Fulton State Hospital employees and members of the public gathered Tuesday at the Missouri School for the Deaf to learn more about issues facing the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) community.
New dates to be determined in Pamela Carter, Jacie Coari cases
Two Central Missouri women arrested on unrelated charges will have their days in court at a later date.
Voters will decide how they pay for mandatory upgrades to treatment plant
Fulton voters can control how their rates will be affected by a number of mandatory upgrades to the city’s wastewater treatment facility over the coming years.
Less than half of tax credits money pays for housing construction
Kingdom Supper to honor Martin Northway’s with Distinguished Service Award for efforts on Gray Ghost Trail
For his efforts to remind and educate area residents about Callaway County’s role during the Civil War, local historian Martin Northway is being recognized with the Distinguished Service Award during the Kingdom of Callaway Supper on March 25.
The University of Missouri Extension Center hosted its first ever beef reproduction field day Saturday.
Sam Santhuff stepped off the elevator and onto the ninth floor of St. Louis Children’s Hospital wearing his “Super Sam” T-shirt and shiny red cape. He walked the same steps, wearing the same outfit, many times before. But this time was different.
Fulton NAACP, Youth Life Improvement Association bring back traditional event
A longtime tradition that has been on hiatus makes its return March 22.
Callaway County Health Department officials stressed the importance of food preparedness in case of an emergency yesterday during a demonstration at the Callaway County Public Library. The event was in conjunction with Severe Weather Week.
Jessica Binkley said art has brought creativity to her life even at her young age.
For local Christians the Lenten season is a time of reflection and sacrifice as churches prepare for Easter — the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection.
The digitalization of court records has proven cost-effective for Callaway County.
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has announced that Ernest Garrett has been selected to head the Missouri School for the Deaf.
A Calwood couple lost its home to fire in February, but family and friends have not lost hope.
Group now Fulton Area Chamber of Commerce & Visitor’s Center
Effective immediately, the Kingdom of Callaway Chamber of Commerce has a new name.