The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen saw a counter offer of a potential waste service provider contract for the city at its meeting Monday night. Read more about the counter offer and how it compares to the city's original proposed contract.
Award recipients for TAP and TEAP programs announced
The Missouri Department of Transportation awarded the Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) and the Transportation Engineering Assistance Program (TEAP) award to three cities — including Holts Summit, according to a press release.
Local woman shares passion for baking, cooking with business
Life is sweet for Cherie Rutter. The owner of Cherie’s Cake Boutique and Tea Room in Millersburg has lived much of her life in the kitchen, experimenting with this or that. In her preteen years she started baking cookies and pies, and she has fond memories of her father baking birthday cakes.
HOLTS SUMMIT — Holts Summit police launched an investigation Saturday after an explosive device was discovered inside a mailbox that morning. An elderly woman called Callaway Joint Communications around 10 a.m. after finding the device inside her mailbox located in the 200 block of Venus Street in Holts Summit, according to Sgt. Marc Haycook with the Holts Summit Police Department.
Nearly 900,000 people who paid fines for red-light camera tickets in Missouri can apply for partial refunds under a proposed settlement of a class action lawsuit.
Local backers now have the opportunity to invest in the North Callaway R-I Schools. According to a press release, the district’s board of education has instructed its municipal bond underwriter, L.J. Hart and Company of St. Louis, to make the $6 million general obligation bond issue available to local individual and institutional investors.
Four community members received awards at the chamber banquet Thursday night at Westminster College. Read about the award recipients.
A Wednesday night fire damaged a mobile home in Calwood and left a firefighter injured.
A new judge will hear the case against a mid-Missouri county prosecutor charged with drunken driving in an accident that injured four people when he reportedly backed his truck into a Columbia bar.
Board will vote on whether or not to put bond issue on spring ballot next week
The New Bloomfield R-III Board of Education discussed the district’s facility repairs wish list at its work session Wednesday. At its regular meeting on Thursday, Jan. 15, the board will decide if it wants to put a $2 million no-tax-increase bond issue on the spring ballot to fund repairs.
Fulton School District holds Disney Day during spirit week
This week is spirit week for the Fulton district, pumping up students, staff and faculty for the winter homecoming basketball games against Mexico on Friday night. Wednesday was Disney Day. Click to see photos.
William Woods University’s art department is offering area high school students the opportunity to be showcased at the college’s “Emerging Talent High School Show.”
The church is holding its annual instructional basketball league now through Feb. 28 for third through fifth grade boys and girls. Children can sign up through Jan. 20.
Two members of the New Bloomfield R-III Schools Board of Education have re-filed for their seats. The terms for School Board of Education President Terri Sweeten and member Russ Weyland are both up this April, meaning there are two positions open for three-year terms.
Fulton bookstore moves across Court street to new location
The bookstore, which has been located at 519 Court Street for more than two years, is moving across the street to a smaller location at 530 Court Street. Click to read why the store decided to move.