Fulton Sun Local News


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Rezoning in Holts Summit gets tabled as questions arise

Following a heated public hearing Monday, the Holts Summit Board of Aldermen decided to table a bill that would rezone a one acre tract near Karen Drive.

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Addressing the new world order

Blunt sees emerging cybersecurity threats as top challenge

The cyber realm has created a new dimension of security threats because the source of cyber attacks is often unclear or misleading, Blunt said.

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No injuries in Fulton house fire

The Fulton Fire Department responded to a house fire Monday afternoon. There were five occupants inside the house when the fire began, but they were able to escape without injury.

Three Fulton residents in custody following burglary

Callaway County Sheriff’s deputies arrested three Fulton residents following a burglary investigation Saturday.

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Blunt speech kicks off start of Hancock Symposium

Westminster College students crowded the Coulter Science Center for U.S. Senator Roy Blunt’s speech Monday.

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Holts Summit residents sound off against proposed rezone

Residents of Holts Summit turned out in force to oppose a bill to rezone an acre of land on Karen Drive at the Board of Aldermen regular meeting Monday.

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Inspired to move forward

Akande sees challenges as gateways to significance

Westminster President Benjamin Ola Akande does not see barriers. Instead he sees the everyday challenges as gateways that will lead Westminster to significance.

Former Fulton firefighter recalls same issues on pay, equipment

Jason Salmons left his full-time position with the Fulton Fire Department about 15 years ago for what he says are the same issues the firefighters currently face — department management and fair pay.

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Fun in the sun

Caeli Dudenhoeffer, a sophomore at William Woods University, attempts to throw a lasso at the Student Activities Fair Thursday. The William Woods Western Club puts on events for the university’s equine department.

Annual state hospital fest sees different location, new entertainment

The Fulton State Hospital Foundation’s ninth annual Bluegrass & BBQ Festival will be held at a new location in Fulton this Sunday, with new performers added to the event’s entertainment lineup, according to hospital foundation board member Susan Groves.

Kingdom Christian Academy continues to evolve in new school year

Kingdom Christian Academy is ready for change.

"B" for Missouri business

A national business survey gave Missouri a “B” ranking in overall support for local businesses — an improvement in the state’s ranking since 2012.

Music on Main scheduled for Friday

Auxvasse is kicking off its second annual Music on Main event Friday night with country singer Neal McCoy as the headliner. Tickets are available prior to the event at the event website and at Casey’s General Store for $15 until Friday. After 3 p.m., tickets will be available at the gate for $20.

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New clerk, new warehouse and tax credits addressed by Fulton council

The Fulton City Council meeting commenced Tuesday with Director of Administration Bill Johnson swearing in the new city clerk, Courtney Crowson.

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Ward 2 councilman issues statement after Tuesday meeting

Fulton Ward 2 Councilman Lowe Cannell issued a statement to Fulton Sun late Tuesday night following the city council's Sept. 8 meeting,