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Jenny Gray (Reporter, Photographer)

Phone: 573-826-2424
E-mail: editor@fultonsun.com
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Jenny Gray is editor of the Fulton Sun. She reports on Fulton city government, police, courts and more.

Tateosian gives council a chamber update

Published Jun. 13 2019

Just back from the RECon conference in Las Vegas, both City Council person Jeff Stone and Tamara Tateosian, executive director...

Golf carts on council's agenda tonight

Published Jun. 11 2019

Members of Fulton City Council will have their first June meeting tonight, starting with a work session at 6:30 p.m.

Presidential art exhibit ends July 7

Published Jun. 8 2019

There have been many times in the course of history that art has soothed the heart of a human being.

Medical marijuana patient forms now available

Published Jun. 7 2019

Starting Tuesday, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services started making medical marijuana applications available to Missouri patients for...

FGC members plan summer tour

Published Jun. 6 2019

Once a year, members of the Fulton Garden Club invite people out to visit the area's posies, and this year...

People get lessons in ancient hunting method, chili

Published Jun. 4 2019

Members of the World Atlatl Association traveled Saturday to Graham Cave State Park for the first of their two 2019...

Anatomy of a hospital billing scheme

Published Jun. 4 2019

Oswego Community Hospital shut its doors Feb. 14, leaving its 65 employees without a job and a community of 1,700...

Katy Trail Ride cancelled due to floods

Published Jun. 1 2019

Due to incessant flooding, the June 16-21 Katy Trail bicycle ride has been cancelled.

Bids going out for Fulton community sports center

Published May. 31 2019

Fulton residents got a peek this week at what their proposed community center might look like.Parks and Recreation Department head...

Autopsy completed on body found in river

Published May. 30 2019

COLUMBIA — An autopsy was completed Wednesday on a body recovered from the Missouri River, but the cause and manner...

Fulton firefighter agreement passes

Published May. 30 2019

After years of back and forth, Fulton firefighters will soon have a contract.

Man recounts tornado experience

Published May. 24 2019

For years, Rob Crouse has been a close part of the Westminster College family and Jefferson City community.

Officials in Callaway County offer a helping hand to Jefferson City

Published May. 24 2019

While no serious storm damage was reported in Fulton after Wednesday's severe weather, City Administrator Bill Johnson said assistance has...

Storm blows through Missouri

Published May. 23 2019

While some people huddled in their bathtubs during Tuesday evening's wild weather, power crews were already thinking about how to...

Regions' Fulton branch to close

Published May. 23 2019

Regions Bank officials confirmed Wednesday the Fulton branch will consolidate and move all operations to Columbia. The branch will close...

Storm blows through Missouri

Published May. 23 2019

While some people huddled in their bathtubs during Tuesday evening's wild weather, power crews were already thinking about how to...

2 senior living facility residents treated for Legionella bacteria in Fulton

Published May. 21 2019

Two residents at Fulton Presbyterian Manor tested positive for the Legionella bacteria at the local senior living facility, according to...

Fulton High School bids farewell to 2019 seniors

Published May. 18 2019

Christina DeJesus watched intently, somewhere between laughter and tears, as her daughter played around for the camera on her graduation...

Medical marijuana ordinances needed

Published May. 15 2019

Voters approved medical marijuana in Missouri last year, and it's time for city and state officials to start thinking about...

Plans coming together for Fulton hospital

Published May. 15 2019

While continuing to negotiate for a USDA-backed loan to purchase the Fulton's hospital, CEO Mike Reece is already talking to...