBRL's 2015 One Read

A post-apocalyptic world with hints of Shakespeare is the center of this year's One Read novel, "Station Eleven."

Bulldogs fall in Class 3 quarterfinals

Lutheran St. Charles scores nine in fifth, stuns South Callaway 15-11

ST. PETERS — In a playoff clash marked by momentous innings, Lutheran St. Charles struck with the one that mattered most.

Wildcats earn spot in Class 2 semifinals

MEMPHIS — Having more than redeemed themselves after an 0-6 start to the season, the New Bloomfield Wildcats will now get the chance to add to their rich baseball legacy.