KXEO Sports Report For 1/18/20

The Missouri Tigers Men’s Basketball Team will be on the road against the Alabama Crimson Tide this afternoon. The Tigers are hoping to rebound after their worst offensive performance of the year in their last game where they lost to Mississippi State. Mizzou and Alabama have identical overall records at 9-7. The Tigers are 1-3 […]

Mexico Chamber Of Commerce Dinner 2020

Over 200 people in attendance at the Mexico Chamber of Commerce Dinner at the Mexico Elks Lodge last night. Last year’s Chamber President Brian Haefner handed the gavel over to Grant Toellner who will serve as this years president. Melody Farnen received the Colonel Stribling Community Service Award. KXEO/KWWR Radio was awarded the G. Andry […]

Mexico Public Safety Report For 1/17/20

CALLS FOR SERVICE: Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls for service yesterday. A 911 abuse or misuse on Mary Street. A suspicious vehicle at the corner of West Monroe and Muldrow. A fraud on East Jackson. A stealing or theft at 4820 South Clark. Shoplifting on 4820 South Clark. CAR ACCIDENTS: A 2 […]

Train Hits Grain Truck In Mexico

No injuries reported following an incident in Mexico yesterday morning where a train hit a grain truck. According to Mexico Public Safety it happened in the 2000 block of West Boulevard when a 1992 Chevrolet grain truck driven by 75 year old Gary P. Riedel of Centralia tried to go around another truck that was […]

KXEO Sports Report For 1/17/20

The Mizzou Women’s Basketball Team fell to the Number 1 ranked South Carolina Gamecocks 78-45 at Mizzou Arena last night. Freshman guard Aijha Blackwell led the Tigers with 13 points, her 11th game this season in double figures. Freshman forward Hayley Frank tacked on 9 points of her own. Next up Mizzou women will travel […]

School Closings For Friday, January 17th

Snow, freezing rain mixed with sleet in the weather forecast has a multitude of school closings today. Starting with Mexico Public Schools as well as the St. Brendan Catholic School. Callaway Head Start, Centralia R-6, Fulton,Hallsville, the Moberly Area Community College in Mexico and Moberly, also Moberly Public Schools. The Moberly Senior Center, Paris R-2, […]

New HomeBANK Facility In Mexico Set To Open

HomeBANK in Mexico is slated to open Tuesday morning at 8. The Mexico Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting on Thursday morning at 10:00. HomeBANK is headquartered in Palmyra and has locations in Palmyra, Centralia, Hannibal, Canton and West Quincy in Missouri and two locations in Quincy, Illinois. The bank was established in […]

Energy Transfer Officials In Mexico To Discuss Pipeline

Officials from Pan Handle Eastern Pipeline an Energy Transfer Company made an appearance in Mexico this afternoon. A pipeline owned by the company ruptured and exploded on March 3rd last year on Missouri 15, one mile north of Mexico. Kevin W. Ferguson, a Technical Operations Director for the company says they have changed some of […]