William Woods closed out its Emerging Talent High School Show Thursday night with a reception and recognition of the winners. Read about more about the artwork and what inspired it.
A former branch manager of a Fulton company was sentenced in federal court this week for a $576,000 mortgage fraud and embezzlement scheme. She pleaded guilty in 2013.
St. Peter Catholic School forms school-wide living rosary in celebration of National Catholic Schools Week
St. Peter Catholic School formed a living rosary Wednesday morning after mass in honor of National Catholic Schools Week. Click to see photos.
The Missouri Senate voted 31-3 this morning to reject pay raises proposed last November by the Missouri Citizens Compensation Committee.
New Bloomfield, South Callaway students participate in Making Our Mark II program
South Callaway and New Bloomfield high school students worked together to learn about tobacco use and how it affects people. The program, Making Our Mark II, is an initiative of the Tobacco Free Missouri Youth Advocacy Board. Read more about the program and what the students thought.
A former branch manager of a central Missouri title company will serve two years and six months without parole for mortgage fraud and embezzlement.
The Callaway County Commission voted Tuesday morning to place a use tax measure on the April ballot.
Volunteer efforts continue to advance Fulton’s new animal shelter, as reported by Planning and Protective Services Director Les Hudson to the city council during its Tuesday night meeting.
A good deal of the discussion during Tuesday night’s regular Auxvasse Board of Aldermen meeting concerned a potential ordinance regulating outdoor wood furnaces.
Aldermen seats are uncontested
Incumbent Mayor Kevin Phares will face off against two challengers — Keith Clow and Charles Blue — on the April 7 ballot.
School gives preschoolers sneak peek at kindergarten classroom
KCA held a preschool open house and kindergarten orientation Tuesday night in the school’s gym. Current preschool students showed their parents what they know and sang songs. Click to see photos.
As WWU wraps up its high school art show, it prepares for its next exhibit featuring work of a St. Louis photographer. Westminster College will host an acrobatic group.
The Callaway County Extension Center will hold a series of financial education classes starting this week and continuing through May. Click to read more about the classes' topics and for information on how to register.
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission officials selected Michael Langelier to serve as the new resident inspector at the Callaway Energy Center. Langelier’s first day at the nuclear facility was Monday. Learn more about how Langelier's previous work experience will benefit him in his new role.
Students kick off Catholic Schools Week
St. Peter Catholic School students made a trip to the bowling alley as a special activity to kick off National Catholic Schools Week. Click to see photos.