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Body found in Missouri River May 26, 2015

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Body found in Missouri River

Man's body believed to be the same as officials searched for near Rocheport Monday night.

3 Callaway County economic organizations move closer to merger

City of Fulton and Callaway County officials approach FACC, FADC and SMIC about consolidation

3 of Callaway County’s economic-driving entities are nearing to combining as one force. The Fulton Area Chamber of Commerce (FACC), Fulton Area Development Corporation (FADC) and Show Me Innovation Center (SMIC) discuss potential merger in effort to have a more holistic approach to business growth.

Mokane man recognized for community service

Robert Spencer receives Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award

Robert Spencer, of Mokane, has been volunteering and helping others in the community for more than 30 years. Missouri Lt. Governor Peter Kinder recently recognized Spencer, along with 24 others, with the Lieutenant Governor’s Senior Service Award.

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Fulton World War II veteran dies in Memorial Day crash

Elderly man was pastor of Fulton church

Authorities have confirmed that the two-vehicle accident on U.S. Highway 54 today was fatal — killing William Rogers, 92 of Fulton. He was a local pastor and World War II veteran.

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Authorities unable to capture bear loose in Fulton

Conservation agent says bear was looking for mate

After hours of searching, authorities were unable to capture a young male black bear discovered in downtown Fulton Sunday night. Bob Lyons, a conservation agent with the Missouri Department of Conservation, was on scene Sunday night and said the bear likely came from southern Missouri and was looking for a female mate.

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Veteran reminds Auxvasse Elementary students why Memorial Day is celebrated

In honor of Memorial Day, Colonel Charles E. McGee answered students questions at Auxvasse Elementary School Thursday afternoon. Click for photos from his visit.

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New Bloomfield school board hears updates on bond issue projects

The New Bloomfield R-III School Board approved an architectural contract with Porter, Berendzen & Associates, out of Columbia, at its regular meeting Thursday. The architecture firm will work with the district as it completes projects outlined in its recently approved bond issue.

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Fulton pool preps for opening day

Oestreich Swimming Pool opens Saturday, May 23

The pool opens for the season on Saturday, May 23. Click for more information and to see photos of the staff prepping the pool for opening day.

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Second annual ‘Callaway Plein Air’ event to kick off next week

Art House is hosting the second annual “Callaway Plein Air” event, during which artists will paint at public events May 28-30. Click to read more about opportunities to catch the artists in action.

Pro-pot group sues MUSTANG drug task force

An association that believes marijuana prohibition is a failed policy in Missouri has sued the MUSTANG Drug Task force saying it has failed to obey state laws regarding open public meetings and records.

Holts Summit man dies in accident, police make arrest

A Jefferson City man faces several charges in connection with a fatal motor vehicle crash Tuesday night in Maries County.

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Tee-ball time in Holts Summit

Youngsters were swinging away Tuesday night at Howard Field during little league baseball games. The Holts Summit Optimist Club sponsors the league.

JC man arrested after fatal crash in Maries Co.

A Jefferson City man is facing several charges in connection with a fatal motor vehicle crash that occurred Tuesday night in Maries County.

Donation cuts price in half for Westminster STEM Academy

A donation to the Westminster STEM Academy will allow a number of high school students to attend the summer program at a discounted rate.

Callaway County Ambulance District to receive new cardiac monitors

The Callaway County Ambulance Board voted on Tuesday to approve the purchase of eight new cardiac monitors — totaling more than $125,000.

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