“Lookers welcome.” Those were Mokane resident Harold Lehman’s parting words after giving a tour of the collection of antique tractors that line his driveway.
A Fulton man who works as a federal law enforcement officer is scheduled to appear in court July 29 on an assault charge in an incident involving a minor.
Callaway County businesses and civic organizations plan to send area students to school with everything they need during SERVE Inc.’s third annual Back-to-School Fair on Saturday.
A local church has been named one of the defendants in a lawsuit that also includes Jack Wayne Rogers, accusing Rogers of sexually assaulting the plaintiff when he was a child in 2000.
Two local residents concerned about the number of animals running through the city have approached the board of aldermen about the possibility of starting up a volunteer-run, no-kill shelter.
Summer break has meant a lot of hard work for one Fulton native this year. Mark Jacobsen, a 2010 graduate of Fulton High School, has spent the past several months working as a technical apprentice with the Santa Fe Opera.
Hanna Taylor’s competitive streak wouldn’t let her give up when a judge dismissed her aspiring business as a “nice hobby.”
Patrons asked to approve up to $6 million for district improvements
The North Callaway School Board unanimously approved to put a bond issue on the November ballot during Thursday night's regular meeting.
Friends say Mike Beahon ‘epitomized’ the Rotary motto
“He lived the (Rotary) motto of ‘Service above self.’” Some version of that description of Mike Beahon has been uttered multiple times since the local community leader — and longtime Rotarian — passed away Sunday.
After being disappointed by legislative efforts at bolstering state meals programs statewide, the Silver Haired Legislature once more has identified the issue as a priority for the year during a recent meeting.
For the second consecutive meeting, Callaway County Ambulance District Director Charles Anderson spoke to the board of directors regarding several bills passed during the 2014 Missouri legislative session that would give sales tax breaks to certain special interests.
Local master gardeners cultivate youth into growers at Callaway Expo
Children and adults alike had a good time playing in the dirt at the Callaway Youth Expo on Friday afternoon.
Showing beef shared by generations of Callawegians
Teagan Engle’s grandmother showed cows as a youth. So did her grandfather, her aunt, and now Teagan herself at the Callaway Youth Expo on Friday night.
Sixty-five goats and sheep put their best hooves forward Thursday in the goat and sheep shows at the Callaway Youth Expo.
The Trustees of the Village of Kingdom City approved a budget Tuesday night that Municipal Manager Curt Warfield said “looks better than ever.”
Callaway County mothers of small children will have a new support system this fall. Starting Sept. 24, Central Christian Church in Fulton will host a local chapter of MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers), with meetings at 6:30 p.m. on the first and third Thursdays of every month.
The Auxvasse Fire Department is hoping to make the town an entertainment hot spot yet again.
Area young people once again will have the opportunity to show off their skills and interests at the second annual Callaway Youth Expo July 9-12 at Auxvasse Lions Club Park.
Fulton woman united with relatives after 50 years
Audrey (Steward) Ray never knew her father, but thanks to an Internet search and social media, on June 19 she got to meet brothers, cousins, nieces and a whole host of family members she had previously only heard about.
In 2009, two childhood friends joined forces to form a small letterpress company — a way to turn their passion for illustration and graphic design into a business.
A team of AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) members once again is in Callaway County working to support the Missouri Department of Conservation with various projects.
Biz incubator launches Give 10 Get 10 funding campaign
Leaders of Callaway’s new Show Me Innovation Center are asking area residents to “Give 10 Get 10” to help launch a new business incubator and “help the community grow.”
After several years of preparation and preliminary work, Stephen Lin with Allstate Consultants had the news the Auxvasse Board of Aldermen has been waiting for during its meeting Tuesday night: The city is ready to move forward with its water improvement project.
A search warrant resulted in the arrest of two local residents Monday. Randall Haymart, 41, and Joni Wolfe, 31, were arrested on charges of possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute and unlawful use of a weapon after drugs and drug paraphernalia.
The Fulton Street Fair starts today, and one of the new additions to this year's entertainment lineup is giant puppet troupe Astral Gypsies.
The Fulton Police Department has made an arrest in connection to a shots fired incident Tuesday night.
Board discusses pros, cons of outsourcing billing
The Callaway County Ambulance Board unanimously voted to replace, rather than repair, a broken ambulance during Tuesday night's meeting.
Organizers of Fulton’s Soup Kitchen are looking for help serving meals. Noting that the soup kitchen has always been a collaborative community effort, president Anne Erbschloe said there is a need for help preparing, serving and cleaning up after meals.
Callaway County Ambulance Board decided to look into providing incentives for employees to stop smoking Tuesday night rather than an across-the-board ban as proposed member Chuck Baker proposed during last month’s regular meeting.
For the first time in 15 years, the Tebbetts Community Picnic is going to feature a musical showdown: the fiddle is making a comeback.
New Bloomfield school buses score 66.7 percent
The Missouri State Highway Patrol recently released the results of its 2014 school bus inspection, with mixed results for Callaway County schools.
Three years into implementing Professional Learning Communities, district leaders gave the Fulton Board of Education an update Wednesday night on how the school improvement model has been working.
Municipal Manager Curt Warfield said he wanted to give a positive report for the water department during Tuesday night’s meeting of the Trustees of the Village of Kingdom City.
Garden means more options — and healthier options — for Fulton-based food bank
SERVE is on the hunt for green thumbs and strong backs. The service organization is in need of volunteers to help with landscaping, planting and maintaining its community garden, which Callaway Action Network program assistant Katie Davis said is a vital part of the food pantry every summer.
Who is the fairest in Callaway? The Miss Callaway County pageant once again will seek to answer that question during the Fulton Street Fair June 20-21.
A miscalculation for the fire department has led to the shuffling of city funds. Alderman Terry Walker told the rest of the board during Tuesday night’s meeting that Fire Chief Nick Kaufman had made a mistake when calculating the costs associated with the purchase and equipping of the department’s new truck, with an end result of the project coming in $3,000 over budget.
Area parents looking to give their children a creative outlet over the school break need look no further than William Woods University.
The Callaway County Ambulance District received a clean audit for 2013, but board member Chuck Baker raised a concern regarding patient billing during accountant Dale Siebeneck’s report at Tuesday night’s meeting.
North Callaway R-I paid tribute Tuesday to a trio of longtime educators who will be leaving the district at the end of the school year.
Daniel Boone Regional Library has announced “The Boys in the Boat: Nine Americans and Their Epic Quest for Gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics” by Daniel James Brown as its 2014 One Read pick.
A group of Auxvasse Elementary students got their first taste of stardom Wednesday night at the premier of their first movie.
Car, bike show to benefit local chapter of American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
Lazy J Saloon is hosting the “Drive to Survive” Car and Bike Show Saturday to benefit AFSP of Central Missouri.
They may not have been centered on reading, writing and arithmetic, but according to their teachers, Kingdom Christian Academy students were still learning valuable lessons on their last day of school Thursday.
Fulton man known for advertising pizza gives credit to higher power
Denzel Weaver spends his afternoons praising the Lord and sharing a smile with Fulton commuters. Weaver’s smile — and his dance moves — are a familiar sight for anyone who drives past Little Caesar’s where he holds a sign Monday through Friday trying to entice passersby to stop for pizza.
Fulton Public Schools teachers will receive a $200 base salary increase as part of a salary schedule approved by the Fulton Board of Education Wednesday night.
Winner of Louis D. Beaumont Dad’s Association Award for Excellence described as ‘wonderful,’ ‘enthusiastic’
Every year, William Woods University students have the opportunity to nominate their favorite instructor for the Louis D. Beaumont Dad’s Association Distinguished Professor Award for Excellence in Teaching.
The city is one step closer to getting started with its water system improvement project. Discussion and plans for the improvements have been in the works for almost two years but have faced a series of delays — mostly related to gaining easements from property owners whose property would be affected by construction.
Westminster College is giving recent alumni and students a new voice in steering the institution’s future with the creation of a new position on the Board of Trustees.
Staff members say a new minor program at Westminster College offers students a glimpse at a career they may not have considered before.
Auxvasse Lions Club is holding its annual spring Demolition Derby at 6 p.m. Saturday, May 17. Donal Knipp with the Lions Club described the long-running fundraiser as an “exciting night” that always generates strong support from the community.