The Fulton Kiwanis Club used the 13th anniversary of 9/11 as an opportunity to say “thank you” to Callaway County emergency officials during the organization’s regular meeting Thursday afternoon.
Visitors to the Central Missouri Renaissance Festival near Kingdom City will have many opportunities to learn a variety of skills: How to toss a caber, how to act like a pirate, the ins and outs of medieval armour, how to make lace.
At the Holts Summit Board of Aldermen's September meeting, the board signed a resolution of appreciation for the dedicated public services of Jason Michael. After serving on the Holts Summit Board of Alderman for six years, Michael resigned from his seat. Read more about why he resigned and his time in the community.
School district looks at MSIP, MAP results; FMS principal on need to improve: ‘We can do this’
Student achievement was a primary focus of Wednesday night’s Fulton School Board meeting.
The South Callaway R-II School District started parent advisory meetings this school year. Read about each school's upcoming meeting and other items discussed at the school board's September meeting.
The Auxvasse Police Department will soon be adding another tool to its arsenal — one to help with accountability.
The city of Fulton is taking on the task of constructing the new Garrett Animal Shelter interior, acting as the general contractor for the project.
Show Me Innovation Center opens its doors as remodeling continues
The Show Me Innovation Center hosted an open house Tuesday at its place of business located on Market Street.
City administrator requests additional options from Allied Services
At its meeting Monday, Sept. 8, the Holts Summit Board of Aldermen tabled board discussion and approval of Allied Waste Services' proposed contract. Click to read a resident's opinion on the waste-services proposal.
Jury trial for Fulton woman charged with abducting, beating, robbing woman leaving Walmart in 2012 begins today
The jury trial for a Fulton woman who allegedly beat and robbed a woman leaving the Fulton Walmart in October 2012 begins today.
Three Special Olympics athletes and three of their coaches presented to the public Monday at the Callaway County Public Library as part of the One READ program.
Holts Summit Board of Aldermen appointed a new alderman to fill the unexpired term of Jason Michael, who resigned in August.
The Callaway 2 Water District has issued a Boil Advisory in effect until further notice.
A fundraiser to pay for the funeral expenses of Dayne Simpson will be Sunday afternoon at Veterans Park in Fulton.
The New Bloomfield R-III School District saw a 15.4 percent increase in its Annual Performance Report (APR) from this last year to this year. The district earned 126.5 points out of 140 possible — 90.4 percent — this year, up from last year’s 105 points and 75 percent.