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Jenny Gray (Reporter, Photographer)

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

Fourth Street work update

Published Sep. 21 2018

Rhad Baker, general contractor of the Fourth Street road project in Fulton, has started work to remove existing material on...

Skilled nursing facility moves forward

Published Sep. 20 2018

A 150-bed skilled nursing facility proposed in Fulton is one step closer to happening.

Fourth Street project extended into spring 2019

Published Sep. 19 2018

A road construction project completion date has been extended to next spring, Fulton engineer Kyle Bruemmer said.

One candidate debate cancelled

Published Sep. 19 2018

One of three debates to be hosted by the Fulton Sun has been cancelled.

Callaway County plans for bicentennial

Published Sep. 16 2018

A group committed to bringing perhaps the biggest wing-ding ever to Callaway County in 2020 visited this week with Fulton...

Professors attempt to explain importance of creativity in culture

Published Sep. 16 2018

The amount of creativity in daily life is staggering — just look around.

Lacey named law officer of the year

Published Sep. 13 2018

The G.W. Law Law Enforcement Officer of the Year award presented annually by members of the Fulton Rotary Club is...

WWU student fights staged fire

Published Sep. 13 2018

When William Woods University junior Megan Tolias got up Wednesday morning, she was a criminal justice student.

2018 Hancock Symposium focuses on creativity

Published Sep. 12 2018

When Dr. Barbara Kerr was a University of Missouri student, she often found herself mixing with Westminster students. Once, they...

Hancock Wednesday schedule

Published Sep. 12 2018

The 2018 Hancock Symposium ends today at Westminster College in Fulton. This year's theme is: Creativity & Innovation: Imagining Our...

9/11 remembered with flags and words

Published Sep. 12 2018

Because the opening of the 2018 Hancock Symposium came on 9/11, the anniversary of terrorism attacks in 2001, the event...

Firefighters to perform burn exercise today

Published Sep. 12 2018

Fulton firefighters will burn down a simulated dorm room today to show students what to do when the real thing...

Anniversary of 9/11 is personal

Published Sep. 11 2018

It should have been just the same as any old September morning in the course of my life. It was...

Hancock Symposium begins today

Published Sep. 11 2018

The 2018 Hancock Symposium starts today at Westminster College in Fulton. This year's theme is: "Creativity and Innovation: Imagining Our...

Fulton City Council meeting tonight

Published Sep. 11 2018

The Fulton City Council meeting will be at 7 p.m. tonight, but a workshop will start at 6:30.

Local trainers help former racehorses find new purpose

Published Sep. 9 2018

Two Fulton area horse trainers, Gretchen Pani and her student, Alyssa Mathis, will travel to Kentucky Horse Park in early...

Brick District finalizing end of 2018 plans

Published Sep. 7 2018

The beating heart of nearly every community is a vibrant downtown, and Fulton is no exception.

Local butcher OK with new labeling for meat

Published Sep. 5 2018

For 50 years, Donald Horn, of Fulton, has been processing meat — everything from deer, hogs and beef to sheep...

A family's journey to Callaway

Published Sep. 2 2018

A rather large tombstone decorated with anchors, two leafed branches and a single key states Edward Bates Dyer was born...

Graham Cave sets Archaeology Day, public meeting

Published Aug. 31 2018

Two activities are planned at 10 a.m. Sept. 8 at Graham Cave State Park.