Helen Wilbers (Reporter, Photographer)
Helen Wilbers is a reporter for the Fulton Sun.
Following resident concerns, Fulton Police Chief Steve Myers is promising an increase to traffic law enforcement.
While some people huddled in their bathtubs during Tuesday evening's wild weather, power crews were already thinking about how to...
Officials gathered at Wednesday's ribbon-cutting ceremony seemed pleasantly surprised the Nixon Forensics Center had actually happened.
Summer's a lot less fun on an empty stomach.
MOKANE — Weather experts are warning that Callaway County could see high waters from Monday and Tuesday's heavy rains.
A year after David Grant was found dead in his Holts Summit home, his then-girlfriend Amy Steward has admitted to...
North Callaway High School student speaker Carson Whalen referred to graduation as the "great break."
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Fulton State Hospital's new housing facility, the Nixon Forensics Center, is planned at 10:30 a.m....
During this week's FEMA training in Fulton, the approximately 50 local officials had to pool their resources and up their...
That puppy in the window might come at the cost of supporting bad breeding practices and sick dogs.
Scattered thunderstorms are in the forecast for Saturday, but even if the planes aren't flying, the pancakes will be.
High school seniors across Callaway County are decorating their mortarboards and counting the hours until graduation.
The county is no longer eyeing Rice Hall as a new justice center location, officials have announced.
The Fulton Public Schools Teacher of the Year knows just about every student at Fulton Middle School.
Some 60 years ago, Fulton residents rallied to provide affordable, safe and sanitary housing for all.
Being the day custodian at Bartley Elementary isn't a thankless job for Tina Bezler.
Even the Bartley Elementary teachers learned something from their costume-clad students.
Thanks to sculptor Donald Wiegand, the Churchill Museum's 50th anniversary celebration will be commemorated in art.
By now, most Callawegians have likely heard the story of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury.
After his race, Fulton High School student Dakota Wynn had a skinned elbow, bright eyes and a huge grin.