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Investigation of multiple thefts leads to three arrests

Published Jul. 17 2018

Three Fulton men were charged Friday with multiple felony charges, according to the Callaway County Sheriff's Office.

Law enforcement officers make arrests

Published Jul. 17 2018

Several arrests were made late last week.

Fulton man sentenced to 60 years for sex crimes

Published Jul. 17 2018

A Fulton man was sentenced to 60 years in prison after being found guilty of 12 felony offenses related to...

Presentation on human trafficking to take place in Fulton

Published Jul. 17 2018

An event, "Human Trafficking in My Hometown: What Do I Need to Know, What Can I Do?," will be 6-8...

Officials spell out proposed sewer district

Published Jul. 17 2018

A proposed sewer district will be considered by some Callaway County voters in the Aug. 7 primary election.

Search for missing man continues

Published Jul. 17 2018

After more than two days of intense searching for a missing man in the Little Dixie Lake Conservation Area continued...

Search for missing man continues in Callaway County

Published Jul. 16 2018

An intense search for a missing man in the Little Dixie Lake Conservation Area continued Monday, according to Callaway County...

South Callaway students soar in Baltimore

Published Jul. 15 2018

August Cross, Greta Cross and Maebrie Turner from South Callaway High School received national recognition and took 10th place recently...

New Chamber ambassadors welcomed

Published Jul. 15 2018

Last week, Callaway County Chamber ambassadors met for a mid-year luncheon.

Small animal classes remain a staple of Callaway Youth Expo

Published Jul. 15 2018

For sheer variety, color and personality, it's hard to beat the small animal classes at the Callaway Youth Expo.

Despite dry summer, flower show flourishes

Published Jul. 15 2018

I couldn't beat the other Helens.

Public asked to submit drought information

Published Jul. 15 2018

State officials are asking for public help regarding dought condition and impacts in Missouri.

Construction begins Monday on Business 54

Published Jul. 15 2018

If you are counting down to the start of construction on U.S. Business 54, you only have one more day...

During drought, consider baling corn silage

Published Jul. 15 2018

Corn silage is a staple to dairy cattle rations, often comprising about half of the ration for confinement dairy cattle...

Jim 'Two Crows' entertains

Published Jul. 13 2018

There's a place in every library where children and adults can find all the stories they want.

Animals removed from shelter due to neglect

Published Jul. 12 2018

Following a Tuesday investigation into animal neglect at the Holts Summit kennel facility and an arrest of a city employee,...

Governor signs income tax cut

Published Jul. 12 2018

Gov. Mike Parson has signed a bill lowering Missouri's personal income tax rate from 5.9 percent to 5.5 percent Jan....

Naked Fulton man arrested after fleeing police

Published Jul. 12 2018

A naked Fulton man was arrested Thursday for attempting to break into houses — less than a day after being...

Bartley teacher earns recognition

Published Jul. 12 2018

Robyn Frame, Bartley Elementary kindergarten teacher, has been recognized by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education as one...

Historic Preservation Committee seeks financial assistance

Published Jul. 12 2018

Members of Fulton's Historic Preservation Committee came to the City Council this week with a proposition.

Judging sheep and goats: Callaway Youth Expo in full swing at Auxvasse

Published Jul. 12 2018

AUXVASSE — Living up to his name, Beast the boar goat fidgeted while getting scrubbed down.

Senior cyber cafe happening

Published Jul. 11 2018

Fulton Presbyterian Manor is hosting a free event this month to help seniors learn to use tablets, smartphones and the...

Callaway County offering vaccinations to children

Published Jul. 11 2018

Preparing for the school year can be a pain.