Callaway Singers choir performs holiday concert
Callaway Singers held their “Sendin’ You a Little Christmas” concert Thursday night. During the concert, one of the choir's members had a surprise proposal. Click to see photos.
William Woods University students Grace Fritz, Rachel Frabotta, Mariah Wheaton and Jim Ball were honored as outstanding students in their majors last month at the Missouri Association of Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance State Convention.
The city of New Bloomfield is looking for residents to join four different city committees — Finance and Economic Development, Planning and Zoning Commission, Public Safety/Police Board and Parks and City Beautification.
Men, women, young and old have pitched in to help SERVE, Inc. — a local organization that helps those in need — with organizing thousands of items for its annual Adopt-A-Family drive. The program brings Christmas to those who may otherwise not have the resources to do it themselves. There are still hundreds still needing their Christmas wishes granted, though. Click here for photos of volunteers at work and learn how to become involved.
School Board discusses gun legislation
The South Callaway R-II Board of Education unanimously approved a new facility rental agreement for the district at the its December meeting Wednesday night.
Some security personnel will be allowed to carry guns in Columbia schools if they meet certain requirements.
Police Chief Kevin Suedmeyer took a vacation day from his other job Tuesday night so he could attend the Auxvasse Board of Aldermen meeting.
With Christmas only three weeks away, SERVE’s annual Adopt-A-Family program is in need of some last-minute holiday help.
The National Transportation Safety Board has completed its preliminary report on a Nov. 17 plane crash at Fulton’s Hensley Memorial Airport.
Missouri Coalition for the Environment (MCE) filed a petition on Dec. 8 to intervene in the license renewal of Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center, according to MCE. The nuclear facility is expecting a decision from the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) on its application for a license renewal this month.
Westminster College's student government association, wellness center and peer health educators hosted stress relief activities including massages, make-your-own stress ball and make-you-own positive affirmation bracelet. Click to see photos.
Electrical problem traced to transformer cable, cause not yet found
Ameren Missouri’s Callaway Energy Center is back online after an electrical problem caused a turbine trip and a reactor trip that shut the plant down on Dec. 2.
Police looking for suspect
Casey's convenience store on north Business 54 reported an armed robbery to Fulton Police early Tuesday morning, according to a Fulton Police press release.
First Impressions show choir musical incorporates Broadway tunes
William Woods University's First Impressions group held its Broadway musical concert Monday night. Click to see photos from the show choir's rehearsal.
The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen unanimously voted to move forward with proposed changes to the city’s trash service Monday night. With the board’s vote, City Administrator Brian Crane and city staff can begin negotiations with Allied Waste Services to develop a five-year contract between the waste service provider and the city of Holts Summit.