More Federal Prison Time Handed Down In Carl DeBrodie Case

More prison time is being handed down to a person listed as a caretaker and charged in the death of developmentally disabled Carl DeBrodie of Fulton. A federal judge in Jefferson City this morning sentenced Anthony R. Flores to 15 years and 8 months in prison following his guilty plea to failing to provide medical […]

Westminster College Students And Professor Uncover Rare Find In South Dakota

Westminster college environmental science students and a professor have found a rare triceratops skull. Earlier this summer, they embarked on a research excavation in the Badlands of South Dakota. The skull, measured in at almost seven feet long and weighing a massive three thousand pounds. The entire trip lasted about 2 months along with the […]

Fulton City Council Recommends Wearing Masks At Special Meeting

Fulton City Council members are recommending that people wears masks at this time. A special meeting was held last (Tuesday) night to discuss a possible face covering ordinance. Fourteen residents spoke out during the first hour of the meeting for public comment. The comments were split with 7 being for the ordinance and 7 against […]

Walmart And Sams Club Announcing Mandatory Mask Requirements

Walmart and Sams Club are announcing that customers will soon be required to wear masks or face coverings when entering any of their stores. The new requirement goes into effect on Monday, July 20 according to a press release sent out in a joint statement today (Wednesday). Walmart, is saying it plans to have a […]

Fulton Sun Newspaper Making Changes In August

Starting August 8, the Fulton Sun Newspaper will be going to 7 days of a digital edition and a one day printed newspaper. Walter Hussman Jr.,president of WEHCO Media, which owns the Fulton Sun, made the announcement in a letter to subscribers last week. The change follows 2 straight years of financial losses at the […]

Fulton Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Jacque Cowherd and Information Director Karen Sneethen Featured Interview On AM 1340 KXEO Talk Show Public Perspective 5/23/20

AM 1340 KXEO and the local talk show Public Perspective will feature an interview with¬†Fulton Public Schools¬†superintendent Dr. Jacque Cowherd and public information director Karen Sneethen. Discussion includes a ballot question the school district is proposing on a bond issue no tax rate increase for $27,500,000 to provide funds for extra space for students, improving […]