There are a variety of Halloween activities going on this afternoon and evening in Fulton. To name a few, Westminster College’s Student Government Association is hosting a “Spooky Sidewalks” event, Creative Minds Child Development Center is opening its doors and The Fulton Sun will be taking Halloween pictures to run in the paper.
The Hunts, an alternative folk band, will perform at 7 p.m. at William Woods University’s Cutlip Auditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 22. Read more about the band.
Rock Garden Antique Barn held its second annual fall festival. Click to see photos.
Fulton Jaycees host Fourth Annual Graveyard Smash with a figure 8 competition. Click to see photos from the event.
William Woods University students will perform in “All I Really Needed to Know I Learned in Kindergarten.” Read more about the show and see photos from their rehearsal.
Visitors to the Central Missouri Renaissance Festival near Kingdom City will have many opportunities to learn a variety of skills: How to toss a caber, how to act like a pirate, the ins and outs of medieval armour, how to make lace.
After vote of ‘no confidence,’ Fulton Jaycees elect not to renew lease with fair board; club to takeover organizing event
The Fulton Jaycees has announced it will be taking over planning of the county fair next year.
For some participants in the tractor and truck pull at the Kingdom of Callaway County Fair, they were just doing what they know.
The 2014 Callaway County Youth Expo kicked off Wednesday morning featuring some of the best and brightest young Callawegians the annual pageant.
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.