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One dead, two seriously injured in interstate accident

An accident on I-70 Saturday morning has left one dead and two seriously injured.

Police: 2 robberies may be related

Fulton police are looking for a connection between two armed robberies at two Fulton stores this weekend that may involve the same suspects.

Several area roads to be effected by construction

Roadside maintenance in the westbound lanes of U.S. 54 between Route AA and Center Street in Holts Summit will take place Monday and Tuesday.

Fire damages Fulton home

The Fulton Fire Department responded to a structure fire Tuesday evening that fire investigators said was caused by arcing wires in the attic.

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Water continues to impede Callaway County traffic

As the Missouri River continues to climb, flooding continues to plague Callaway County residents, especially those near the still-closed Routes 94 and C.

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Searching for a good read and a bargain

The Callaway County Public Library held a book sale Thursday.

Girls Basketball: New Bloomfield 53, Novinger 35

Despite shooting just 23 percent from the field, the Lady Wildcats were still able to pull off a convincing victory over the Lady Cats at Moberly Area Community College on Saturday.

Junior High girls basketball: Warrenton 39, Fulton Middle School (7th) 17

Carly Fisher tallied seven points and had five rebounds and five steals in the Lady Hornets’ loss to the Lady Warriors on Saturday morning.

New Bloomfield downs South Callaway in boys basketball

New Bloomfield senior guard Grant Nichols and sophomore forward Jak Kitchens tallied 18 points apiece as the Wildcats fended off the South Callaway Bulldogs 67-55 in Show-Me Conference play Friday night.

Girls Basketball: Fulton 50, Marshall 43

Protecting a two-point lead, the Lady Hornets preserved their perfect record by outscoring the Lady Owls 11-6 in the fourth quarter of Thursday night’s NCMC triumph.

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