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Conversations about reestablishing service on the 27-mile rail line between Mexico and Fulton have been ongoing for the past decade. The line has been out of service since the late 1990’s when it failed to generate enough business to stay running. In 2007 the project became more feasible when new owner Mike Williams showed an interest in developing the line. President of the Fulton Area Development Corporation Bruce Hackmann says progress has been made but many details of the project remain unsolved.

Fulton High School to adjust scheduling system

Apr 24, 2012

Fulton High School is changing its scheduling system in an effort to raise graduation rates.  The school says the key lies in increased student-teacher face time.

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Westminster College in Fulton is attempting to open a new branch campus in Mesa, Arizona.

Newscast for March 14, 2012

Mar 14, 2012

Regional news coverage from the KBIA Newsroom, including:

  • MU's law school rises in U.S. News and World Report's latest rankings.
  • The Nuclear Regulatory Commission holds a pair of hearings on the Callaway plant's renewal.
  • Lawsuits could force the EPA to set limits on "dead zone" pollution.
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The former chairman and CEO of MTV International will become a member of the Westminster College Board of Trustees.

Regional news coverage from the KBIA newsroom, including:

  • State Senate map preliminarily approved
  • Fulton superintendent says no more budget cuts this year
  • Columbia educator honored in documentary
  • Protest against Tiger Town in downtown Columbia
  • Last year's drought impacting this year crops
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The Fulton Public Schools Superintendent says there won’t be extensive cuts to the district’s budget for the 2012-2013 academic year. 

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A Fulton developer could break ground this spring on a biodiesel production plant. 

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