A Columbia man was taken into custody, Thursday, for drugs and gun violations after a traffic stop in Callaway County.
The Amazing deaf cattle dog made a stop in Fulton Wednesday
Eric Melvin and his deaf dog Angelyne visited MSD this week to share their story.
The Callaway County Republican Central Committee’s annual Lincoln Day celebration will take place Monday with a keynote address from Joshua Hawley, a constitutional lawyer and professor of constitutional law at the University of Missouri Law School.
If all goes according to plan, Callaway Community Hospital will re-implement orthopedic surgery this April, according to new Chief Executive Officer Mike Powell.
Students from the Missouri School for the Deaf and six other schools from across Missouri took an educational trip to Central and South America on Tuesday during MSD's "Festival de Latinos."
The Lions Club District 26-M convention will be held Saturday, March 7 at the Callaway Christian Church in Fulton.
City considers seeking help of consulting firms
The City of Holts Summit has ben working to bring more businesses to the community. City Administrator Brian Crane explains why that is an important focus for the city, what efforts they have made and what's next.
4th grade students dress, act in character to teach fellow students about famous Americans
South Callaway fourth grade students researched famous Americans. They dressed and acted in character to teach what they learned to parents, community members and fellow students. Click to view photos.
Izzy Lowe receiv second place in the 2014 North American Young Generation in Nuclear drawing contest
Lowe received second place in the 2014 North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) National Drawing Contest. She used colored pencils, markers and crayons for her drawing of the CEC that was awarded second place.
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Work and construction of the new Fulton State Hospital campus will begin this spring. The project’s architectural design firm met with community officials Thursday afternoon to show them what construction will look like and what possible effects it will have on the surrounding area before work begins.
Effort becomes personal this year for one professor
Four Westminster College student groups, in conjunction with Delete Blood Cancer, will be hosting a bone marrow donor drive March 3-5.
Committee to promote passage of $2 million no-tax-increase bond issue on April’s ballot
The New Bloomfield Proposition KIDS election committee elected leadership and began to strategize the best ways disseminate information to New Bloomfield voters about the $2 million no-tax-increase bond issue on April's ballot. If passed, the bond issue will fund facility repairs.
Annual Focus on Missouri Agriculture photo contest kicks off
The Missouri Department of Agriculture is now taking entries for its annual Focus on Missouri Agriculture photo contest. For the contest, which runs through June 15, the department is asking Missourians to send in unique stories and images of agriculture through photographs.
Anthem insurance provider offers identity theft protection to policyholders affected by data breach
A recent cyberattack compromised personal information from the insurance provider Anthem Inc., affecting more than 2 million Missourians according to the Missouri Department of Insurance.