The ninth annual Frogs and Hogs festival kicked off Friday as motorcycle enthusiasts poured into Mokane and cooks tested their skills in the “Wing Ding” cookoff.
Summer break has meant a lot of hard work for one Fulton native this year. Mark Jacobsen, a 2010 graduate of Fulton High School, has spent the past several months working as a technical apprentice with the Santa Fe Opera.
Hanna Taylor’s competitive streak wouldn’t let her give up when a judge dismissed her aspiring business as a “nice hobby.”
Patrons asked to approve up to $6 million for district improvements
The North Callaway School Board unanimously approved to put a bond issue on the November ballot during Thursday night's regular meeting.
Kathy Forck was not guilty of trespassing on Planned Parenthood’s Columbia clinic property, Boone County Circuit Judge Gary Oxenhandler ruled Thursday.
The Callaway County United Way has announced that Cliff and Lois Nevins will serve as Honorary Campaign Chairpersons for the Fall 2014 annual campaign.
Friends say Mike Beahon ‘epitomized’ the Rotary motto
“He lived the (Rotary) motto of ‘Service above self.’” Some version of that description of Mike Beahon has been uttered multiple times since the local community leader — and longtime Rotarian — passed away Sunday.
The South Callaway School Board discussed options for a new drug, alcohol and tobacco policy at its meeting Wednesday night. Students participating in athletics and other extra curricular activities are currently withheld from games or activities based on calendar days, but the board is assessing how to move forward with a penalization based on percentage.
A Fulton man was arrested for drug possession and a Fayette man was taken into custody at the same residence Wednesday for illegally possessing a gun.
Fulton police arrested a man today they believe is responsible for an armed robbery earlier this week at Carver Park.
Two men from Mexico are facing charges after being pulled over by Callaway County Sheriff’s Office at around 2:35 a.m. today.
A Fulton man was arrested around 2 a.m. today after allegedly leading Fulton police on a short pursuit, which involved the suspect crashing his vehicle into a trailer.
After being disappointed by legislative efforts at bolstering state meals programs statewide, the Silver Haired Legislature once more has identified the issue as a priority for the year during a recent meeting.
For the second consecutive meeting, Callaway County Ambulance District Director Charles Anderson spoke to the board of directors regarding several bills passed during the 2014 Missouri legislative session that would give sales tax breaks to certain special interests.
With about 52 percent of the vote, Megan Haas will take her spot on the board for the first time after Tuesday’s runoff election.