City to cease requiring deposit for new customers
The City of New Bloomfield will no longer require a utility security deposit from new customers and current customers will receive a refund. In other news, the police department hired another reserve officer and is still looking to hire two more.
While the National Work Zone Awareness Week kicks off today, the Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) started its statewide Work Zone Awareness Week with a commencement event Monday in Jefferson City. Learn more about the week.
Fulton man charged with assault after alleged incident with minor last spring will have pre-trial conference April 6
The pretrial conference for Scott A. Armstrong, a Fulton man charged with third-degree assault after an incident with a minor last spring, is set for April 6.
Joyce Epperson has led her life with open arms and open ears. As a mother, crisis response team member and medical first responder, the Fulton woman has cared for a countless number of people by listening to their woes and offering them hugs. She’s done this in various situations — at home with neighborhood children, car accidents and death scenes. Her hugs know no race, color, gender or economic status.
KPI holds quarterly pound sale to benefit its employees, mission
Kingdom Projects, Inc., a non-profit sheltered workshop that provides employment to disabled residents of Callaway County, hosted a pound sale on Saturday to benefit its employees and mission.
New Bloomfield voters will have the opportunity to ask questions about a $2 million no-tax-increase bond issue that will appear on the April ballot. The New Bloomfield Proposition KIDS (Keep Improving District Schools) election committee is hosting a forum Thursday night to discuss the bond issue and answer questions.
Incumbents Dennis Depping and Kristi Donohue were the only Fulton School Board candidates — out of a field of seven — to participate in the Fulton Community Teachers Association’s (FCTA) candidate forum Thursday night.
Two Fulton residents were arrested Friday morning after police allegedly discovered drugs following a vehicle search.
Missouri senators have passed a bill to use $200 million in bonds for repairs to state buildings and some new construction.
District hopes to add part-time IT coordinator
The New Bloomfield school district is looking to add a teacher and designate a current teacher to serve as an IT coordinator next school year.
Two Fulton residents were arrested after Fulton Police conducted a narcotics search warrant at the Westwood Motel in Fulton on Thursday.
Jerrie Bell’s commitment to service spans more than two decades, and in that time she’s advocated for a group of people she said can be overlooked — victims.
A Fulton man suffered serious injuries after crashing into another vehicle on Route Z in Boone County Tuesday.
After months of meetings and research, the Wellness Committee made a presentation at Tuesday night’s Callaway County Ambulance Board meeting.
Only three candidates confirmed to attend
The Fulton Community Teachers Association is hosting its annual School Board Candidate Forum at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Fulton High School commons area.