Fulton Sun Local News


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.

Holts Summit Board votes yes for commercial zone change

The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen passed a bill that has been the main subject for debate since September.

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Once popular eatery location closes again

Restaurant shuts doors amid claims of financial stress

Winston’s Restaurant and Pub in Fulton officially closed its doors Sunday, Nov. 1.

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Chili cook off Saturday kicks off 2016 Relay for Life campaign

Approximately 80 people attended the event and 10 people participated in the chili competition.

Callaway County applications for LIHEAP assistance being accepted

Qualifying individuals can receive help through the cold winter months and into March.

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Drug search nets woman's arrest

Police and MUSTANG Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at a Fulton residence Friday.

FPD makes pair of arrests for active warrants

Fulton police made two arrests for active warrants Thursday and Friday.

Fulton women arrested on suspicion of child endangerment

Police arrested two Fulton women for endangering the welfare of a child.

Day-after-Thanksgiving declared state holiday

Gov. Jay Nixon issued an executive order to close state offices.

Fulton ranch owners opening petting zoo across from home

Kaitlyn and Jeffrey Giboney decided to open a petting zoo across the road from their Miller Creek Ranch home.

New Bloomfield man faces 18 years for child sex crimes

A New Bloomfield will spend 18 years behind bars for multiple child sex crimes.

NC students find science of ‘stink’ smelling good and paying off

Nikkya Sapp and Allison Blansett had a difficult time convincing their peers to take a whiff of their science experiment.

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MoDOT tabs New Hampshire man for director's job

Patrick McKenna will start Dec. 7.