As a resident of Callaway County, Rodney Garnett of Holts Summit has learned a thing or two about people who live in the county.
Jefferson City man takes first place in land-owner division
Josh Stevens, who operates a forestry management business in Fulton, has earned bragging rights as the state’s top professional logger. It was an honor he wasn’t expecting. He was competing with professional loggers, mostly from the Ozarks.
Funds provided first time for students who take prep class
The New Bloomfield Board of Education on Thursday night approved a plan to pay for the first American College Test (ACT) examination taken by a New Bloomfield high school student if he or she attends two free weekend test preparatory sessions two weeks before taking the test.
City pays $93,000 for 4.99-acres site
The city of New Bloomfield has purchased the former highway maintenance facilities site in New Bloomfield used previously by the Missouri Department of Transportation.
A contractor payment authorized Thursday night by the New Bloomfield Board of Aldermen completed action on a $365,000 street improvement project this summer in the city.
With the Gallery of 100 Flags flying nearby, New Bloomfield area residents will gather Sunday for their sixth annual Celebrate America event.
Tougher rules on tobacco use start July 1, 2014
The South Callaway Board of Education agreed Wednesday night to toughen smoking regulations next year on school property. The school has had penalties against students violating the tobacco-free policy but no penalties against staff or visitors at the school.
Driver arrested for DWI at Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
A fundraiser is being held to benefit the family of a Fulton man who died after a co-worker allegedly hit him with a truck in Pennsylvania. Shane Stewart, 25, Fulton, died of injuries Monday.
A Library to Go will be established soon for Callaway County residents at the new Holts Summit City Hall.
Tax credits are available to taxpayers who donate $500 or more to OATS Inc., a transportation service provided to needy rural Missouri residents.