Leland Nichols has dedicated most of his life to science, but over the past four years the Fulton man has transformed into a writer, penning his first novel titled, “The Ruby.”
As the time to Nov. 4 decreases, two familiar faces vying for the 49th House District have popped up on T.V. screens among the slew of political ads. Travis Fitzwater, Republican candidate from Holts Summit, and Gracia Backer, Democratic candidate from New Bloomfield, both have their eyes on the seat that represents western and southern portions of Callaway County and a small portion of Cole County.
Sir Winston’s Restaurant closed its doors at the end of operating hours yesterday.
St. Peter School held a technology night for students and their parents Tuesday. About a month ago, the school put chromebooks in the hands of each third through eighth grader.
The Fulton City Council held no discussion of the 2015 proposed budget before giving it a first reading at the council’s Tuesday night meeting. It will need a second and third reading for final passage.
Before they took their seats in Fulton City Hall Tuesday, the council, city administration, department supervisors and more gathered around a burning fire. They were not toasting marshmallows, but to a business development milestone for Fulton.
Westminster College is seeking public comments about itself as part of the school’s periodic evaluation by its regional accrediting agency.
Starting this week, Ameren Missouri customers will receive a different monthly statement than they are used to. Customers will now receive a full page, monthly energy statement that will take the place of their traditional postcard bill.
The Callaway Community Hospital Auxiliary hosted its fall card party fundraiser Monday afternoon at the Callaway Electric Co-Op building. Read more about where the money raised goes.
The Callaway County United Way gave SERVE, Inc. a check last week to further help the 26 Holts Summit families who were displaced by the Oct. 3 Evergreen Apartments fire.
The Fulton Rotary Club is collecting books that will be given to approximately 150 foster children in Callaway County.
Ronald Reed, 70, was pronounced dead at the Fulton Reception and Diagnostic Center Thursday.
Marianne Chapman tied a green ribbon around the big tree in her front yard Saturday — the 11th anniversary of her daughter Angie’s disappearance.
The Callaway County Commission may have little power over a potential 10,000-hog farm coming to the county, Presiding Commissioner Gary Jungermann said.
Halloween came a little early for patrons of the Growing Years Child Development Center's fall festival on Friday.