Pink and green balloons, white table cloths, retirement table decorations, sweets and drinks adorned the Fulton City Council chambers Monday afternoon to celebrate Fulton City Clerk Carolyn Laswell’s last day after serving the city for 22.5 years.
Fulton Cub Scouts Pack 50 splashed away the summer heat Monday evening at Memorial Park to kick off upcoming scout recruitment events.
An affidavit for a Missouri statute passed in August 2014 has created a disconnect between Callaway County school district officials and the School Board Association.
Residents of New Bloomfield can now purchase convenience items locally since the city’s Dollar General opened its doors for business Wednesday afternoon.
Fulton seeks fair compensation for all employees, officials say
After the Fulton City Council voted to increase the wages for starting firefighters, disagreements remain on the appropriate wages for firefighters.
A Missouri Highway Patrol trooper died in the line of duty Friday morning in Audrain County.
The Callaway County Assessors launched their new website containing personal property tax records yesterday.
Truck catches fire shortly after transmission stalling
A Dodge Ram 1500 caught fire yesterday outside of the John C. Harris Community Center. Fulton Firefighters responded and were able to quickly put out the flames.
Judge denies motion to dismiss lawsuit over hog farm
Cole County Circuit Judge Daniel Green has denied a motion to dismiss a lawsuit involving a permit to approve a 10,000-hog Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) in Kingdom City.
The Fulton Board of Education held a special session Wednesday evening for a public hearing on the proposed tax rates for fiscal year 2016 and tax year 2015.
A 31-year-old Audrain County woman pleaded guilty to being involved in the murders of an Auxvasse man and his daughter in September 2011.
Ameren Missouri has wrapped up construction on its new dry cask storage facility and will move spent fuel from the fuel pool for storage in the new system this week. The system, which has taken the company four years to complete, is to provide additional storage for spent fuel outside of the fuel pool. The storage facility is capable of storing 48 canisters of spent fuel assemblies, which are comprised of fuel rods containing uranium pellets (about the size of a multi-vitamin). Each assembly can contain 144 fuel rods — each canister will be able to hold 37 spent fuel assemblies. It only takes five of the pellets to provide electricity to a home for a year.
Seeking a modern new look, the Fulton Dairy Queen is engaged in a remodeling project to keep the facilities up to date.
Fulton City Hall saw a near capacity crowd show up Tuesday night in support of the city’s firefighters. Firefighters and families voiced concerns about the low pay and working without a contract.
On Tuesday at just before 1:30 a.m., Jefferson City police attempted to stop the driver of a vehicle who was known to have a municipal warrant for her arrest.