Jenny Gray (Reporter, Photographer)
Jenny Gray is editor of the Fulton Sun. She reports on Fulton city government, police, courts and more.
The story of United Credit Union's growth in Fulton is just getting started.
When Sir Winston Churchill and U.S. President Harry S. Truman came to Fulton on March 5, 1946, the whole town...
Because Callaway County is about to celebrate its bicentennial anniversary (as will Cole and Boone counties), three local organizations joined...
Lowe Cannell performed one of his first duties as Fulton's new mayor Thursday by presenting a proclamation at the National...
Firefighters in Callaway County had a long night as two major structures burned early Thursday.
Firefighters in Callaway County had a long night as two major structure fires blazed early Thursday.
For the first time in his life, retired Fulton Mayor LeRoy Benton is unemployed.
Plans are firming up for the 50th anniversary celebration for the National Churchill Museum at Westminster College.
Space at William Woods University has been defined for the Missouri Army National Guard's Show-Me GOLD Program, and the ribbon...
The face of Fulton's City Council changed this week, at least for the next two years.
Westminster College students think it's nice to have memorials to Winston Churchill, but they are working on a project to...
People driving by the Callaway's Bank's south location in Fulton will see the back-lit image of a winding tree, the...
The newest lotto winner comes from an unincorporated town in southern Callaway County. Sherry Akers has won $100,000 in the...
A new mayor and City Council members will be sworn in Tuesday when the Fulton City Council gathers.
On Tuesday, Fulton elected a new mayor, Lowe Cannell, and several new City Council persons.
Productive conversations between two people of opposing viewpoints are pointless unless both speakers are committed to finding common ground.
Tuesday will be the first election day of 2019 in Missouri.
Two people are leaving the North Callaway district's board of education, and three are seeking to replace them.
Officials at the Callaway Chamber of Commerce are working hard on upcoming events in the coming months
On Saturday evening, Trevor Neal will start a journey of 100 miles, one step at a time.