Fulton Education Center’s new preschool had its first day Monday, Dec. 1. Click to see photos of students on the first day.
A New Bloomfield man started having a medical problem while he was driving in the 700 block of US 54 East Monday night, which caused him to run his 2011 Toyota Tundra off the left side of the road.
Visitors will pass by a fighter jet and yesteryear tanks to enter the Museum of Missouri Military History after its Dec. 7 grand opening at a new location.
Reid also mentioned to the Jefferson City board members that there might be a push to allow home-schooled children to play on public schools’ athletic teams and participate in other extracurricular activities.
Donations to go to Portland Community Center
Judi and Bob Plummer have a knack for transformation. For the Portland couple — married 59 years — it started while they were dating in the 1950s and would go “junking,” finding what others may have considered trash and making it something of their own. Their eye for seeing the potential in what others couldn’t is evident in their home, which they will soon open to the public for Christmas tours.
Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon has announced that he will call a special session of the General Assembly to provide funding for public safety efforts related to ongoing protests in Ferguson.
Highlights include capital improvement projects, city employee salary increase
The Fulton City Council accepted the city’s 2015 budget during its meeting on Tuesday. Jerry Sorte, assistant director of administration, said the budget was updated with minor changes — accounting for all vacant positions and updating 2013 audited numbers — since the council read the budget for the first time at its Oct. 28 meeting.
NEW BLOOMFIELD — The smells of Thanksgiving filled the lower level room of the United Methodist Church in New Bloomfield on Thursday. The scene just before 11 a.m. was typical for the holiday — a woman chopping onions, men and women keeping what’s already cooked hot, children setting out dessert and decorating the walls with images of turkeys, pilgrims and pumpkins.
Thanksgiving is traditionally about gathering with family and friends and enduring that iconic feast of turkey and all the fixings. Fulton Public Schools’ preschool and kindergarten students share their tips for how to prepare the main event of that feast, and whom they would invite to join them at the table. They also helped create disguises for turkeys out to avoid ending up as someone’s dinner. Kindergarten and first grade students at McIntire shared a Thanksgiving feast and Bartley second graders shared their knowledge of Native American tribes with their classmates and loved ones.
Court records show Dustin Felber, 30, is charged with first-degree robbery, first-degree assault and armed criminal action in Cole County.
Police responded to an armed robbery call just after 9 p.m. Tuesday
When officers arrived at Incentive Resale, located at 601 Airway Dr. in Fulton, a store clerk reported that someone with a long gun came into the store and demanded money from the store's register.
Temporary restraining order effective only 15 days from Nov. 25
Program coordinator: law enforcement enrollment increases
The National Animal Cruelty Investigations School has seen a rise in interest the past decade. A program coordinator attributes that increase to an increased awareness of animal cruelty and neglect issues.
Click to see photos from New Bloomfield Elementary's grandparent's day.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources issued Callaway Farrowing, LLC a permit for a hog farm with more than 10,000 hogs to operate in Callaway County. Opposition group Friends For Responsible Agriculture plan to appeal the permit's issuance.