Fulton Sun year in review September-October 2018

Sept. 2

Westminster emerging from financial stumble.

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Heat doesn’t hinder attendance at Mokane Fall Festival.

Sept. 4

Constitution Project kicks off Wednesday, includes FHS students.

Energy fair planned in New Bloomfield.

Sept. 5

Local butcher OK with new meat labeling requirement.

North Callaway FFA students motivated at conference in Mexico.

Sept. 6

Missouri child engages Fulton mayor in civics lesson.

Fulton artists Ruth Horton and Rosemary Zbinden and Alma Hoffmann figure in Art is Ageless competition.

Fulton man Joshua Byrd arrested on drugs.

Sept. 7

Landlord forum follows tenant forums, hosted by Callaway County Central Missouri Community Action.

Holts Summit church to have grand opening on Sunday.

Sept. 9

Two local horsewomen to travel to Kentucky for Retired Racehorse Project’s Tbred makeover.

Willys Jeep enthusiasts gather at car show.

Sept. 11

Anniversary of 9/11 is personal; Fulton Sun editor reflects on memory of terrorist attacks.

Sept. 12

Hancock Symposium begins, focused on creativity and innovation.

Med students learn empathy through improv.

Sept. 13

WWU student fights staged fire with local firefighters.

Rotary’s Law Enforcement Officer of the Year goes to Sgt. Ryan Lacey of the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office.

Sept. 16

County plans for bicentennial.

United Way Day kicks off fundraising.

Sept. 18

Two Callaway commissioners opt not to place health ordinance on ballot.

Lampe marks 50th anniversary with WWU.

Sept. 19

Five arrested in U-Haul theft plot.

Fourth Street road project extends into spring 2019.

Sept. 20

Skilled nursing facility for parolees moves forward.

State Sen. Riddle appointed to Senate appropriations committee.

Sept. 21

One Read panelists discuss book.

South Callaway High School plans homecoming events.

Sept. 23

Fulton Sun celebrates 130th anniversary.

Fulton farmer, mother, publishes new book.

Sept. 25

Resigned county collector pleads guilty; state auditor says $300,000 embezzled.

Charlie and Nettie Johnson celebrate 70 years of wedded bliss.

Sept. 26

DIY ancient American style.

Drought in Callaway County, Mid-Mo continues.

Sept. 27

Woman convicted of 2011 murder dies in prison.

Tebbetts man dies in multi-vehicle crash near California.

Sept. 28

Suspect in McDonald’s shots-fired incident in jail.

Bush Elementary recognized for raising student achievement.

Sept. 30

County commissioner, collector candidates debate.

Doctor: National Health Care is a moral imperative.

Oct. 2

Homecoming happenings.

State defendants dismissed from DeBrodie civil lawsuit.

Oct. 3

Candidate debates cancelled after Republican candidates take a pass.

Adding bark to the dog park: Trees planted.

Inmate meal costs increase.

Oct. 4

Long time WWU riding instructor Smith to take Romeo on a Century Club ride.

Collector’s office outlines reforms following state auditor report.

Oct. 5

Get to know your ballot measure.

Chamber wraps up 2018 activities.

Oct. 7

Students attend National Manufacturing Day tours.

North Callaway firefighter injured while responding to call.

Oct. 9

Richard’s Family plans first fundraiser on Saturday.

MoDOT officials talk money at planning meeting.

Oct. 11

Langdon Gray, 11, honored by city for helping his family out of fire.

Schools partner in Stop the Bleed program.

Oct. 12

Reading levels raise concerns at elementary school.

Fulton police taking back drugs.

Oct. 14

Fulton Public Schools joins health insurance group.

Drought eases slightly.

Oct. 16

Young scientists share research at Science On Wheels program.

Westminster College, CARDV partner for new initiative.

Oct. 17

Young trees planted at old cemetery.

Virginia McCroskie has the gift for spooky window decor.

Oct. 18

Law enforcement arrest eight with meth, pot and guns.

Helicopter crash kills St. Louis area man.

Oct. 19

Phi Delta Theta frat bros work on props for Halloween’s Field of Screams.

Feds probing chopper crash.

Oct. 21

New Bloomfield students visit Callaway nuclear power plant.

Mild winter predicted by MU expert.

Oct. 23

Farmers market wraps for the year.

Professor talks about cannibal myths in North America.

Oct. 24

Clerk: Absentee ballot envelopes must be notarized.

Southern Boone teacher Stevenson indicted for child enticement.

Oct. 25

Fulton City Council about to finalize 2019 budget.

Nurse surrenders license after DeBrodie death.

Oct. 26

CAFO construction site inspection finds runoff.

Stolen campaign signs found by reporter in the woods.

Oct. 28

Horses give people with disabilities, including former soldiers, their lives back.

Police expand search area for missing Jefferson City boy.

Oct. 30

Audit details past accounting issues with Holts Summit municipal court.

Summons issued to two youths in sign theft case.

Oct. 31

Body of missing boy, Darnell Gray, found.

Fundraiser for firefighter raises $6,000.


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