Fulton Sun Local News


Commission required to release handwritten notes of tours

The Missouri Clean Water Commission was required to supply Friends of Responsible Agriculture with copies of handwritten notes taken during tours of two Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs).

Leaves piling up in Fulton’s stormwater drains

With fall leaves piling up in yards and blowing into streets, citizens, the city of Fulton’s stormwater drains are receiving much of the debris.

Fulton schools receive 30K gift, discuss new logo for high school

Fulton Schools received a special gift at Wednesday night’s school board meeting.

Sun deliveries delayed

Printing delays created by power surges last night

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A show of thanks

The Callaway County Historical Society honored 55 veterans Wednesday.

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Hometown hero makes good

Graduate of NBHS, Westminster, Skaggs completes 25 years of service

Graduate of NBHS, Westminster, Skaggs completes 25 years of service.

Fulton police grow beards for local cancer foundation

The Fulton police department is participating in its first No-Shave November to help fight cancer.

Fulton fire officials look to council for truck repairs

Fulton Fire Department officials expressed their concerns for the condition of their 25-year-old truck.

Suspect arrested for social media threats at MU; authorities say Columbia campus remains safe

University of Missouri Police (MUPD) have apprehended the suspect who posted threats to campus on YikYak and other social media last night.

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A time to remember and respect

Local VFW Post dedicates efforts to appreciate vets, serve community

Fulton’s Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2657 has a long history of service.

Rollover injures two north of Fulton Tuesday

A rollover accident on U.S. Highway 54 north of Fulton Tuesday afternoon injured two people

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Campaign makes stop in Auxvasse

Catherine Hanaway (left), a candidate for Missouri governor, visited with Kenny Brinker in Auxvasse.

Fulton council hears of proposed city taxicab service

Fulton residents will soon have another method of transportation, as a new taxicab service was approved.

Andrews named as new Westminster VP and Dean of Enrollment

Westminster College has a new Vice President and Dean of Enrollment.

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Local events set to honor veterans Tuesday and Wednesday

Veterans Day events are scheduled throughout the community over the next two days.