Conservation works to encourage testing for food safety
Currently, testing in Callaway County is voluntary and is being used solely to monitor the health of the local wild deer population.
Ryon Richmond, a graduate of Fulton High School, will soon be taking on command of the 140 Regiment of the Regional Training Institute.
A new twist on traditional Christmas carols can be expected during the Callaway Singers “Old-Fashioned Christmas” concert in December.
A 19-foot spruce tree is making its way down to the governor’s mansion after being chopped down in a Fulton yard.
The Fulton Sun’s Warming Tree is standing again in the newsroom’s front office at 115 E. Fifth Street.
Education and information help ease hunter concerns
The finding of the CWD-positive deer in Cole County has not come without its own set of rumors.
Crowson is Fulton’s new city clerk, a position she describes as “a kind of varied job of many different hats.”
The eighth grade students of South Callaway Middle School got the job done during their first career day Tuesday.
Trained volunteers make a difference in children’s lives
Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) volunteers become the voice of the child in an overwhelmed system.
A Russellville man was treated for serious injuries after a one vehicle accident Wednesday morning in Cole County.
A car accident took the life of one Fulton man Sunday night.
Callaway part of containment zone for deer disease
Callaway County has been added to the list of 19 Missouri counties that are in Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) management zones.
For the 19th annual Partnership Against Hunger food drive, volunteers and staff members from the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri will be collecting donations.
The Fulton Rotary Club continues to build its relationship with a Rotary Chapter in Rwanda it founded seven years ago.
The North Callaway Board of Education approved to move forward for the district to become part of the PAT+ program, which helps low-income families in the school district who struggle to provide for their children.