Only a minor injury was reported following a vehicle collision at the intersection of Jefferson Street and Fourth Street yesterday.
A Columbia man was taken into custody early Thursday morning following a chase with Callaway County authorities.
In front of homecoming, South Callaway seeks Eastern Conference championship
South Callaway has potential double-celebration as undefeated Mark Twain comes to Mokane.
Fulton educators have received a second literacy grant from Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
In an effort to help the Polston family, VFW Post 2657 has raised $1,000 for travel expenses.
The Fulton Jaycees will have a new event promoter for their fifth annual Graveyard Smash that kicks off at 1 p.m. Saturday.
CSI: Fulton High School
Fulton High School is one of six schools chosen this year to participate in the 2015 Constitution Project, and the regional competition begins the week of October 19.
“Area Realtors and building owners have agreed to open the doors of these properties which are ready and waiting for the right businesses to occupy them,” Bruce Hackmann, a member of the Brick District Committee, said.
Parts of Interstate 70 in Boone and Callaway Counties will be resurfaced during the 2016 construction season.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources inspected Fulton mid-June to monitor Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) permit compliance and determined the city was non-compliant according to the stormwater management plan.
Three members of the Churchill family have created artwork that will be displayed in Fulton’s Churchill Museum until Nov. 1.
In honor of ‘Super Sam’
Children scuttled, climbed and dangled from a new piece of playground equipment prior to its official unveiling at Memorial Park Tuesday.
Homecoming week at FHS celebrated
Update: John Burch and Madi Tobias were crowned as 2015 Fulton High School Homecoming King and Queen during half-time ceremony during the October 2 football game against Boonville.
The National Fire Protection Association is partnering with national chain Domino’s and the Fulton Fire Department to provide some residents with a unique delivery experience while promoting fire safety this week.
The City of Fulton will host festivities Oct. 7 to celebrate Public Power Week.