A Fall Mexico Festival Cancels For 2020

A tradition in Mexico is canceled for 2020 amid concerns over COVID-19. In a Facebook post this (Tuesday) afternoon, the Walk Back In Time is announcing that they are canceling this year’s festival due to the pandemic. They say they will be hosting it next year, provided the outbreak is over.

Mexico Public Safety Report 6/30/20

ARRESTS: Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls for service yesterday (Monday): Harassment on North Jefferson and at the East Liberty Apartments. Identity theft reported on South Muldrow. Fireworks at Ozark Place, and at 4820 South Clark. A one car accident reported at Plunkett Park yesterday (Monday). CAR ACCIDENTS: According to the accident report […]

KXEO Sports Report 6/30/20

St. Louis Blues head coach Craig Berube is back in St. Louis and is ready to lead his guys to potential back-to-back championships. Berube who is nicknamed the Chief, has been spending much of this pandemic back at his home in Philadelphia. Berube said yesterday he believes the team is mentally prepared for the sudden […]

Ameren Missouri Set To Reinstate Late Payment Fees

Ameren Missouri is announcing the return of late payment fees. Late payment fees will be reinstated on large, non-residential accounts July 15, while residential and small non-residential accounts will have until August 3 before late payment fees return. Ameren Missouri is still offering payment assistance programs, including its Clean Slate Programs to help customers pay […]

Mexico Intersection Closed As Water Main Replacement Continues

New water main installation in Mexico closes intersection. North Olive Street at Hendricks is closed through part of Wednesday as a contractor for Missouri American Water works on the water main project. The project will replace water mains along Hendricks from North Jefferson to Luther Drive. Motorists should be aware of work ongoing in those […]