Fulton Sun Local News


Two Fulton residents admit to stealing scrap metal from city water department

Two Fulton residents admitted to stealing scrap metal from the Fulton Water Department, according to a Fulton Police Department press release.

Moore’s Mill Battlefield closer to being listed as historic

The Moore’s Mill Battlefield in Calwood is one step closer to being listed on the National Register of Historic Places after the Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation unanimously voted for nomination Friday.

New Bloomfield FFA receives grant for trail project

The Missouri Department of Agriculture awarded the New Bloomfield R-III school district’s FFA chapter a $500 Building Our American Communities grant. The FFA chapter will use the money to help fund the next phase of its nature trail project.

Owls to visit William Woods

William Woods University will host a demonstration by the World Bird Sanctuary at 2 p.m. on Feb. 25 in Cutlip Auditorium.

'Art is Ageless' exhibition displays artwork of senior citizens

Local senior citizens will showcase their art work at Fulton Presbyterian Manor’s “Art is Ageless” exhibition Feb. 25-27.

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Fulton residents feast at first fish fry Friday

Knights of Columbus to serve hot meals throughout Lent

Knights of Columbus hosted its first fish fry of the 2015 Lenten season. Click for photos and for information on the group's next fish fry.

Winter fun show at WWU

William Woods University will host a Winter Fun Horse Show Feb. 27-March 2 in the UPHA arena.

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South Callaway students create exhibit to teach others about the Holocaust, genocide

South Callaway students in seventh and ninth grade hosted an exhibition of their history projects, which focused on the Holocaust and genocide, at the middle school on Thursday. Click to see photos from their exhibit.

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Fulton man arrested on multiple felony offenses

Callaway County deputies and investigators arrested Shane Vandelicht, 23, of Fulton on Friday for multiple felony offenses, which include five counts of stealing a motor vehicle, four counts of felony stealing, felony driving while revoked and felony resisting arrest.

New Bloomfield Proposition KIDS election committee to meet

Superintendent shares preliminary budget details with school board

The New Bloomfield Proposition KIDS (Keep Improving District Schools) election committee will meet for the first time on Monday. The committee will work to inform the community about the $2 million no-tax-increase bond issue, which the school board voted to put on April’s ballot to fund facility repairs in the district.

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Holts Summit Police discovers five young individuals involved in explosive-related crime

Two male adults, ages 17 and 18, and three juveniles could face consequences after placing a homemade explosive inside a mailbox on the 200 block of Venus Street in Holts Summit, according to Sgt. Marc Haycook with the Holts Summit Police Department.

Callaway County deputies assist Boone County deputies in vehicle pursuit

Callaway County deputies assisted Boone County deputies in a vehicle pursuit Thursday. The car chase started at about 2:25 a.m. Thursday when a Boone County deputy saw a vehicle run a red light near East Broadway and Keene Street.

Charges to be filed in Holts Summit explosive device investigation

Police will release additional information about the charges and investigation Thursday night

Charges will be filed in the Holts Summit explosive device investigation. Tonight, the Holts Summit Police Department will announce charges and arrests related to the investigation, which began last month after an explosive device was discovered inside a mailbox in the 200 block of Venus Street in Holts Summit.

Fulton seeks grant to decrease number of vacant homes

The city of Fulton is in preparation stages of applying for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) through the Missouri Department of Economic Development that would demolish vacant homes within city limits.

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South Callaway High School works to increase attendance at parent advisory meetings

Parent advisory meetings are new to the South Callaway school district this year. Click to read more about the opportunity the meetings provide parents and why the district implemented them this year.