The Callaway County United Way will host its 15th annual Radiothon and Campaign Kickoff Friday.
A member of the William Woods University Board of Trustees facing felony theft charges has resigned from the board.
The city is one step closer to getting started with its water improvement project after the board of alderman passed an ordinance authorizing issuance of bonds to pay for the planned upgrades during its regular meeting Tuesday night.
Despite a drop in performance, McIntire Elementary School Principal Beth Houf said there were a number of bright spots to be gleaned from the school’s annual performance data.
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 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.
The focus was on student performance at Thursday night’s meeting of the North Callaway School Board at Hatton-McCredie Elementary School.
Millersburg woman uses century-old barns, homes to craft furniture
Carolyn Linton makes her living breathing new life into old barns.
Due to lack of quorum, Tuesday night’s regular Callaway County Ambulance Board meeting has been rescheduled for 5:30 p.m. Thursday.
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 art teacher Jeremy Divers is inviting area residents to join him on a journey halfway around the world this spring.
Both William Woods University and Westminster College were included in recent college rankings by U.S. News and World Report.
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.
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.
School district looks at MSIP, MAP results; FMS principal on need to improve: ‘We can do this’
Student achievement was a primary focus of Wednesday night’s Fulton School Board meeting.
The Auxvasse Police Department will soon be adding another tool to its arsenal — one to help with accountability.
Fulton saw a marked improvement in its Annual Performance Report, jumping 11 points to earn 121 of 140 possible points — 86.4 percent — for MSIP 5 standards.
A former city of Fulton employee whose position was eliminated after Mayor LeRoy Benton announced plans to scale back enforcement of downtown parking said she has filed a discrimination complaint with the state Commission on Human Rights.
vent organizers say annual affair to include several surprises
The Fulton Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center’s 24th-annual Town and Country Dinner will focus on the chamber’s 90 years of service to the community.
Fulton man finishes Missouri 340 endurance race
Gabe Craighead likes to challenge himself. So it was no surprise that when Craighead heard about the Missouri River 340 endurance race eight years ago, he made a mental note that he’d like to try that someday.
Discussion panel on recent events in Ferguson added as follow-up event
Featured speakers for Westminster College’s ninth Hancock Symposium Sept. 16 and 17 will include the producer of “Woodstock: The Movie” and the creator of “The Laramie Project,” the school has announced.
Abdullah Al-Hadeethi hasn’t been home to Iraq since the summer after his freshman year at Westminster College.
Just three weeks after bids on the city’s water system improvement project came in much higher than expected, the board of aldermen received much better news during Tuesday night’s regular meeting.
After vote of ‘no confidence,’ Fulton Jaycees elect not to renew lease with fair board; club to takeover organizing event
The Fulton Jaycees has announced it will be taking over planning of the county fair next year.
The North Callaway School Board unanimously approved ballot language during its regular meeting Thursday night for the $6 million bond issue the district is putting before voters on Nov. 4. The bond issue needs a four-sevenths (57.14 percent) majority to pass.
Construction of a new outer road along U.S. Highway 54 between Kingdom City and North Callaway High School continues to run behind schedule.
Fire departments request county commission to kick in more of $240,000 price tag for simulcast communication system
Everyone gathered in the conference room at the Emergency Operations Center on Wednesday night agreed on one thing: the Callaway County fire departments’ radio communication system is in need of an upgrade.
Another taxing jurisdiction joins list encouraging legislature to uphold governor's tax-cut vetoes; board president does not agree
The Callaway County Ambulance District’s board unanimously reversed a prior voluntary reduction of the district’s property tax rate in order to increase the available property tax. The board then to set the tax levy at .0089 for 2014.
Organizers of Music on Main have announced the lineup for the concert.
Rodney Garnett has been connected to agriculture-based organization since childhood
After a nearly-lifelong connection to the youth organization, Rodney Garnett of Holts Summit was inducted into the Missouri 4-H Hall of Fame on Aug. 9.
Jared Krichevsky recently had the opportunity to achieve a childhood dream. The 2005 graduate of the William Woods University theater department worked on the team that designed the digital title characters for the new “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles” movie.
A local church is hoping a night of entertainment will help feed area school children this year.
“Everyone deserves to eat good food.” That is the idea behind Farm to Fork, Food as Art, a fundraiser hosted by the Fulton Farmers Market to benefit the Fulton Soup Kitchen.
Dan Woodward has spent the past three years visiting Civil War sites around the state, learning about the events and people that occurred there, and creating art based on those impressions.
“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.
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.
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.
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.