When Kathy Potter moved to Fulton, she said she was realistic about the lack of opportunities to pursue her passion — theater.
With some input from new member Tom Henage, the Auxvasse Board of Aldermen now has a clear plan of where it wants to go with its ordinance regarding RVs inside city limits.
An Auxvasse man pleaded not guilty to murder and assault charges this week.
A Holts Summit man has been identified as the person whose remains were found more than a month ago in Jefferson City.
After three months, the Celia Commemoration and Jane Bierdeman-Fike Humanitarian Award ceremony has been rescheduled.
Those who sign up would receive shut-off notices for delinquent accounts
A preliminary ordinance that would make landlords and renters alike responsible for late utility bills was considered at the Fulton Utility Board’s monthly meeting Monday.
Two Kingdom City farmers have earned a $2,500 grant for SERVE, Inc.
Friends and neighbors are rallying around a North Callaway youth who was seriously injured in an accident Feb. 14.
Legislative plan expected to have shorter timeline, lower interest costs
House Budget Chairman Rick Stream plans to unveil Monday an alternative funding proposal to rebuild Fulton State Hospital (FSH), which he says will protect taxpayers and finish the project on a similar timeline as Gov. Jay Nixon’s bonding proposal.
A female was transported to a Jefferson City hospital early today after she jumped off the Missouri River Bridge, landing on the ground below.
Loafer’s Week, for 53 years held the week of President’s Day, this year will take place the last week of March.
North Callaway will be going from 174 school days and a total of 1,058 instruction hours in 2013-14 to 1,064 instruction hours and 168 student attendance days for 2014-15.
Board members, administrators discuss a new grant, 2014 fiscal year budget, greenhouse
Much of the discussion at the New Bloomfield Board of Education meeting Thursday was financially motivated.
Event to benefit university’s efforts with Lakota children
William Woods University’s Project 123 students are asking Callaway County “Kids Hoo Care” to attend a special day camp this weekend to benefit some of the poorest children in the country.
"I feel like I'm playing a giant game of Dungeons & Dragons," said William Woods University Behavioral and Social Science Chair Shawn Hull as he jotted down statistics on a pad of paper.