City advances sidewalk project, reappoints resident to Planning and Zoning Commission
The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen advanced a slew of ordinances related to outdoor projects at its regular meeting Monday night. Furthermore, the board reappointed a member of the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission — resulting in the commission remaining full for the first time in several years. Click to read more about the projects and the city's P and Z Commission.
An accident involving a four-wheel all-terrain vehicle resulted in the death of a Fulton man Sunday, according to a Fulton Police press release.
If nuclear plant is granted license extension, environmental group plans to appeal decision
The NRC Commission members began casting their votes regarding the Callaway Energy Center’s license renewal application. So far, one vote is in. If the commission grants the license renewal, the Missouri Coalition for the Environment plans to appeal the decision.
The Fulton Missouri Disc Golfers and other disc golf enthusiasts hit Fulton’s course in Veterans Park Saturday for a fundraiser, which benefited Our House: Caring for Callaway’s Homeless. Click to see photos from the event.
Committee awaits updated design sketch
Plans for a veterans plaza in Holts Summit are moving forward. The plaza will include a wall of veterans’ names and flags representing military branches, and will be located on Justice Drive behind Holts Summit’s city hall.
Ameren Missouri's nuclear power plant operated at reduced power after detecting an electrical issue last weekend
Ameren Missouri's Callaway Energy Center is once again operating at full power, as of Friday morning. The nuclear power plant reduced its power output last Saturday, Jan. 31. An Ameren Missouri spokesperson said the plant did so as a precautionary measure after detecting an electrical issue.
The Foster Grandparent Program, operating under the umbrella of Central Missouri Community Action, is in need of seniors age 55 and older to serve as mentors and tutors for at-risk children and youth.
Thomas Kochtanek, associate professor of information science at the University of Missouri, will speak at William Woods University on Feb. 9 about South Africa and the access to information about the country’s struggle from apartheid to democracy.
William Woods University has been chosen by the National Strength and Conditioning Association to host a workshop to prepare participants for its Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist test.
Commission to re-apply for state grant
The Callaway County Commission is re-applying for a state grant in order to maintain a victim advocate for the 13th Circuit Court’s juvenile system.
New internship program is being piloted this spring, to launch in fall 2015
Fulton State Hospital (FSH) and Westminster College have partnered to create a new, year-long internship for undergraduate students studying psychology at the college. The hospital is working to provide undergraduates in this new internship program a comparable experience to the hospital’s graduate internship program.
Event focuses on science, technology, engineering and math
McIntire Elementary held a S.T.E.A.M night Thursday. The night was filled with activities focusing on science, technology, engineering and math. Click to see photos
Michael Ward, director of the C.S. Lewis Centre at Oxford University, will deliver the third annual C.S. Lewis Legacy Lecture at Westminster College on Feb. 26.
Bartley, Bush receive Missouri Exemplary Professional Learning Community Schools Award
Two Fulton elementary schools have been recognized by the state for their efforts in school improvement.
School and law-enforcement officials evacuated the vocational agriculture department at Fulton High School on Thursday afternoon after a reported bomb threat.