After a quarter century as a North Callaway educator, one of the district’s longest standing Thunderbird is ready to leave her roost.
The Missouri House has passed a $1.2 billion bonding initiative that would finance construction and repairs at public buildings across the state.
Preparations to implement an online registration system are nearly complete for the Fulton Public School District.
Before it’s even started, the Callaway County Youth Expo has a new home.
The featured speaker to the 2013 graduating class at Westminster College in Fulton Saturday will be Don Tomnitz, president and CEO of D.R. Horton, Inc., of Dallas, America’s largest home construction firm.
During the recent income tax filing season, 11 Callaway County retired volunteer tax preparers collected more than $700,000 in refunds for 463 Callaway County senior citizens.
Gov. Jay Nixon this morning promised to "reduce staff and services accordingly — including making the necessary layoffs — effective July 1" if lawmakers pass the state's budget in its current form.
The two speakers at William Woods University’s undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies May 11 know the school from first-hand experience.
Crews work 24 hours until Memorial Day
To meet a goal of painting new lane lines and no-passing zones on highways by Memorial Day, the Missouri Department of Transportation will stripe Central Missouri roads 24 hours a day until the end of the month.
Callaway County hunters harvested 710 turkeys during the spring turkey season, the third highest county number in Missouri.
The 10th annual Fulton Street Fair kicked off Tuesday night during Business After Hours at Serenity Valley Winery, and those in attendance who bought their street fair buttons got more bang for their two bucks this year.
Strung out along Route Z in Callaway County, about 20 men from St. Louis, California and Oregon participated in the “Walk to Make a Difference for the Homeless” early Monday morning.
If all goes according to plan he Fulton Public School District plans to add five kindergarten, middle school and special education teachers in next year’s budget.
A Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) plan to build a $32.8 million road between Fulton and the Callaway Energy Center’s nuclear power plant is not included in the department’s proposed five-year $32.3 million transportation improvement program for Callaway County.
For the past two months SERVE, The Callaway Bank and C&R Market have joined forces to collect one ton of food or the monetary equivalent as part of the Full-Ton Challenge.