A Holts Summit woman was rescued from her burning Jeep Tuesday evening after it and another Jeep collided in north Jefferson City.
Death row inmate killed Good Samaritan near Kingdom City in 1994
The state of Missouri waited for the U.S. Supreme Court to rule Wednesday on whether it could execute death row inmate Allen Nicklasson, condemned for the killing of a Good Samaritan who stopped to help him and two friends who were stranded on the side of the road.
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What Brick District Association President Tom Riley calls “the biggest thing we’ve been able to accomplish for downtown Fulton” started as a simple suggestion.
The Mid Missouri Christian Choir performed Christmas carols at the First Baptist Church in Fulton on Tuesday. Click to listen to the choir sing.
Callaway Action Network director happy with turnout, expects to deliver many toys for Christmas
The Mueller Student Center at Westminster College is filled with rows of toys, warm winter clothes and items to make Christmas in Callaway County a bit better for low-income families.
Squad went 11-1, finished as Class 3A runner-up
The Fulton Hornets’ 1971 football team — which finished as the Class 3A state runner-up — will be the lone 2013 inductee into the Fulton High School athletic Wall of Fame on Friday night. The team will be inducted between the Fulton girls’ and boys’ varsity basketball doubleheader against North Central Missouri Conference opponent Marshall, likely around 7:15 p.m. in the high school’s Roger D. Davis Gymnasium. Prior to the induction ceremony, the squad will be honored during a reception from 5:30-7 in the hallway in front of the high school library.
The Fulton Hornets wrestling team continued its impressive start to the season with another crushing win. Fulton secured pinfall victories in seven weight classes Tuesday night as the Hornets opened North Central Missouri Conference competition by blowing past Boonville 53-21 at Roger D. Davis Gymnasium. The Hornets — who were coming off a team title at the Fort Zumwalt North Tournament last Saturday — have rolled in their first three duals, winning by an average score of 55-19.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster's office has appealed the stay of execution for convicted killer Allen Nicklasson, calling the federal appeals court ruling "an abuse of discretion."
In a press conference Monday at Fulton State Hospital’s Administration Building, Gov. Jay Nixon announced his proposal to build a new high-security psychiatric facility at the aging Biggs and Guhleman forensic centers.
Two residents here escaped their home Sunday afternoon as an apparent wood stove fire set the structure ablaze Sunday afternoon.
Though the city tabled the motion, the Holts Summit Board of Aldermen discussed the future of the city’s sewage treatment facility.
Four Fulton wrestlers captured individual championships and the Hornets secured the team championship in the gold division of the Ft. Zumwalt North tournament on Saturday. Fulton finished with 232.02 points. easily distancing itself from second place McCluer South Berkeley, which accumulated with 126.03 points. McCluer took third place with 119.04, followed by Warrenton and University City, which totaled 114.05 and 77 points, respectively.
Callaway Singers to put on free holiday concert at William Woods
The Callaway Singers community choir once again invites area residents to enjoy a night of live music to get them into the holiday spirit and ready for the “Magic of Winter”.
As Callaway County residents struggle to find that perfect present for their loved ones, the Rwanda Community Partnership is asking they consider the gift of giving this holiday season.
Gov. Jay Nixon’s proposal to issue state bonds to fund a new $211 million psychiatric facility may be unconstitutional because it avoids a public vote, according to an area legislator.