Fulton held its third annual Fourth of July parade downtown Friday, honoring Korean War veterans as they served as grand marshal for the parade.
The parade was canceled for the Fulton Street Fair after heavy rain, wind and lightning blew into Fulton.
Originally scheduled for 5 p.m., the parade is expected to start at 6 p.m. Saturday. Dispatchers on emergency services radio announced it would be delayed one hour.
Fulton Street Fair starts with carnival Thursday, continues with plethora of activities Friday and Saturday
Jenell Austin said she’s expecting a bigger and better Fulton Street Fair this year.
Hamm’s “Lessons in Ruin” a chronicle of life in the Midwest
Life as a fan of baseball’s supposed “lovable losers” informs Justin Hamm’s baseball-themed poetry.
For the first time in 15 years, the Tebbetts Community Picnic is going to feature a musical showdown: the fiddle is making a comeback.
The Plein Air contest held by the Art House in Fulton saw 110 pieces of artwork by 44 adult artists and three youth artists judged Sunday.
Those who want to get in on the annual Mule Derby race at the Fulton Street Fair have until Monday to register.
Plein Air competition sends artists throughout county to paint local scenes
Artists from the region painted live images and landscapes throughout Callaway County starting Friday.
Daniel Boone Regional Library’s One Read program typically offers a variety of opportunities for community involvement and discussion, and this year is no different.
Event also known as ‘Mokane World’s Fair’
Members of the Mokane Lions Club and others are gearing up for the 64th annual Mokane Fall Festival on Labor Day weekend that some call “Mokane World’s Fair.”
Fulton musician authors book on history of fiddling in Missouri
A longtime musician and proponent of the art of old-time fiddling, Fulton resident Howard Marshall has written a book on the history of his favorite pastime.
Thanks to a boost from the Fulton Street Fair, the Fulton Country Club’s annual 4th of July fireworks display is going to be bigger and better than ever this year.
Just a few months after first announcing plans for a fundraising campaign to build a new animal shelter, Fulton Mayor LeRoy Benton says the planning committee already is halfway toward its $250,000 goal.
Fulton’s Jimmy Colbertson is an old pro as far as musical acts at the Street Fair go. When he and his band, Deep Water, take the stage tonight it’ll be his third time drumming at the annual festival.