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State imposes no-wake zone at Lake of the Ozarks

Temporary ban on speeding boats will stay in place as long as lake levels are too high

Giving the gift of life

First Presbyterian Church in Fulton hosts Red Cross blood drive

Local residents gave blood on Wednesday during four hour blood drive.

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Middle school teacher accepts new administrative role at FHS

Former sixth grade science and language arts teacher Kati Boland knows how to run a classroom — her 15 years of teaching experience at Fulton Middle School demonstrated that. Now she'll apply that experience to a new role in Fulton Public Schools.

Auxvasse woman dies after I-70 accident

Accident on I-70 leaves one woman dead, another injured

Callaway Bank appoints Basnett as new chairman

Mike Basnett has been appointed as the board chairman of The Callaway Bank.

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Akande has first day as Westminster president

Benjamin Ola Akande had is first day as Westminster College's new president.

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New administrative changes are coming to FHS this fall

Fulton High School students will be familiar with their new principal for the 2015-2016 academic year.

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Beetem hears Dixon argument to keep his law officer’s certificate

One year to the day after pleading guilty to a misdemeanor harassment charge, Osage County Sheriff Michael Dixon was back in court in Jefferson City on Wednesday in a battle to keep his Missouri law officer’s certification.

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North Callaway School Board meeting introduces Flex Program

The North Callaway School Board approved the implementation of the School Flex Program at their regular meeting Tuesday. The program will allow juniors and seniors to complete a minimum of 2 hours of class so that the rest of their day could be spent at work, volunteering or taking college courses.

July 4 celebrations planned for Fulton, Holts Summit

Vietnam-era veterans will be honored when the annual Independence Day parade rolls through Fulton on July 4.

Tornado reportedly touches down briefly near New Bloomfield

A tornado touched down briefly 3 miles north-northeast of New Bloomfield Sunday at 5:47 p.m., according to the National Weather Service in St. Louis.

Police, fire administrators offer firework safety advice

Fireworks have started going off a few days earlier than Fulton residents and emergency personnel have expected this year, with two reports of fireworks being used in Memorial and Veterans Parks this week, according to Fulton Police Chief Steve Myers.

Author links Churchill, World War I myth in novel

Author Jerred Metz discussed his new historical novel, "The Angel of Mons: A World War I Legend," at Well Read Books in Fulton Thursday.

"Drive to Survive" helps suicide prevention

The "Drive to Survive" car show at Auto World Museum on Saturday raised money for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

No one is second fiddle in Cunningham Sisters

The Cunningham Sisters have been playing fiddle together for five years. The girls picked up classic violin lessons when they were around three years old.

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