An Auxvasse woman is recovering from moderate injuries after a one car accident in Audrain County. According to the Missouri Highway Patrol it happened Saturday night when 38 year old Travis G. Williams hit a deer on US 54 East of Route HH. The passenger in the car 39 year old Tara L. Williams was […]
The Mexico High School Class of 2018 will graduate tonight (Monday). Mexico High School Principal Brad Ellebrach says they will have nine Valedictorians. Rain is not in the forecast for tonight (Monday) however a plan is place just in case. If it rains the ceremony will be moved from Hawthorne Heights Field into the Sports […]
Mexico’s only Sports Talk Show is back at 8:30 this (Saturday) morning on AM 1340 KXEO. It is a full program with a featured interview Missouri Tigers Football all time wins leader Coach Gary Pinkel. Coach Pinkel joins the program to talk about his book, how he recruited Mexico’s own Dedrick Harrington, and an update […]
The Awards Assembly at Mexico High School this morning [Friday] included more scholarships for students than initially thought, exceeding 1 million dollars. According to Gail Lankford in the guidance office, more money came in unexpectedly raising the scholarship total to one million, twelve thousand, seven hundred fifty four dollars. This is one of the highest […]
The Audrain County Clerk’s office confirmed today [Friday] Emergency Management Director, Steven Shaw, is on administrative leave. According to Major Brice Mesko with Mexico Public Safety, Shaw was allegedly involved in 2 disturbances that took place on Monroe street near the square on May 8th, but Shaw was not arrested. Mesko said the incident is […]
Today the seniors at Mexico High School walked out after having completed their final day. Student Body President Maggie Clampitt says the day was strange because they were in school, but not in class. She says she hasn’t been able to process everything yet, and she probably won’t until after she walks across the stage. […]
Students at Hawthorne Elementary put on a display of talents today that ranged from singing to gymnastics, and ventriloquism to animal calls.
It is prime season for mosquito and tick bites which can cause diseases like Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever, Lyme disease, and West Nile Virus. Robin Allen Nurse Practioner with SSM-Audrain says one of the best ways to avoid bites is through prevention. Allen says if you do a really good job of checking your clothing […]
Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls yesterday (Thursday): Property damage at 1221 West Brekenridge Drive Apartment 1. An assault with injury at 620 East Monroe. A stealing or theft at MacFarlane. A fire at 915 East Jackson.
Mexico High School Seniors are being honored with nine hundred seventy seven thousand dollars in scholarships at an awards ceremony this (Friday) morning. Mexico High School Principal Brad Ellebrach says the scholarships are made up of a lot of local money. Graduation is Monday night, May 21st with 150 students walking across the stage.