Firefighters worked for more than five hours putting out flames at a residence east of Fulton on Saturday evening. The Central Callaway Fire Protection District was called to the blaze at 5:15 p.m. Saturday when a neighbor spotted smoke coming from the home of Ernest and Kimberly Bell on County Road 133. The Bells were not at home when their residence caught fire.
Though Afghanistan has suffered a considerable amount over the years and is still in turmoil today, Edie Maxey looks back on her time there with fondness.
Landry Jones has spent the last couple of weeks pumpkin picking.
Hunters can help out the hungry again this year.
Rebecca (Moffatt) Wichmann tries to do her part when it comes to the environment.
In celebration of a key historical figure in the county, there will be a ceremony held Sunday in Kingdom City.
Three more arrests were made recently in connection with a multiple-county theft ring Callaway and Audrain county officials have been working to crack.
The Callaway County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the suspicious death of Adam E. Keith, 20, of Auxvasse.
Don’t flush, pour down the drain or throw away unwanted pills — that’s the message officials are trying to get out about prescription medications.
Three local girls had to jump over a lot of hurdles to get where they are today.
Parking during heavy snow was one of the council’s main considerations when discussing creating a snow policy for the city.
Those who want to take a peek at the clothing their ancestors wore will soon have the opportunity.
When it comes time to extradite the Mexico couple accused of murdering a father and daughter near Auxvasse, Callaway County Sheriff Dennis Crane expects his office will be making the trip.
Actions may speak louder than words, but North Callaway schools are teaching how using the correct words can lead to better actions.
Two arrest warrants were granted Friday morning in connection with a Sept. 2 double homicide near Auxvasse.
Looking for wedding ideas? A new event promises to help brides and grooms with the hubbub of wedding planning by bringing vendors together in one location for them to peruse.
It’s usually not a good thing to watch a dorm go up in flames.
HATTON — It’s almost time once again for this small, rural community to transform into a booming crafts festival.
From sun up to sun down, a live radio broadcast will be on the air, drawing attention to this year’s United Way kick-off event.
HATTON — More options will now be available to North Callaway students who would like to graduate early.
Pfc. Chris Crespin didn’t even make it out to his wife’s table. She spotted him from across the room, jumped out of her chair and ran into his arms.
Several law enforcement officers joined Rotary Club members Wednesday in honoring the 2011 recipient of the George W. Law Award.
CALWOOD — Those attending this year’s Town and Country Dinner got a real whiff of the feed business — literally.
Preventing teen substance abuse is why Youth On Up was started.
Though it has been 10 years since the events on 9/11 shook the country, several events took place around Callaway that showed the community’s patriotic spirit remains.
Fulton is currently working on installing a “smarter” meter system for its residents.
“It could be that the good Lord likes a little pickin’ too.”
It’s not every day a person has their portrait done using corn stalks.
AUXVASSE — The city will be buzzing two weekends in a row with special events for the community.
Sixth-grade science students at South Callaway Middle School are learning what real “tweeting” is about.
Community pulls together to aid Sydney’s family
Sydney Nelson, like many 10-year-old girls, is crazy about horses, likes spending time with her dogs and says that recess is her favorite subject in school.
Along with occasional tornado, fire and earthquake drills, South Callaway School District also performs a nuclear radiation drill.
Town and Country Dinner participants will visit Calwood this year to take a peek into a piece of the agricultural world.
The Callaway County recorder of deeds is warning citizens to be wary of any letters offering copies of property deeds at an excessive price.
Those who love to snap photos will have a chance to put their skills to good use.
North Callaway students interested in taking some classes that are a little different than their regular courses will now have the chance.
The North Callaway Board of Education approved almost a 3.5 cent tax rate increase recently.
Roots for the Millersburg Christian Church go as far back as 1836.
Kareem Alhusaini, 19, had to pass through three border crossings to reach the airport in Amman, Jordan, and then fly more than 6,000 miles to arrive at his destination — Westminster College in Fulton.
It’s not often that filmmakers choose to feature Fulton in their movies.
With a squeegee in his right hand and an applicator in his left, Ben Appleton can clean a window in a matter of seconds.
KINGDOM CITY — Board members got the ball rolling on some new projects for the district at the North Callaway Board of Education meeting Thursday evening.
Singing is Carissa Biele’s passion.
The Fulton Historic Preservation Commission is looking into dotting the Stinson Trail with historic markers.
Archery enthusiasts now have a place within city limits to work on their aim.
Once again, two Fulton chefs will use their culinary skills to compete in CARDV’s Chef Challenge.
The children’s literature arena can be a tough field to crack with many other aspiring authors to compete with.
“I hope I can give today,” Edith Craighead says as she awaits her turn into the area where American Red Cross personnel question potential donors.
A new property maintenance ordinance was unanimously passed by the Auxvasse Board of Aldermen at its Tuesday meeting.
Though the heat was severe for the first half of the Kingdom of Callaway County Fair, temperatures dipped some by the second half, giving a reprieve to fairgoers and exhibitors.