Mid-Missouri Friends of the National Churchill Museum hosted a membership drive Tuesday.
Four new sorority houses will be ready for new students at the beginning of the fall semester at William Woods University.
Judy Baumgartner, who has served as Callaway County's representative for the Missouri Silver Haired Legislature for four years has been re-elected for another two years. Members were also elected for the Callaway County Senior Center Council.
Community members joined together Monday for Judy Baumgartner's Tai Chi class at the Senior Center.
New Bloomfield man Robert Joseph Pope, 31, was arrested June 4 for various sexual abuse charges involving two children.
A Mokane woman will spend 15 years in prison after pleading guilty to charges she faced in connection with an August 2014 fatal car crash in Callaway County.
An attorney for Friends of Responsible Agriculture — a local group opposing a 10,000-hog operation in Kingdom City — is hoping a court order filed last week will reveal information he believes was unlawfully held from him and his clients.
COAD held tabletop exercise Thursday for disaster preparedness.
The Missouri Association of Student Councils hosted its annual "Duck for a Buck" race, Wednesday. Money raised from the duck race is donated to the Special Olympics.
A Fulton woman has been charged in connection with a stabbing earlier this month in Versailles.
Chromebooks will be in the hands of each Fulton middle and high school student — at school and home — during the upcoming school year.
Board to hear proposal for after school program next month
he South Callaway R-II School Board approved the district’s 2015-16 budget at its regular meeting Wednesday night. Read more about the approved budget and about the board's discussion of a potential after school program in the district.
Auxvasse Board of Aldermen discussed potential changes to the city's current ordinance concerning chickens at their meeting, Tuesday. Members of the public addressed the board in favor of allowing residents to own chickens.
Hundreds of Missouri middle and high school students hosted a free carnival for area children on Tuesday at William Woods University.
With renderings and blueprints drawn, the Brick District Playhouse Board has a vision of what will become of the old Fulton Theatre. To make dreams for the Court Street building a reality, the playhouse board will seek a $200,000 loan through the Fulton Area Development Corporation’s re-lending program, which was made possible with the United States Department of Agriculture.