Helen Wilbers (Reporter, Photographer)
Helen Wilbers is a reporter for the Fulton Sun.
Even Santa's sleigh would have a tough time holding all the toys Fulton Public Schools collected for Toys for Tots.
Some scaley guests on Thursday afternoon slithered into Bush Elementary School.
Eighth-graders at Fulton Middle School invite the public to join them for an evening of entertainment on Monday.
Tonight's Holts Summit Board of Alderman meeting will cover a lot of ground, City Administrator Rick Hess said.
Fulton Public Schools received a clean bill of health in its annual audit, according to an independent auditor.
Seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, is depression that's tied to the seasons. According to the National Institute of Mental Health,...
Callaway Energy Center's refueling outage is continuing as planned, an Ameren Missouri spokesperson said.
While the upcoming right-to-work vote looms over Missouri, employees at the Auxvasse Dollar General store have voted to unionize.
Weeks after the disappearance of two German shepherds in the Fulton area, their families are still seeking answers.
When the doors of Fulton's free store From His House to Your House open, cheerful chaos spills in.
The Missouri Air Conservation Commission is questioning whether to expand the so-called odor rule to cover more categories of confined...
No, their tails haven't been bleached. The two white-tailed squirrels living in Fulton resident Jim Pierson's back yard appear to...
Fulton police are investigating a report of an attempted kidnapping near McIntire Elementary School.
Holts Summit Animal Control officer Kevin Ward wears many hats.
While national groups worry the Senate tax bill passed Saturday may hurt charitable giving, some local charities have confidence locals'...
At precisely 5:30 p.m. Friday night, thousands of twinkling lights sprung to life in Veterans Park.
The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has refused to amend a rule regulating confined animal feeding operation emissions in the...
Callaway County is embracing the Christmas season this weekend with plenty of holiday-focused events.
A bomb threat made at Fulton Middle School on Thursday proved baseless, Major Roger Rice of the Fulton Police Department...
Heaped high with canned yams, stuffing and marshmallows, the table at the Fulton Soup Kitchen almost seemed too groan under...