• Fulton Seeks Salvation Army Volunteers

    Fulton Seeks Salvation Army Volunteers

    Posted 7:41 PM 11/6/2013 by Katie Link, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON- Bells won't be ringing outside a Fulton Walmart unless 100 volunteers sign up to wear a red apron and take a shift at the Salvation Army red kettles.

    The Salvation Army is headquartered in St. Louis and the Fulton location is a service extension unit. There are six members on the (More)

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  • Fulton Middle School Wins Big Award

    Posted 4:16 PM 10/30/2013 by Marissa Balmas, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON- Fulton Middle School got a big award Wednesday morning.

    Dollar General presented the school with a $40,000 check to use however the school wants.

    The school is one of five schools that was awarded the prize nationwide. They were chosen based on literacy criteria from schools (More)

  • Fulton Builds International Relations as Chinese Executives Visit

    Posted 4:04 PM 10/29/2013 by Michael Doudna, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON - Chinese business executives continued their visit to Fulton Tuesday to look into developing a business relationship with the city. 

    Most of the executives represent metal and mechanical engineering or textile companies.

    This was the first trip by Chinese business (More)

  • Fulton Man Sentenced for Columbia Murder

    Fulton Man Sentenced for Columbia Murder

    Posted 10:05 AM 10/29/2013 by Jenna Middaugh, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

    COLUMBIA - A 20-year-old Fulton man was sentenced Monday in connection with a 2012 murder.

    Larrell M. Banks was sentenced Monday to 10 years in prison for his involvement in the March 2012 shooting death of 39-year-old Lamont Sargent. Banks was charged with hindering prosecution of a (More)

  • Fulton License Office Contract Up for Management Bids

    Fulton License Office Contract Up for Management Bids

    Posted 2:45 PM 10/28/2013 by Devon Fasbinder, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

    JEFFERSON CITY - The Fulton License Office is up for management contract bids until Friday, November 22. Interested groups or people can submit bids to the Missouri Office of Administration.

    Bidders are required to use a specific proposal that can be found (More)

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  • Fulton Rock Garden Antique Barn Fest Celebrates More Than Fall

    Posted 2:26 PM 10/26/2013 by Rachel Wittel, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON - Family-owned and operated Rock Garden Antique Barn kicked off its first fall fest Saturday in honor of Kenneth Means and to raise money for a family whose daughter has Cystic Fibrosis.

    Rock Garden Antique Barn opened in July by David Means, Loretta Huber and Debbie (More)

  • Fulton State Hospital Looking for $200 Million Fix

    Fulton State Hospital Looking for $200 Million Fix

    Posted 11:13 AM 10/21/2013 by The Associated Press

    FULTON(AP) - Lawmakers on both sides of the political aisle agree that Missouri's state hospital for the most severely ill and dangerous mental health patients is in dire need of repair, but it remains unclear just how to come up with the more than $200 million needed to replace the crumbling (More)

  • Fulton Brick District Hopes to Revitalize Downtown

    Posted 7:24 PM 10/16/2013 by Michelle Clemens, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON - Crowds gathered in Fulton's downtown Brick District Wednesday to celebrate Westminster College's Homecoming with a parade and pep rally for the first time. Both events were previously held on the college's campus.

    But Wednesday's event wasn't the first time the Brick District was (More)

  • Disease in Beetles Could Cost Missouri Millions

    Disease in Beetles Could Cost Missouri Millions

    Posted 2:48 PM 9/28/2013 by Ashley Arp, KOMU 8 Reporter

    CALLAWAY COUNTY - When Thousand Cankers Disease (TCD) reaches Missouri, it could cost the state more than 850 million dollars and more than 700 jobs, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation. But that could take at least two decades.

    People have identified (More)

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  • Fulton Police Respond to Shots Fired Early Saturday Morning

    Fulton Police Respond to Shots Fired Early Saturday Morning

    Posted 1:44 PM 10/12/2013 by Jen Lask, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

    FULTON - The Fulton Police Department responded to a report of shots fired early Saturday morning.

    According to the police report, officers responded to the report around 2:46 a.m. When they arrived, they found 14 empty shell casings and one live round in the 300 block of West 9th (More)

  • Fulton Nears Animal Shelter Fundraising Goal

    Posted 11:08 AM 10/11/2013 by Meredith Albair, KOMU 8 Reporter

    FULTON - The city of Fulton is closer to meeting its initial fundraising goal set to build a new animal shelter. According to Fulton Public Information Officer Darin Wernig, the current animal shelter in use was a temporary location that was not intended to be the site of the shelter long (More)

  • Two William Woods Golfers Score Double Eagles Minutes Apart

    Posted 1:31 AM 10/3/2013 by Brent Pearson, KOMU 8 Sports Reporter

    FULTON - Around 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, 18-year-old Billy McKenzie, William Woods University freshman golfer, struck his first shot on the par-5, 509 yard, 17th hole at Tanglewood Golf Course 275 yards.

    "It's a par-5, so I'm looking at a birdie opportunity even though it was quite windy," (More)

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