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Callaway commission, county fire districts reach agreement on communications

The Callaway County Commission and the county fire protection districts have reached a tentative agreement over the purchase and funding of a new simulcast communication system.

Bush works on instructional strategies to improve student performance

Bush Elementary School Principal Lynne Engle said her staff has already started working on ways to better implement new instructional strategies as they work to improve student performance in 2014-15.

North Callaway board reviews district performance

The focus was on student performance at Thursday night’s meeting of the North Callaway School Board at Hatton-McCredie Elementary School.

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Something old made new

Millersburg woman uses century-old barns, homes to craft furniture

Carolyn Linton makes her living breathing new life into old barns.

Ambulance board meeting rescheduled for Thursday

Due to lack of quorum, Tuesday night’s regular Callaway County Ambulance Board meeting has been rescheduled for 5:30 p.m. Thursday.

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Bartley to use data, common strategies to improve in 2014-15

School sees big jumps in language arts, math, drop in science on 2014 MAP

Bartley Elementary made the best showing for Fulton’s third- fourth- and fifth-grade students in 2014.

North Callaway teacher organizes trip to China

North Callaway art teacher Jeremy Divers is inviting area residents to join him on a journey halfway around the world this spring.

William Woods, Westminster recognized in college rankings

Both William Woods University and Westminster College were included in recent college rankings by U.S. News and World Report.

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Kiwanis honor first responders on 9/11

The Fulton Kiwanis Club used the 13th anniversary of 9/11 as an opportunity to say “thank you” to Callaway County emergency officials during the organization’s regular meeting Thursday afternoon.

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Local renaissance festival to feature more interaction, vendors

Visitors to the Central Missouri Renaissance Festival near Kingdom City will have many opportunities to learn a variety of skills: How to toss a caber, how to act like a pirate, the ins and outs of medieval armour, how to make lace.

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