Headliner Ben Miller Band pulls from Street Fair to tour with ZZ Top
The Ben Miller Band, originally scheduled to headline Saturday night’s The Callaway Bank stage at Fifth Street, has pulled from the Street Fair after being asked to continue touring with famous Southern rock band ZZ Top.
“Weed Dating” hopes to unite singles with earthy interests June 30
An organic farm near Auxvasse will soon play host to what might be Callaway County’s most unique group date.
Well Read Books and six local artists are hoping to give the Callaway County Humane Society a boost this year.
Proceeds to benefit county United Way
On June 29, some of Callaway County’s first responders aim to take a break for an evening and put on a show.
Fulton’s only pet store served as educational resource on reptiles
For nearly a decade, Tom and Racheal McDowell have provided Fulton with pets and information on reptiles.
Increases not as severe as initially considered
Auxvasse utility customers will see an increase to their water rates — but not as much as was initially projected.
Reality show sends crews to find, buy hidden treasures from collectors
“American Pickers,” the popular History Channel show that sends Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz across the Midwest in search of collectibles and antiques, and are looking for sources in Callaway County.
Workforce Investment Act programming to transfer from CMCA to northeast Missouri-based Gamm, Incorporated
Program helps build skills, find employment for workers in Callaway, surrounding counties
A federal program designed to partner adults, displaced workers and youth with employers in Callaway County and mid-Missouri will change hands from the local Central Missouri Community Action to northeast Missouri-based Gamm, Incorporated in July.
The Route F overpass crossing U.S. Highway 54 was closed temporarily around 6 p.m. Thursday after the east-bound lane was blocked by a two-vehicle accident between an older Ford pickup and a 2000s GMC 1500.
The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office says a fire that destroyed an unoccupied residence and outbuilding in the 4500 block of County Road 217 is a case of “apparent arson fire.”
Agency helps provide mentors, advocates for children in foster system
The Callaway County United Way has announced it will be partnering with a new agency for the 2014 funding year.
Callaway-based Spirit Riders host Fulton event, promotes good character
When Sue Crane was riding her horse as a teenager she made a promise to God she would pass the sense of peace and empowerment it brought her onto other children who otherwise might never have the chance.
The Central Missouri Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol had an open house Saturday at Elton Hensley Memorial Airport for its Cadet Program, an Air Force auxiliary program designed to impart leadership and a love of aviation in youth.
The Fulton Parks and Recreation department stocked Veterans Park Lake with plenty of bluegill hybrids and catfish Friday night, and by Saturday morning they were biting in full force for the eighth annual Capt. Alan Leake Memorial Kids Fishing Tournament.
On track for same number of meals for 2013, private and group donations keep pantry stocked
Their dining room is open only one hour a day, four days a week, but the Fulton Soup Kitchen might be the most popular eatery in Callaway County.
For a group dedicating to helping Callaway County’s homeless, abused and neglected animals; the Callaway County Humane Society spent an awful lot of time worrying about funding.
The Auxvasse City Council approved a near final draft of the city’s water system improvements design and contract documents at Tuesday’s meeting.
Monday’s storm only brought a few inches of flash flooding in most areas — not enough to pose any serious danger to the average human.
Memorial Day travelers are advised to be cautious along low-water bridges and several areas along U.S. 54 after a storm dumped heavy rains on Callaway County Monday afternoon.
A Fulton man who led police on a high-speed chase Wednesday night before escaping on foot was arrested Friday afternoon, police said.
Joel Slack knows first-hand that something as simple as a reassuring, helping hand can go a long way in the journey to mental health and recovery.
The Friends of the National Churchill Museum’s annual meeting to celebrate royal baby
Though the world’s soon-to-be most famous baby isn’t expected until July, Fulton is getting ready to give the child a warm welcome.
Youth 18 and under eligible for free breakfast, lunch
Students in need of a free bite to eat this summer can yet again rely on Fulton Public Schools and the Callaway County YMCA.
A man Fulton State Hospital officials credit with helping shape the institution into the mental health facility it is today will soon return and greet the public.
Fulton councilmembers Mary Rehklau, Mike West and Wayne Chailland examine new countertops Tuesday in a Fulton Housing Authority senior and disabled unit that had just been renovated.
The City of Fulton will be seeking bids on a number of asphalt overlay projects for 2013.
Less than a year after taking on the position, Lori Blank has stepped down as executive director of the Coalition Against Rape and Domestic Violence.
It might not be something to which everyday citizens pay much mind, but it takes a lot of work to keep the City of Fulton’s buildings in order and its lawns maintained.
Spc. Charles P. McClure, who attended elementary and middle school in New Bloomfield, was killed May 2 in a vehicular accident while serving in the Army in Kuwait. He was 21.
Adjusting to college life can be hard, but for international students who are also adjusting to a new culture while thousands of miles away from their loved ones, the task might be outright daunting.
After a quarter century as a North Callaway educator, one of the district’s longest standing Thunderbird is ready to leave her roost.
Preparations to implement an online registration system are nearly complete for the Fulton Public School District.
Before it’s even started, the Callaway County Youth Expo has a new home.
The 10th annual Fulton Street Fair kicked off Tuesday night during Business After Hours at Serenity Valley Winery, and those in attendance who bought their street fair buttons got more bang for their two bucks this year.
The two speakers at William Woods University’s undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies May 11 know the school from first-hand experience.
If all goes according to plan he Fulton Public School District plans to add five kindergarten, middle school and special education teachers in next year’s budget.
Imagine being asked to leave parties, being barred from participating in leadership positions at your church, legally losing your business and family or even being told it was your fault your mother died of cancer, all because of an unchangeable part of your identity.
Though it technically wasn’t built in Fulton, the Church of St. Mary might be the most historic church in Callaway County.
Off-road enthusiasts of central Missouri are invited to a trail ride held all day May 4 beginning at 8615 State Rd. CC in Steedman that will benefit a pancreatic cancer patient and his family.
Callaway County foster children now have three new friends they can count on.
Following the Great American Water Taste Test’s final judging rounds April 24, Callaway 2 Water District can boast to serve the best tasting water in the state.
Westbound traffic on US-54 was brought to a halt Monday afternoon when an accident involving a motor grader left a motorist and his passenger injured.
The Cultural Competence Council at Fulton State Hospital want to engage you in challenging conversation about diversity.
Though they don’t have full reassurance for this summer, farmers worried about last summer’s drought conditions persisting can breathe a humid sigh of relief.
All aspiring pilots and those who wish to encourage them are clear to land 7 to 11 a.m. May 18 at Elton Hensley Memorial Airport for the return of their annual Fly-In Pancake Breakfast.
Landowners of 200 acres or more in Fulton are allowed to hunt and burn on their property following the passage of a bill at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.
Sean Price, the Calwood man found guilty of two counts of first degree statutory sodomy was sentenced to 25 years in prison Monday during a hearing in Boone County.
Farmers worried about persistent drought conditions similar to last summer can breathe a humid sigh of relief.
For an event planned in just six or seven weeks, last year’s inaugural Fourth of July parade in Fulton was a huge success, parade committee member David Beaver said.
Emily Eikermann is no stranger to the Tebbetts community banding together over food.