The Callaway County Commission has received one bid for new voting machines, which Presiding Commissioner Gary Jungermann said should be available for the 2016 elections.
The Fulton Public Schools Board of Education voted Wednesday, during a special session, to modify its public comment policy.
Fulton Police arrested a Fulton woman for robbery after a vehicle collision Friday night on Oak Street, south of Second Street.
Three Fulton residents swam safely to shore after their boat took on water while out at the Osage River Lock and Dam, Friday afternoon.
Two newly-elected members want to see more focus on teachers, staff
Two new faces are joining the South Callaway Board of Education after Tuesday’s election. Read more about what they feel the district should be focusing on moving forward.
Rooted in community
Fulton Garden Club members planted a tree outside of the John Harris Community Center Thursday afternoon. Click to see photos and learn more about the type of tree they planted.
Senior Ridge Martin shot a 36 to guide New Bloomfield in a quad matchup with host Eugene, South Callaway and Fatima on Thursday at Redfield Golf Course.
The Hornets slipped to 0-3 on the season after dropping their North Central Missouri Conference opener to the Pirates 8-4 on Thursday night.
An inability to cash in on early scoring chances ultimately derailed the Fulton Hornets’ upset bid of the rival, state-ranked Mexico Bulldogs.
The Fulton Police Department completed a narcotics search warrant at 410 E. 10th Street Thursday, leading to an arrest.
Board of Aldermen discuss ballot question’s passage, trash service annual rate increase
Eighty-eight utility customers in New Bloomfield received a refund this month. Furthermore, at the city's Board of Aldermen meeting Thursday night, city officials discussed the city's ballot question's passage and when trash customers will see a 52 cent rate increase on their bill.
A Fulton couple is currently living with relatives after their home on County Road 428 caught fire Wednesday night.
ELSAH, Illinois — The Westminster College Lady Blue Jays tennis team remained winless in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference at 0-3 after being blanked by the Principia College Lady Panthers on Tuesday.
Will Rushworth and Celia Mansour — a pair of William Woods University freshmen — were named the NAIA national men’s and women’s golfers of the week, respectively, on Wednesday.
OWENSVILLE — Senior Mason Shoemaker was victorious in the boys’ 100 and 200 meters to spur the South Callaway Bulldogs track and field team to a second-place finish at the Owensville Quad on Tuesday.