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Westminster students promote recycling celebration

Westminster College student organization, Environmentally Concerned Students (ECoS), celebrated America Recycles Week hosting several events.

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FHS student wins award at State Constitution Competition

AJ Ballard, a freshman at Fulton High School, was presented the Scout Award.

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Canned goods for good

Fraternity teams with Ford dealership against hunger

Members of SAE are providing bags to interested residents to fill with canned goods they wish to donate.

Weapons at school land FMS student into custody

Brought both BB gun and airsoft pistol in backpack

A Fulton Middle School student is in police custody.

GOP candidates to Nixon: Say No to Syrian refugees

Republicans say Nixon should block Syrian refugees without federal security clearances; Governor agrees state's security is vital.

Scheduled roadwork set for Callaway starting Tuesday

The Department of Transportation will replace culvert pipes on two roadways in Callaway.

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Rotarian’s project selected as grant finalist

A Fulton Rotarian’s project to provide nutritious food for the Fulton Soup Kitchen has been selected as a finalist for a grant.

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Greatest Generation continues giving

Beatty marks over 50 years of community service

Ruby has been volunteering for Serve’s Clothes Cupboard for more than 50 years.

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Pinkel to step down at end of season

Missouri head football coach Gary Pinkel will be stepping down from his position following the conclusion of the season.

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Kiwanis swing into action

Group’s community pancake sales help make handicap swing possible

A new piece of playground equipment swung into action at Veteran’s Park Thursday.

Commission required to release handwritten notes of tours

The Missouri Clean Water Commission was required to supply Friends of Responsible Agriculture with copies of handwritten notes taken during tours of two Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs).

Leaves piling up in Fulton’s stormwater drains

With fall leaves piling up in yards and blowing into streets, citizens, the city of Fulton’s stormwater drains are receiving much of the debris.

Fulton schools receive 30K gift, discuss new logo for high school

Fulton Schools received a special gift at Wednesday night’s school board meeting.

Sun deliveries delayed

Printing delays created by power surges last night

Lampe's zeal for equestrian has never known any limits

Still serves as professor emeritus at William Woods University

Ask renowned equestrian rider, judge and instructor Gayle Lampe on her advice to anyone interested in following in her footsteps and you can hear the passion for the sport in her voice.