The Mexico City Council will be in session this Monday, July 23rd. On the agenda a resolution adopting a position classification and pay range schedule for the City of Mexico. The meeting takes place at the Mexico City Hall on 300 North Coal Street at 7pm. The public is welcome to attend.
Lake of the Ozarks ranks sixth on the most dangerous place to boat in the United States. The U.S. Coast Guard boating statistics shows last year the lake had 57 boating accidents. As of the first of this month the highway patrol had taken forty one reports of boating accidents, four were fatal.
No significant changes will be made to the student handbooks for the Mexico School District for the upcoming year. Superintendent Dr. Zack Templeton says just a few minor things are being added. Templeton says during the registration process parents will be directed how to access the handbooks on the schools website.
Around two hundred people were in attendance at a memorial service yesterday (Sunday) in Branson for the people killed in the duck boat accident last week. A church bell at the College of the Ozarks rang out 17 times for each victim. Nine of the victims were members of the same family. Several GoFundMe campaigns […]
A Blackwater man is dead after being hit by a truck in Cooper County over the weekend. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol it happened Saturday afternoon on Highway 41 when 16 year old Braden Grindstaff was driving north near Imhoff Drive and went off the road. The accident report reads Grindstaff hit a lawn […]
The St. Louis Cardinals dropped the series finale with Chicago Cubs 7-2 yesterday (Sunday) at Wrigley Field. Matt Carpenter’s homer streak also came to an end at six games. Carp ended his streak of 12 consecutive hits for extra bases when led off the game with a bunt single. The Cardinals dropped 3 out of […]
Longtime and legendary broadcaster Dick Preston will be inducted for a prestigious award in September. The television news anchor for KRCG channel 13 will be inducted into the EMMY Gold Circle honor society at a reception in Kansas City on September 22nd. Mr. Preston made an appearance on KXEO’s local talk show Public Perspectives on […]
The Buzzer Beater has a jam packed show this (Saturday) morning starting at 8:30 on KXEO. Stubby Clapp is the featured guest. The manager of the Triple A Memphis Redbirds was named minor league manager of the year in 2017 and has his team off to another hot start. He discusses his managerial style and […]
Several cuts to Columbia’s public transportation service are being proposed as part of a shrinking budget. Columbia City Manager Mike Matthes talked about the proposed cuts during a speech yesterday (Friday) morning where he outlined the city’s budget for fiscal year 2019. One area that Matthes is looking at is raising the paratransit fee from […]
A Steedman man is being sentenced to 12 years in prison after pleading guilty to multiple charges including assault, tampering with a victim and felony stealing in a Callaway County Court yesterday (Friday). According to court document 28 year old Rusty Rudd said he physically assaulted two women while in a relationship with them in […]