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Storms pass through Callaway County Wednesday

Ameren Missouri's Callaway Energy Center in Reform does not have damage to its property after Wednesday night's storms. Callaway Electric Cooperative reported customers without power.

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Fulton PD arrest suspected shop lifter for meth distribution Tuesday

Fulton Police arrested Teresa L. Lopez, 40, just after noon Tuesday after police discovered several grams of methamphetamine, scales and packaging materials with her.

Accused Fulton killer in court for probation violations

Scottie Willet was in Boone County Court on separate charges Monday

The man suspected of killing a 6-year-old Fulton boy was in Boone County Court on separate charges Monday.

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Kingdom of Callaway County Historical Society prepares for cemetery tour

Kingdom of Callaway Historical Society will hold a cemetery tour in Hillcrest Cemetery in Fulton on Sunday, Sept. 28. Click for photos of the historical society preparing for the tour.

Fulton PD arrest man for marijuana, cocaine; held for failure to pay child support

A call about harassment led to an arrest and drug charges for a Fulton man wanted for failing to pay child support.

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Revolutionary War veteran Pvt. Samuel W. Rhodes to be honored with memorial marker

The Christopher Casey Chapter of the Missouri Society, Sons of the American Revolutionary War will honor Revolutionary War veteran Pvt. Samuel W. Rhodes with a ceremony 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 27.

Westminster College recognized as military friendly school

Westminster College was named to the top 15 percent of college, universities and trade schools who work to embrace America’s military service members, veterans and their spouses as students.

Portion of U.S. 54 named in honor of Holts Summit Police Sgt. Bryan Holohan

A portion of U.S. 54 in Callaway County was named in honor of Holts Summit Police Sgt. Bryan Holohan this week.

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Two WWU horses retire to New Mexico, help veterans

Two thoroughbred horses from William Woods University moved to New Mexico to help war veterans. The horses — Glory Road (JJ), 15, and Rampart, 18 — will work with the therapeutic program Healing America’s Heroes (HAH), a nonprofit organization.

Holts Summit Board of Aldermen to discuss Allied Waste contract Monday night

Holts Summit Board of Aldermen will discuss Allied Waste Service’s proposed contract and solid waste amendments at a work session Monday night.

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