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Owls fly high at William Woods University

The World Bird Sanctuary and its owls made a visit to William Woods University on Wednesday during the biology club's "All About Owls" event.

Fulton Parks and Recreation seeks citizen input for 10-year master plan

Fulton City Council gives first reading to five ordinances

The city of Fulton Parks and Recreation Department needs the public’s help in forming its 10-year master plan.

Moore’s Mill Battlefield closer to being listed as historic

The Moore’s Mill Battlefield in Calwood is one step closer to being listed on the National Register of Historic Places after the Missouri Advisory Council on Historic Preservation unanimously voted for nomination Friday.

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Fulton residents feast at first fish fry Friday

Knights of Columbus to serve hot meals throughout Lent

Knights of Columbus hosted its first fish fry of the 2015 Lenten season. Click for photos and for information on the group's next fish fry.

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Holts Summit Police discovers five young individuals involved in explosive-related crime

Two male adults, ages 17 and 18, and three juveniles could face consequences after placing a homemade explosive inside a mailbox on the 200 block of Venus Street in Holts Summit, according to Sgt. Marc Haycook with the Holts Summit Police Department.

Fulton seeks grant to decrease number of vacant homes

The city of Fulton is in preparation stages of applying for a Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) through the Missouri Department of Economic Development that would demolish vacant homes within city limits.

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Ash Wednesday starts Lenten season

The religious event kicks off the Lenten season, a six week period in preparation for Easter Sunday on April 5. Click to see photos from Ash Wednesday mass at St. Peter Catholic Church in Fulton.

Callaway County Jail to receive new sprinklers, meals

Work is underway this week at the Callaway County Jail to update the facility’s sprinkler system.

Appeal questions DNR permit to hog operator

Hearing raises concerns over if application requirements were met for proposed Callaway County hog farm

JEFFERSON CITY — A Missouri state commissioner will decide if the Missouri Department of Natural Resources properly issued an operating permit for a proposed 10,000-hog facility in Kingdom City. The topic was debated Monday during a hearing presided over by Commissioner Karen A. Winn, who must return a decision in March.

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Fulton High School's Rising Stars Thespian Troupe presents Snoopy! The Musical

The Peanuts comic strips come to life on the Fulton High School stage as its thespian troupe, Rising Stars, showcases its production of Snoopy! The Musical.

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