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Jenny Gray is editor of the Fulton Sun. She reports on Fulton city government, police, courts and more.

Sheriff's office receives donation from Sinclair Research

Published Jan. 21 2018

When officials at Sinclair Research began looking around Callaway County last December for possible donation recipients, the Callaway County Sheriff's...

North Callaway superintendent resigns

Published Jan. 21 2018

Bryan Thomsen, superintendent of North Callaway R-1 Schools, announced his resignation, effective June 30, last week.

Soup kitchen reopens Wednesday

Published Jan. 17 2018

The Fulton Soup Kitchen will again be serving lunch and dinner today after a productive sit-down meeting Tuesday between board...

Emmy winner performs Scott Joplin at library

Published Jan. 16 2018

Years before there was rock and roll, and rap and hip-hop, there was Scott Joplin. Without him, none of the...

Fulton Soup Kitchen unexpectedly shuts doors

Published Jan. 14 2018

As of last week, the Fulton Soup Kitchen stopped serving meals out of its former location at the Fulton Housing...

Marshall fiddling at Archives event

Published Jan. 12 2018

Callaway County fiddler Howard Marshall will present at a Thursday Evening Speaker Series program examining 20th century Missouri fiddle music.

Firefighter grant program extended

Published Jan. 12 2018

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump signed a bill this week that will benefit the Fulton Fire Department.

Coast Guard ends search for missing pilot

Published Jan. 10 2018

U.S. Coast Guard officials on Monday called off a search for a missing pilot, who is a former Mid-Missouri man,...

Marshall fiddling at Archives series event

Published Jan. 10 2018

Callaway County fiddler Howard Marshall will present at next week's Thursday evening speaker series program examining 20th century Missouri fiddle...

Fulton schedules town hall about rentals

Published Jan. 7 2018

Fulton city officials are planning a town hall this week to discuss rental property inspections.

Westminster grad was pilot of the missing airplane in Gulf of Mexico

Published Jan. 5 2018

When Mark Phariss met up with some of his fellow Westminster College school mates a few weeks ago, he didn't...

State nursery seedling sale is on

Published Jan. 4 2018

The ground may be too frozen to dig right now, but it's never too soon to start thinking about spring...

Sen. Riddle introduces four bills in Missouri Legislature

Published Jan. 4 2018

As the 2018 legislative session began at noon Wednesday, some legislation had already been introduced.

Riddle proposes road legislation

Published Dec. 26 2017

When the Missouri Senate's 2018 legislative session begins at noon Jan. 3, a bill filed by state Sen.

Christmas miracle on two feet

Published Dec. 24 2017

Kate Veit, 3, stood spellbound next to her family's Christmas tree, touching a glittering ornament and lost in the moment.

SERVE gift-giving event helps families

Published Dec. 21 2017

A mix of about 175 families, 290 children and 95 seniors seniors will have a happy Christmas this year, thanks...

McCaskill taking constituent concerns to Washington

Published Dec. 20 2017

After averaging nearly one town hall meeting per week in 2017, U.S. Sen. Claire McCaskill, D-Mo., said she plans to...

Churchill film screening this week in Fulton, Columbia

Published Dec. 20 2017

When the new film "Darkest Hour" opens this week in Mid-Missouri, Fulton's most passionate Churchill scholar will be speaking about...

Delays plague payments for prisoners

Published Dec. 15 2017

The state of Missouri owes about $19.25 million to county jails for housing state prisoners, and it's unknown if or...

Silent auction draws crowd

Published Dec. 13 2017

Around the fringes of Beks restaurant Tuesday evening in downtown Fulton, serious shoppers scanned tables laden with what they hoped...