An 85-year-old Fulton woman, Frances Dungan, was hospitalized Saturday morning after the car she was driving was hit in the side when she was attempting to cross U.S. 54 in Fulton.
Production of small modular nuclear reactors at the Callaway Energy Center for sale around the world would add $25 billion to the state’s economy and create the biggest economic impact of any single project ever developed in Missouri, a government analyst said Thursday night in Fulton.
With the April 15 tax deadline on Monday, a new tax scam has emerged in Missouri, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service warns.
The Community Health Center of Central Missouri plans to begin providing full dental services in early May at a new dental clinic in Fulton.
A new medical clinic providing family physician and pediatric care will open in Fulton this September.
Refueling of the nuclear reactor that starts this week at the Callaway Energy Center has added more than 800 supplemental workers to the economy in Callaway County and Central Missouri.
County historical society also honored by group
The National Churchill Museum in Fulton and the Kingdom of Callaway Historical Society will receive the 2013 Missouri Humanities Award for Exemplary Community Achievement in the Humanities in Missouri.
When Jana Peyla of Fulton told her husband Tony she had won $50,000 playing a Missouri Lottery scratchers game, he didn’t believe her.
A telephone scam seeking personal information from someone posing as a Microsoft Windows computer technician has hit the Fulton area, the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office reports.
Callaway County Public Water Supply District No. 2 is a finalist in a statewide water taste competition known as the Great American Water Taste Test.
Output to resume after refueling
The Callaway Energy Center owned by Ameren Missouri will shut down the nuclear reactor at the facility next week to start the plant’s normal refueling process.
Callaway County exhibit praised by state group
The National Churchill Museum in Fulton will receive the 2013 Missouri Humanities Award for Exemplary Community Achievement in the Humanities in Missouri.
Jim Moody, a former state budget director and now government consultant, will be the featured speaker April 11 at the annual Fulton Area Development Corporation (FADC) Salute Banquet.
Ameren Missouri officials clamped down on information Wednesday about an accident Tuesday evening at the Callaway nuclear plant located about 10 miles southeast of Fulton but other sources have revealed a few more details about the incident.
By a vote of 101 to 14, Lake Mykee voters Tuesday approved issuing up to $1.5 million in revenue bonds to upgrade the town’s sewer system.
Shawn Cockrum and Susie Hinrichs were elected Tuesday to three-year terms as members of the Board of Education at the New Bloomfield R-III School District.
Firefighters and their supporters from around the state will have an opportunity to purchase a flag to be flown on Memorial Day at the Fire Fighters’ Memorial in Kingdom City.
Three employees at the Callaway Energy Center were injured Tuesday evening while working in the switch yard area of the plant.
William Woods University students learned more about a potential career in law enforcement Thursday night from Lt. Andre Cook, chief of detectives at the Fulton Police Department.
A runaway 14-year-old Fulton girl, Amjina Michelle Davis, is back in Fulton after a relative brought the girl to her aunt’s residence in Columbia.
John David Farnell, 61, Fulton, was sentenced Monday in federal Western District Court in Jefferson City to five years and 10 months in federal prison without parole for a bank robbing spree four years ago throughout Missouri.
In Tuesday’s election, Callaway County Clerk Hubbard said there will be no election at some Callaway County polling places because no issues are to be decided in those areas.
Dan Diedriech has returned to Fulton to serve as the new vice president of advancement at William Woods University.
Many candidates running unopposed
A voter turnout of slightly less than 10 percent of the registered voters is anticipated in Tuesday’s municipal and school district election in Callaway county.
Town can build plant or join Holts Summit
In Tuesday’s election, voters in Lake Mykee will decide whether to issue $1.5 million in revenue bonds to pay for sewerage system improvements.
Lionel Shaunta Gurley, 35, Kingdom City, was arrested Tuesday by Fulton Police on drug and traffic charges.
A five-member Callaway County family is homeless after a Tuesday evening fire destroyed their home on Deer Haven Lane off Route O near Readsville.
One of first counties to use new Poll Pads
In the April 2 election, many Callaway County poll workers will be using new electronic poll books for the first time to check identification, addresses and precincts instead of paper poll books.
A brief stop at a Kingdom City convenience store on the way home from lunch resulted in an Auxvasse couple winning $5,000.
An early spring snowstorm hit Callaway County Sunday, dumping up to 8 inches of snow in some areas.
To clear city streets, Fulton Street Division crews battled snow on Sunday and ice on Monday.
The Callaway County Commission has awarded bids totaling $253,000 on replacement equipment for the county’s Road and Bridge Department and $85,000 for replacement vehicles for the Sheriff’s Office.
Starting April 1, highway painting crews will be working for the next two months 10 hours a day and seven days a week to strip roadways in Central Missouri.
Sen. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., was successful Wednesday when the U.S. Senate approved a bipartisan amendment he offered with Sen. Mark Pryor, D-Ark., to exempt federal food inspectors from federal job cuts caused by federal sequestration.
The original map plan to establish an Enhanced Enterprise Zone EEZ in Callaway County has been scrapped and an new map will be redrawn as soon as possible, an organizer of the effort said Wednesday.
A Callaway County Property Rights Coalition has been organized to oppose any proposed Enhanced Enterprise Zone (EEZ) in Callaway County.
A joint three-month investigation by the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office and Kansas law enforcement officers ended early Tuesday with the arrest of Craig Long, 42, Williamsburg.
Students will be able to secure a joint bachelor of science degree and a doctor of chiropractic degree one year sooner under a new agreement between Westminster College of Fulton and Logan College of Chiropractic in Chesterfield.
Birds can be seen daily on FalconCam
Siouxzee, the female of a pair of nesting peregrine falcons, laid her first egg of the year on Tuesday, one day before the first day of spring.
A four-way race has developed in the April 2 election for two seats on the Board of Education at the New Bloomfield R-3 School District.
An estimated 18,700 Missourians who did not file an income tax return in 2009 are missing out on about $14.7 million in available tax refunds, the U.S. Internal Revenue Service reports.
A two-year undercover investigation by state and federal authorities of illegal trafficking of paddlefish eggs in Central Missouri has resulted in the arrest of eight men on federal charges of illegal sales of paddlefish eggs as caviar.
At one time paddlefish were abundant in Missouri but their numbers have been reduced dramatically by damming and other impoundments.
Today at 5 p.m. is the deadline to apply for the position of police chief of New Bloomfield, Mayor Mike Lowe said Thursday.
Site would be visible to traffic on U.S. 54
Holts Summit Alderman Landon Oxley has proposed a Veterans Memorial to be built in an area of Hibernia Station Park next to U.S. 54 and near the Holts Summit City Hall complex.
July 1 deadline set for SMR application
The U.S. Department of Energy this week announced a new federal grant to develop small modular nuclear reactors.
Hundreds of Callaway County residents gathered Tuesday evening at William Woods University for the 108th annual Kingdom of Callaway Supper at the Tucker Dining Hall followed by speeches and entertainment in the Amy Shelton McNutt Campus Center.
The Holts Summit Board of Aldermen Monday night gave first round approval to an ordinance issuing $1 million in revenue bonds to design improvements in the city’s sewerage system.
Theme is ‘Where I’m From’
Callaway County youngsters have been invited to enter the Callaway County Youth Poetry Contest.
Callaway County deputies knew where to look for Stephanie Turner, 26, of Fulton during their recent investigation of stolen checks.