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story.lead_photo.caption Poll workers at the Edith Benskin Community Center in Calwood on Nov. 3 said they've never seen so high a turnout as during the general election. "We've had a couple in here that haven't voted since Reagan," Carrie Smith said. Photo by Helen Wilbers / Fulton Sun.

In November, Callawegians were grateful for 200 years of colorful Callaway County history. Record-setting numbers of residents turned out to participate in the general election.

Nov. 1

Crime vs. COVID: Closing arguments made in governor race.

Kids enjoy tricks, treats and other fun at First Baptist Church in Fulton.

Fulton, Chamber of Commerce near 2021 funding agreement.

Missouri animals prepare for winter.

Nov. 2

Congressional candidates' healthcare views diverge.

Veterans Park lake stocked for trout fishing.

Missouri govenror candidates discuss budget priorities, conservation sales tax.

Nov. 3

JT Farms Livestock and Meats wins annual Chamber pitch competition.

Glowstick sale raises $1,500 for baby's heart surgery recovery.

Fulton Public Schools plan parking lot upgrades.

Nov. 4

Parson elected Missouri governor.

Callaway County votes for Judge Josh Devine.

Randy Kleindienst reelected as Eastern District Commissioner.

Nov. 5

Callaway County got out the vote.

Taxes hold steady for Callaway, Fulton.

Westminster College ads women's history displays.

Fulton High, Middle School pivots to temporary distance learning.

Nov. 6

Governor: Take precautions amid "COVID fatigue."

Missouri offers variety of native nuts.

Re-Made for a Purpose celebrates five years.

Westminster's fountain on the hill repaired.

Nov. 7

County reports 9th death as COVID-19 cases rise.

Fulton school board talks MOCAP online learning tools.

New book explores Fulton-Churchill connection.

Nov. 8

Biden deafeats Trump, says "time to hal.'

"Herofes to Hives" program trains vets to keep bees.

Library accepting One Read nominations.

Nov. 9

Sign up now for "Adopt-a-Family."

Museum of Missouri Military History shows military appreciation.

Nov. 10

Fulton elementary, SCHS students go virtual.

Budget director; State intends to spend CARES Act money.

Callaway County Health Department to close this week.

Nov. 11

Campaign raises $24k for Super Sam foundation.

National Churchill Museum holds virtual event on Breakthrough sculpture.

Nov. 12

South Callaway celebrates veterans.

Westminster debuts veterans memorial, museum.

Mask ordinance on agenda for next Fulton City Council meeting.

Nov. 13

Playhouse Café celebrates new ownership.

Fulton school board approves 2021-22 plan.

All the buzz about state's native bees.

South Callaway R-2 brings students up to speed after disruptive year.

Nov. 14

Fulton's 2021 budget is smaller but balanced.

Shoes older than the pyramids: Presentation focuses on local artifacts.

Fulton school board learns about virtual education.

Pie-face fundraiser raises money for Callaway County United Way.

Nov. 15

Rotary hears about Fulton High School's jobs program for students.

Fulton City Council approves changes to city recycling program.

Veterans honored in Fulton tree-planting ceremony.

Nov. 16

Getting to the root of native plant uses.

Donated William Woods University artifacts illuminate history.

Parents as Teachers supports families and kids, offers enrollment.

Nov. 17

Missouri hunters harvest 80,000+ deer.

Tri-county monument marks counties' 200th birthday.

Fulton Police Department investigating weekend shooting.

Nov. 18

Governor visits COVID-19 testing event in Fulton.

Fulton Housing Authority seeks new director.

Holts Summit Board of Alermen talk "reverse parade" celebration.

New Bloomfield aldermen discuss snow and ice, municipal election.

Nov. 19

Capital Regional Medical Center to create $20M outpatient surgery center.

Callaway County reports 11th COVID-19 death.

Fulton resident reminisces on homicide investigation.

Nov. 20

Holts Summit Soup Kitchen gets holiday meals started early.

Fulton Parents as Teachers collecting diapers.

William Woods University names new Vice President of Enrollment.

Peek inide Fulton's new rec center.

Nov. 21

North Callaway adopts re-entry plan changes.

Callaway County bicentennial monument to be revealed Wednesday.

New Bloomfield schools talk virtual learning, masks.

Daniel Boone Regional Library bookmobile keeps rolling.

Nov. 22

Preparing for a safe Thanksgiving.

Missouri's many mammals bring life to the state.

Utilities offer help to Missourians behind on bills.

North Callaway to add security cams for contact tracing.

Nov. 23

New Bloomfield school board hears administrator reports.

Practice food safety at Thanksgiving.

Field of Joy decorations go up at Veterans Park.

Nov. 24

County health department announces contact tracing changes.

Local businesses celebrate "Small Business Saturday."

Free Thanksiving dinner available at John C. Harris Community Center.

Holts Summit's "Nurse Donna" cherishes bond with students.

Nov. 25

Fulton mask ordinance passes.

Callaway County reports 12th COVID-19 death.

Crews make way for CorrectLife facility.

Nancy Hanson of iCan Bike recognized for kindness.

Nov. 27

Commission, Callaway 200 Committee reveals memorial.

OneLife Thanksgiving meal feeds community.

Advocates, Department of Corrections spar over handling of COVID-19 pandemic.

Nov. 28

Vandals wreck historic Holts Sumit church.

45 teams complete Callaway Bicentennial scavenger hunt.

Churchill Museum renovations highlight building's resilience.

Nov. 29

Humane Society to switch focus to spay/neuter beginning Jan. 1.

Beware the zebra mussel, Department of Conservation warns.

13th Judicial Circuit debuts new Callaway County treatment court.

Nov. 30

Pandemic takes toll on Salvation Army bell-ringing.

Mental health reaching Missouri through federal program.

Keep cars locked to prevent theft, says Fulton Police Department.

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