Category Archive: Mexico News

Apr 18 2014

Mexico High School Gets New Boys Basketball Coach


In an official press release, Mexico School District #59 Superintendent Kevin Freeman announced the hiring of new head basketball coach, Greg Buescher who comes to Mexico from the Sturgeon School District. Buescher and his wife Renee plan to relocate to Mexico with their three children. Daughter Hallie, will be junior at MHS, son Jarrett will …

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Apr 16 2014

Scanlon Out As Mexico Basketball Coach

Brennan Scanlon is moving on in his basketball career as Mexico Public School District officials confirmed Tuesday afternoon he has turned in his resignation. Scanlon was hired Monday night by the Sedalia school board to take over the Smith-Cotton High School program. Superintendent Kevin Freeman says the district received Scanlon’s resignation Tuesday afternoon and he …

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Apr 15 2014

School Bus Accident on South Clark Street

Mexico Public Safety Responded to a School Bus crash yesterday (mon) afternoon. According to Police Chief Susan Rockett: A Mexico Public Schools bus was driving south on Clark when it struck the back of 1992 Toyota driven by Johnna Logue of Mexico. The driver of the bus, Donald Fuemmeler, was distracted by a student on …

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Apr 11 2014

Rotarian Scholars Visit KXEO

Two Rotarian International Scholars visited Mexico Friday to speak to Mexico Middle School and Mexico High School students about bullying. Here, Maria Morell and Peter Opata visit with KXEO's Christy Lynn Friday morning in the studio.

The Mexico Chapter of Rotary International is proud to host the Peace Team as they travel through the area as part of their continued mission to spread a message of peace and understanding across multiple cultures. Students in the Mexico School District received a special treat as Rotary representatives from several parts of the world …

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Apr 08 2014

Audrain County Election Results

In Audrain County results, the only point of contention in Mexico was for the District #59 School District. Four candidates were on the ballot for three positions on the Board of Education. Newcomer Brian Rowe led all vote-getters with 507. Next was incumbent Pat Maguire 482 and Dustin Pascoe with 437. Incumbent Bev McFarlane was …

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Apr 07 2014

Municipal Elections Tomorrow: Polling Places

The municipal election will be held tomorrow starting at 6 oclock in the morning. There are six Audrain County Polling Locations in Mexico: Mexico 1: St. John’s Lutheran Church, 1000 Dorcas, Mexico, MO Mexico 2: Collector’s Office, Courthouse, 101 N. Jefferson Street, Mexico, MO Mexico 3: Recorder’s Office, Courthouse, 101 N. Jefferson Street, Mexico, MO …

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Apr 02 2014

Mexico High School Spring Sports Report: 4/1/14

Here are the latest scores from recent Mexico High School spring sports: Golf The Mexico High School Golf match between Fulton yesterday (tues) afternoon was canceled after three holes due to inclement weather. They will consider rescheduling next week some time. The boys golf team is scheduled to play against Boonville today (4/2/14) weather permitting. …

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Apr 02 2014

Mexico Summer School Details Announced

The Mexico School District will again be offering Summer School. This year’s sessions will run June 2 through June 27, 2014.  Summer school is offered for students enrolling in grades K-­12 with grade  levels being the grade astudent will be enrolling in for the next school year.   Grades Kindergarten through 2nd will be at Hawthorne Elementary,  Grades 3rd through 5th will be at Eugene Field Elementary, Grades 6th through 8th will be at the Mexico Middle School  Grades 9th through 12th will be at the High School.    Breakfast and lunch are provided for all students at all summer school  locations at no cost to families during summer school.   Student enrollment information will be sent home with students  April 21st with the enrollment process will open on Wednesday, April 23rd.  

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