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Fulton Sun Year in review Nov.-Dec. 2018

Fulton Sun Year in review Nov.-Dec. 2018

January 8th, 2019 in Local News

Wearing golden capes, members of the Fulton High School marching band strut down Fifth Street during the 2018 Christmas parade. Locals lining the streets waved to their friends and family.

Nov. 1

Brick District trick or treat happens in Fulton downtown.

Caregiver Givens charged in four-year-old's death.

Nov. 2

Sen. Riddle recounts honor of serving the people.

Johnson, wanted Fulton woman, apprehended.

Nov. 4

Soup kitchen finds temporary digs.

Law officers arrest Smith, Kingdom City man in felony drug investigation.

Nov. 6

Lt. Col. Acree to speak on Veterans Day.

MDC, partners net 7,339 feral hogs in state.

Tighe, felon, arrested with loaded gun.

Nov. 7

Election results: Jungermann, Fitzwater, Riddle win re-election.

Nov. 8

Gladman won't be sworn in as collector until March.

Murrell arrested on domestic assault charges.

Nov. 9

Lancaster goes to court for biting a Fulton police officer. Sentenced to multiple charges.

Nov. 11

Purple Heart veteran Byler reflects on service.

Feeding New Bloomfield: Classmates open food pantry.

Nov. 13

Sheriff: Rural crime tied to drug traffic.

Williamsburg students honor vets.

Nov. 14

New Workforce Development Training Center kicks off welding program.

Nov. 15

Cost of recycling has city at the mercy of collector.

Fulton Kiwanis club celebrates 95 years.

Nov. 16

Crashes kill three county residents over two days.

FMS admins explain behavior issue plan.

Nov. 18

Chamber director recaps 2018 accomplishments.

New Madrid threat leaves generals quaking.

Nov. 20

Brit director visits Churchill museum, discusses Brexit.

Former collector's office stolen money to be repaid by surety bond company.

Nov. 21

Darrel Wilmsmeyer of Kingdom Feed helps Callaway humane society give dogs warm nests.

Three Fulton men — Patton, Kemp and Shaver — arrested after burglary investigations.

Nov. 23

Communication systems for deputies go digital.

WWU riders shine bright at Color Breed Congress.

Auxvasse pair arrested in storage unit thefts.

Nov. 25

Festival of lights, field of joy.

Nov. 27

Superintendents applaud Vandeven as DESE commissioner choice.

50th anniversary of Vietnam battle brings surprise reunion.

Nov. 28

"Shop with a Hero' coming soon.

Retired general discusses leadership traits.

Nov. 29

Soldiering on: Huff runs for his recently deceased friend.

Residents escape fire at 'perennial issue' duplex.

Nov. 30

City continues to look for recycling solution.

Dec. 2

Neighbors wonder what's next for Sixth Street problem house.

California fire decimates family of Westminster student.

Dec. 4

Vehicle repair sparks garage fire on Route Z.

Library to come for Holts Summit.

Dec. 5

Fulton remembers George HW Bush trip to Westminster.

White, Feltner charged with child sex crimes.

Dec. 6

Bierdeman-Fike award nominees announced.

Appeals court orders retrial on sodomy count against Adams.

Dec. 7

Settlement terms finalized in DeBrodie civil case.

Hutchason arrested on six warrants after report of suspicious activity.

Dec. 9

Christmas parade dashes by.

Dec. 11

"A World Without Walls:" Reagan's 1990 visit to Westminster recalled.

Poulsen charged with smuggling cocaine into jail.

Four arrested after attack with machete.

New Bloomfield home destroyed in fire.

Dec. 12

Students get a fuzzy new classmate.

Davis, a convicted felon, arrested with gun.

Dec. 13

Area golf clubs facing financial obstacles.

Local officials talk road priorities.

Dec. 14

FPS expansion floated.

Old city warehouse faces day of reckoning.

FPS, South Callaway districts receive clean audits.

Dec. 16

Connie Cashion receives Jane Bierdeman-Fike Humanitarian Award.

Officers respond to threat at New Bloomfield High School.

Holts Summit alderman resigns.

Dec. 18

County budget nearing completion.

Dec. 19

'Prairie Godmother' Pat Jones passes away.

Fulton man Moore pleads guilty to 2016 charges.

Holts Summit police chief recovers after motorcycle accident.

Dec. 20

SERVE helps families in need with Christmas bonanza.

Holts Summit city administrator resigns.

Dec. 21

County insurer to pay millions in DeBrodie settlement.

Bartley elementary choir sings hearts out.

Dec. 23

Health care mergers draw scrutiny.

Dec. 26

Lee arrested after vehicle theft and forgery.

FMS students join Global Gingerbread Challenge.

Dec. 27

No holiday accident reported over four-day weekend.

Tebbetts man arrested on felony warrant.

Dec. 28

Chamber is all about job training, partnerships and events.

Three county officials sworn in.

Dec. 30

State lags by $378,000 in jail payments for housing prisoners.

Callaway presiding commissioner Jungermann takes a look back at 2018.