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.
Scott Armstrong, who allegedly put a teenage boy in a choke hold last spring, will receive new trial date
The trial for Scott A. Armstrong, a Fulton man charged with third-degree assault after an incident with a minor, was originally set to start Thursday, but will be rescheduled to a later date.
The intersection of Grand Street and 13th Street will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday (Jan. 6-7). Residents should expect some traffic delay.
YMCA free classes aid common New Year's resolution
Feel the burn. That was the theme for patrons of free fitness classes Saturday morning. The YMCA of Callaway County offered classes in BODYPUMP, BODYCOMBAT, cycling and step to those who wanted to kick start their new year in good health.
Annual banquet to celebrate 90 years, includes creation of time capsule
The annual Fulton Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center banquet will have a unique twist this year. Jenny Bondurant, Westminster College, said the chamber’s 90-year history played an important role in the banquet brainstorming process, which concluded in the decision to create a time capsule.
Area youth now have the opportunity to pursue entrepreneurial opportunities thanks to a new program The Callaway Bank recently launched. The bank’s Youth Entrepreneur Program (YEP) was established for high-school age students interested in pursuing a project or business venture, but need help with funding. The YEP offers low-interest loans up to $1,000, according to a The Callaway Bank press release.
Scott A. Armstrong appears in Callaway County court this week
The trial for a Fulton man charged with third-degree assault after an incident involving a minor starts this week. Scott A. Armstrong, 37, allegedly put a teenage boy in a chokehold in March. He will appear in front of a jury at 9 a.m. on Jan. 8, according to Missouri’s online court records.
The long-time public servant reflects on career in office
New Year’s Eve marked not only the end of 2014, but also the 28-year career of Rosemary Gannaway as the Callaway County auditor.
With the holidays in the past, there might be Christmas trees still lingering in living rooms, and the city of Fulton has disposal solutions.
Two bank accounts have been set up at Central Bank in Fulton for the families affected by a fire just before Christmas. The Quick and Mahnken families shared a home that caught fire just before the holiday.
A Tebbetts man was killed after being hit by a truck that rolled back and hit him.
A look back on 2014 through the Fulton Sun’s favorite images
Before the new year begins tomorrow, the Fulton Sun reflected on 2014 and the best photos from the year. See what images made in our top ten list and more.
With the Callaway County Commission’s approval of its 2015 budget, the sheriff’s office and prosecuting attorney’s office will increase their staffing.