A new business in Mexico will have a ribbon cutting this (Thursday) morning. It takes place at the Mexico Strength and Fitness located at 721 West Jackson Street at 11 this (Thursday) morning.
The Missouri Tigers Women’s Basketball Team will be on the road tonight (Thursday) against the Arkansas Razorbacks. Mizzou comes in with a 19-9 over all record and are 8-6 in the SEC while Arkansas is 17-11, and 6-8 in the conference. Tip is set for 8 o’clock. St. Louis Cardinals and right handed pitcher Miles […]
This year’s North Central Missouri All Conference girls basketball team is being released today (Wednesday). Making the first team for Mexico is Raigan Playter and Reghan Smith. Logan Blevins was named to the second team. The Mexico Lady Bulldogs had a second place finish in the NCMC this year with a 7-3 record, behind the […]
The second annual Find Your Path event is taking place at the Mexico High School this (Wednesday) morning. The event was moved from last week to this week due to the weather. 65 area employers gathered at the high school. From 3:30 until 6 community members will be able to meet employers and even apply […]
The deadline for applications being accepted for Mexico’s Little Dixie Fire Chief is being extended to April 30th. The original deadline was February 1st, however according to retiring Chief Ken Hoover the board of directors are looking for more applications. Chief Ken Hoover will officially retire from the department tomorrow (Friday). Deputy Chief Steve Gentry […]
The Mexico Public Safety Department responded to the following calls yesterday (Tuesday). A child abuse neglect call at the corner of East Liberty and Agricultural. A scam at North Olive and at 825 East Love. A peace disturbance at West Monroe.
The Mexico School breakfast and lunch menus for Wednesday, February 27th read by Eugene Field Food Specialist Jennifer Mosley. Tune in every morning Monday through Friday at 6:35 on AM 1340 KXEO and the AM I Awake Morning Show to find out what is the on menu for the Mexico Public Schools.
A Jefferson City man is police custody after an over 40 minute standoff in a south side Jefferson City neighborhood yesterday (Tuesday). According to the Jefferson City Police Department they found the man in the 300 block of Hickory Street yesterday (Tuesday) after a weapons offense happened the night before. Officers say the 30 year […]
The Hallsville R-IV School District and the family of a Hallsville girl who committed suicide in April of 2017 have reached a settlement according to court records. A wrongful death suit was filed against the Hallsville R-IV School District in July of 2018 by Elizabeth Overstreet, the mother of Rylie Wagner who died in April […]
The Missouri Tigers Men’s Basketball team dropped a game on the road 68-49 to Mississippi State last (Tuesday) night. Freshman Torrence Watson led a pair of Tigers in double figures, matching his career high with 12 points. Sophomore Jeremiah Tilmon added 11 points. Mizzou is back at home on Saturday against South Carolina. The St. […]