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Fulton business incubator has high hopes for former FPD station

Since forming last fall to attract and build new businesses in Callaway County, a committee of the Fulton Area Development Corporation now has a plan outlined to achieve its goals. Committee Chair Kim Barnes approached the Fulton City Council at its Tuesday meeting to request use of the former Fulton Police Department station on Market Street as the home of a new business incubator and accelerator program, titled the “Show Me Innovation Center.”

Fulton to line sewer manholes, anticipates state revolving loan funds

The city of Fulton’s sewer system is about to get a lot more water-tight — financially and literally.

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Fulton man named national Head Start parent of the year

Many fathers will unwrap ties, T-shirts and coffee mugs this Father’s Day weekend declaring them the No. 1 Dad, but one Fulton man was recently named the best in the nation.

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Fundraiser truck show, dinner and concert for New Bloomfield baby to be held June 14

A fundraiser for a New Bloomfield baby who doctors say is a case of “interrupted sudden infant death syndrome” will take place June 14 at New Bloomfield High School.

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CMCA awarded United Way grant to establish Callaway adult education program

A community enhancement grant from the Callaway County United Way will be put to use by Central Missouri Community Action helping adults further their basic education.

Callaway to chip seal near Holts Summit, overlay near Fulton airport this month

County commuters near Holts Summit and Fulton’s airport can expect roadwork on some of their routes this month.

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Fulton Assistant Director of Administration to leave in July

Matt Harline leaves Fulton after seven years to serve Centralia as city administrator

If you ask Matt Harline, he’ll say he hasn’t accomplished a whole lot in seven years — not by himself, anyway.

Local shelter Our House completes resource room, helps residents find jobs

Nine months ago, Jerry Damron started working to give back to Callaway County’s homeless shelter, and people who were once in his position.

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Former Westminster College professor recalls Maya Angelou’s visit to Fulton

Though he only met her once, David Collins said Maya Angelou was the type of person who made you feel like fast friends.

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Dept. of Natural Resources rep: Fulton landfill grass cover significantly improved

A Missouri Department of Natural Resources environmental specialist visited Fulton’s landfill site Friday and said vegetative cover has significantly improved.

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