Callaway cancellations and closures for Monday, March 3
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Former Fulton Daily Sun editor Joe Link to serve as Kingdom Supper guest of honor this month
Fulton native Joe Link has spent his career telling other peoples’ stories.
They’ll need some help to make it happen, but the Callaway Tourism Board wants to make it easier for visitors to find their way around town.
The chili cookoff to benefit the National Guard soldiers and their families, scheduled for Sunday, March 2, at the Fulton Armory, has been canceled because of the weather.
Winston Churchill biographer, great-grandchildren arrive in Fulton for reception, preparation for Kemper Lecture
Churchillians near and far gathered tonight to honor one of the greatest leaders of the 20th century — Winston Churchill.
A Fulton man who, the Highway Patrol reported, was “on the roadway,” was listed in critical condition Saturday at University Hospital, after he was hit by a tractor-trailer rig.
At the prompting of the Holts Summit Police Department, the Callaway County Commission voted this week to purchase the necessary equipment for the Emergency Operations Center to communicate with the public safety organizations across the state.
Released money includes Capitol repairs
According to Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori, presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church, USA, science and religion have more in common than most people would think.
Callaway County emergency personnel are working double time to promote emergency awareness next week.
A facility that is more than two decades old stocked with aging equipment has led to a series of small but expensive projects at the Callaway County Jail recently.
About 17 people spent Wednesday afternoon helping Central Missouri Community Action (CMCA) better address poverty in Callaway County.
The storefront at 505 Nichols St. is unassuming, but anyone who’s crossed its threshold since Monday has walked into Fulton’s first downtown market in more than 10 years.
Selling most of current carts would save money long-term in maintenance
Fulton golfers might be getting around in new rides this spring.