Exhibit kicks off Saturday at National Churchill Museum
About a dozen union members worked together Monday morning setting up The Way We Worked exhibit at the National Churchill Museum in Fulton.
One year ago, a Fulton youth group decided it wanted to make a significant impact on the lives of some in need.
When Kaylee Farris first walked into Hooters for a job more than four years ago, she had no restaurant experience besides working part-time at the Domino’s Pizza in Fulton during high school.
At 58 years old and having lived through violent Civil Rights era, Joanne Bland doesn’t hold back when she has something to say.
In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Westminster College is holding a special service project.
Women who want to learn farm management can do so in a class called Annie’s Project.
Two community events are on the docket for the Presbyterian Manor of Fulton.
AUXVASSE — To finance a long-range water and sewer system overhaul, the Auxvasse Board of Aldermen have decided to go to the voters.
Old paper that some people might recycle or throw out, Jennifer Sain uses to create art.
Work is under way in preparation for a special work exhibit that will come to Mid-Missouri in February.