Fulton’s Veterans Lake Park stocked with rainbow trout
The Missouri Department of Conservation filled Veterans Park Lake with 800 rainbow trout this past weekend.
A 31-year-old man from Maine was arrested early Friday morning for possessing a large quantity of marijuana and paraphernalia, according to a press release from the Fulton Police Department.
Despite an early morning rain, hundreds of children and parents arrived in downtown Fulton.
Akande inducted to collegiate presidency
Alumni, faculty, staff and others gathered to welcome Akande to the Westminster family Saturday.
Roadwork in Callaway County is scheduled starting Monday.
Janet O’Neal and her family look forward to Halloween because they live next to the Hams Prairie Cemetery.
“Thou Mayest.” is the theme for Westminster College’s TEDx event to be held Saturday, Nov. 7.
The inauguration of Dr. Benjamin Ola Akande as the 21st President of Westminster College will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday.
Optimist Club serving lunch, dinner prior to FHS playoff
Lee Fritz, vice president of the Fulton Breakfast Optimist Club, prepares fish Thursday for the group’s Fish Fry Friday.
The 2015 tax bills will be mailed Nov. 1 and need to be returned by Dec. 31.
“Neither of us believed in ghosts,” Marie admitted. “He laughed and he said, ‘I guess we have a ghost.’ I laughed and I said, ‘Yeah, I guess. I don’t know who it could be.’”
A bill that would allow Auxvasse residents to own chickens ran its course at the Board of Aldermen’s regular meeting Tuesday.
Proposed increase advances to second reading at the Nov. 10 city council meeting.
Students learn basics of crime scene investigation, journalism and courtroom procedures; possible advancement to state competition pending.
Curb-side recycling might be in the works for Holts Summit residents