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Four arrested for drugs over weekend

Published Oct. 16 2018

Several large drug arrests were made over the weekend by Callaway County Sheriff's deputies.

Massachusetts MGM casino earns $27M during 1st month open

Published Oct. 16 2018

BOSTON (AP) — MGM has reported nearly $27 million in revenue during the first full month of operation at its...

Out in the cold

Published Oct. 16 2018

Despite chilly temperatures, area supporters of the LGBT community turned out for youth support group Richard's Family's first-ever fundraiser.

Westminster College, CARDV partner for new initiative

Published Oct. 16 2018

Westminster College and the Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence are introducing a new resource for college students.

KC-area author to speak on colonial cannibalism at WWU

Published Oct. 16 2018

A Kansas City-area author and professor whose first book examined how the early European settlers of North America used the...

Nominations open for humanitarian award

Published Oct. 16 2018

Nominations are open for the 2018 Jane Bierdeman-Fike Humanitarian Award.

Young scientists share research

Published Oct. 16 2018

Evidently, science and wine is a potent mixture.

Versailles man pleads guilty in federal firearms case

Published Oct. 16 2018

A Versailles man who stole nine firearms during the burglary of a Versailles pawn shop pleaded guilty in federal court...

Katy Trail State Park hosts informational meeting

Published Oct. 16 2018

The Katy Trail State Park hosts an annual informational meeting about the mid-eastern section of the trail 1-2 p.m. Oct....

Drought eases slightly in Callaway

Published Oct. 14 2018

Fulton Sun staff reportFor now, it appears Callaway County’s drought status is on the mend.For much of the late summer,...

FPS joins health insurance group

Published Oct. 14 2018

By Helen Wilbershelen@fultonsun.comFulton Public Schools’ Board of Education voted Wednesday to leave the school’s old model of health insurance behind.

FPS Special Olympics athletes recognized

Published Oct. 14 2018

Fulton Public Schools’ Board of Education recognized students for a variety of reasons recently. The majority pictured above participated in...

Brick District to kick off holiday season

Published Oct. 13 2018

The Fulton Brick District announced the annual Holiday Sneak Peak will be Nov. 2-3 in downtown Fulton.

CWD meeting planned

Published Oct. 13 2018

JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Department of Conservation invites deer hunters, property owners and others to a special public meeting...

Drought eases slightly in Callaway

Published Oct. 13 2018

For now, it appears Callaway County's drought status is on the mend.

Investigations, search warrants yield 5 arrests

Published Oct. 12 2018

Callaway County Sheriff's Department deputies wound up the week with several search warrants executed and five arrests made.

Reading levels raising concern

Published Oct. 12 2018

Some students at Bartley Elementary are having a tougher time than others.

Fulton police set drug take back

Published Oct. 12 2018

The Fulton Police Department staff is participating in the DEA National Drug Takeback Day.

Software enforces homework habits

Published Oct. 12 2018

Students are talking about it in the halls.

53-mile chase through Mid-Missouri ends with St. Louis man's arrest

Published Oct. 11 2018

A St. Louis man wanted for a felony parole violation and other charges led Boone County sheriff's deputies and law...

Get to know your ballot measure: Passage of Prop C would allow medical marijuana

Published Oct. 11 2018

The state's general election is Nov. 6. This November, Callaway residents will see four Constitutional Amendments and Propositions B, C...

Proclaimed a hero

Published Oct. 11 2018

He came for a proclamation, but when 13-year-old Langdon Gray left the Fulton City Council chambers Tuesday night, his arms...

Council passes first reading of property rezoning

Published Oct. 11 2018

The attempt to rezone a Nichols Street property moved past a hurdle this week.