Walking into the Auxvasse Community Hall Saturday morning, you’d hardly know it was the all-you-can-eat pancake day of Loafer’s Week at all.
Whether you love cajun shrimp, drinks, games or guns, you’ll have a chance to support Ducks Unlimited March 9.
The biggest winter storm to hit mid-Missouri in two years has left Fulton and surrounding areas a veritable ghost town by Thursday afternoon.
The Callaway County Ambulance District’s shift supervisors and board members both enjoyed good news at their regular meeting Tuesday.
Local church serves community with food pantry
When the New Beginnings Church of Christ was formed about six years ago, its congregation wasted little time getting to work feeding the hungry, first starting with free meals for area youth once a week.
A Holts Summit home is a total loss after a fire started in the attic early Tuesday morning, Holts Summit Fire Protection District officials said.
Through a partnership with consulting and tuition management groups, Kingdom Christian Academy has begun offering needs-based financial aid to assist families interested in having their students attend the school.
Bush Elementary School students enjoyed a break from class Thursday to learn about black history through listening.
During the regular meeting of the South Callaway Board of Education Wednesday, Superintendent Mary Lynn Battles said that the pilot program for their student iPad initiative has been a success.
When True Manufacturing forklift operator Michael Newcom of Fulton was diagnosed with a rare type of bone cancer, his coworkers wasted no time organizing an event to help him and his family.
First time group has met here in several years
The Callaway and Montgomery County Cattlemen’s Association, an affiliate of the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association, will be meeting for the first time in years 6:30-8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26, in the Callaway Livestock Center.
Brian Gilmore of Williamsburg is used to putting his strength to good use.
Missouri’s Civil War Heritage Foundation and it’s local affiliate, Kingdom of Callaway Civil War Heritage, have announced they will conduct an archeological survey on the core area of the Battle of Moore’s Mill.
Though nothing is set in stone, the possibility of rate increases to the city’s water and sewer rates has remained a point of contention for the city aldermen here.
The Fulton High School Class of 2013 has been counting down the days until graduation ceremonies begin in May, but now they have a new date to look forward to.
A Monsanto grant program has allowed an Auxvasse couple to give back to their alma mater.
Callaway’s chili chefs will have another chance to answer the call to help their neighbors Feb. 23.
An international project designed to let young people voice their advocacy for community improvement is coming to Callaway.
A crowd of about 30 city and county figures and citizens gathered in the Kingdom of Callaway Chamber of Commerce Thursday evening to meet their new state senator.
Just ahead of the 67th anniversary of Churchill’s fabled “Sinews of Peace” speech at Westminster College in Fulton, the National Churchill Museum is hosting a lecture that promises to shed some light on a lesser-known aspect of the leader’s life.
Postmasters in Fulton and Holts Summit have been reassigned to new temporary post office jobs in Central Missouri.
The Callaway Livestock Center is used to holding livestock auctions on a weekly basis, but it will play host to a different kind of live auction Feb. 28.
It is a day of indulgence for some, but Mardi Gras has become a way for one Callaway church to bring the Millersburg community together and raise some money for its ministries.
For the 53rd year in a row, members of the Auxvasse and surrounding communities will have a chance to catch up over games and food while supporting the community center and local churches and groups here.
The business behind the painted window signs telling Fultonians to look for “something big” has finally arrived.
The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office warns citizens of a scam coming to light in the county.
The men of Callaway County are invited to have a positive impact on children’s lives March 5.
The Fulton VFW’s upcoming fundraiser is as American as apple pie — or a spicy bowl of chili.
An investigation following a burglary and vehicle theft in Mokane lead to the arrest of a Fulton woman Monday in which three stolen vehicles were recovered.
For Larry Underwood, archeology is a hobby he wants to share.
Prestigious group to perform Saturday at Tan-Tar-A
Four members of the Fulton High School band will perform this Saturday among 104 other top players across the state as part of Missouri’s top honor band.
The United Way is looking to make tax season and staying healthy a little less expensive for working Callaway families.
In a surprise ceremony 1 p.m. Monday, SERVE, Inc. in Fulton received Central Missouri Community Action’s annual Community Partner of the Year Award, given to just one agency or group in CMCA’s eight-county region.
It was a house divided when the city council here discussed the future of water and sewer rates to the city’s utility customers at Tuesday’s meeting.
Nearly two years after a massive tornado devastated the southwest Missouri town of Joplin, there’s still plenty of work to be done.
The temperature is supposed to be in the mid-20s this afternoon, but one thermometer in Fulton is going to burst.
When Callaway Citizens for FairTax Co-Director Tom Suttles asked Fulton Area Development Corporation President Bruce Hackmann to give a presentation on the proposed Enhanced Enterprise Zone at the FairTax meeting Thursday, Hackmann knew he and those in attendance might have to “agree to disagree.”
There will be the same familiar faces ringing bells at Christmastime and heading up board meetings, but those seeking assistance with their utility bills in Callaway will have one less stop to make.
For the second year in a row, volunteers at the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri’s Buddy Pack program will get a much-deserved break in their workload.
In an open house presentation Thursday at Fulton City Hall, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff said that Ameren Missouri has given “reasonable assurance” that the effects of aging on non-safety-related structures, systems and components (SSCs) will be properly managed in the years leading to and during a 20-year renewal of the Callaway Energy Center.
After a meeting of the 13th Judicial Circuit Court en Banc Tuesday, Judge Jodie Capshaw Asel has been elected to serve as Presiding Judge for the circuit, with her term beginning Jan. 31.
After the city council approved an ordinance to go forward with purchasing the historic rock barn at last week’s council meeting, the Fulton Historic Preservation Commission agreed to begin looking into ideas for the barn’s use.
Following a Monday meeting of Fulton’s noise committee made up of city and police officials, the city agreed to keep and enforce its noise ordinance as is and work with the Post Office Bar and Grill to establish compliant sound levels for their amplified music.
A man wanted in connection to an October bank robbery in New Bloomfield was arrested in San Antonio Saturday, the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office said.
Fulton residents who are feeling lucky will be able to bet the house to benefit the Catholic schoolhouse at St. Peter upcoming Casino Night fundraiser.
A business owner, two volunteer organizers and one high school thespian troupe were honored at the Kingdom of Callaway Chamber of Commerce’s annual banquet Friday for “making a world of difference within our community.”
In an effort to make the school buildings more efficient and secure, the South Callaway School Board is looking into replacing exterior doors and locks with a keyless automated locking system.
With the help of four local vets, careful budgeting and a successful Guardian Angel program, the Callaway County Humane Society will be kicking off its ‘Beat the Heat’ neuter and spay program for the county’s pet, stray and feral cat population.
Citing nearly two years of unsuccessful attempts at getting the county’s emergency response Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) system fully functioning, Callaway County Sheriff Dennis Crane said his office was done with its deal with GeoComm at a meeting with GeoComm and county officials in the Callaway County Ambulance District Tuesday.
Cost of project could increase ‘majorly’
At Tuesday’s meeting, the Fulton City Council tabled plans to advance its bond issue on the EPA-mandated sewer plant improvements following a meeting last week with officials that revealed the project’s price tag may be more than anticipated.