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Lady Wildcats topple Vienna in Class 2, District 8 opener

A good start to the game helped the New Bloomfield Lady Wildcats get off to a good start in district play.

Three Kings!

Hornets' McClure, Benner, Clines bring home state titles

Josh McClure, Zach Benner and Trenton Clines collaborated to carry out a remarkable program first for the Fulton Hornets wrestling team. The Fulton juniors’ extraordinary night, though, was almost upstaged by a tense, dramatic sprint to the finish between the Hornets and perennial power Oak Grove for the Class 2 team title.

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New Bloomfield, South Callaway discuss technology integration

New Bloomfield Schools consider part-time technology coordinator position

South Callaway instructional coaches and math teachers sat down with two New Bloomfield math teaches Monday and discussed how South Callaway utilizes iPads and technology in its classrooms. The New Bloomfield school district is considering designating a teacher to serve as a part time technology coordinator.

No. 19 Lady Owls softball team falls to Friends

The No. 19 Lady Owls managed just six hits in their 11-0 five-inning loss to the Lady Falcons in the backhalf of a doubleheader on Saturday.

Two Fulton residents admit to stealing scrap metal from city water department

Two Fulton residents admitted to stealing scrap metal from the Fulton Water Department, according to a Fulton Police Department press release.

Moore’s Mill Battlefield closer to being listed as historic

The Moore’s Mill Battlefield in Calwood is one step closer to being listed on the National Register of Historic Places after the Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation unanimously voted for nomination Friday.

New Bloomfield FFA receives grant for trail project

The Missouri Department of Agriculture awarded the New Bloomfield R-III school district’s FFA chapter a $500 Building Our American Communities grant. The FFA chapter will use the money to help fund the next phase of its nature trail project.

Owls to visit William Woods

William Woods University will host a demonstration by the World Bird Sanctuary at 2 p.m. on Feb. 25 in Cutlip Auditorium.

'Art is Ageless' exhibition displays artwork of senior citizens

Local senior citizens will showcase their art work at Fulton Presbyterian Manor’s “Art is Ageless” exhibition Feb. 25-27.

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Fulton residents feast at first fish fry Friday

Knights of Columbus to serve hot meals throughout Lent

Knights of Columbus hosted its first fish fry of the 2015 Lenten season. Click for photos and for information on the group's next fish fry.

Winter fun show at WWU

William Woods University will host a Winter Fun Horse Show Feb. 27-March 2 in the UPHA arena.

Thunderbirds fall to Bowling Green to close regular season

A second-quarter slump tripped up the North Callaway Thunderbirds in their regular-season finale.

William Woods women roll to AMC victory

Sophomore center Kennedy Volkart led all players with 12 points and eight rebounds in the Lady Owls’ 67-39 American Midwest Conference triumph over the Lady Eutectics on Thursday night.

Mulivihill's career day lifts William Woods men to AMC win

Paced by sophomore guard Alec Mulvihill’s career-high 27 points, the Owls put away the Eutectics for a 71-57 American Midwest Conference win on Thursday night.

WWU’s Emme qualifies for NAIA Indoor Championships

Lady Owls senior Madeline Emme earned her third straight bid to the NAIA Indoor National Championships thanks to her performance at the University of Central Missouri Classic on Friday.