Hartzler In Mexico

United States Congresswoman Vicky Hartzler made a stop in Mexico this afternoon [Monday] for a United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development Information Session. Hartzler, along with State Representative Kent Haden and State Senator Jeanie Riddle were in attendance to hear about different options to help local communities with the ongoing challenge regarding wastewater regulations. […]

Mexico Public Safety Report For 8/19/19

Mexico Public Safety reports the arrest of 20 year old Jason L. Hagen on Friday for a Warren County Parole and Probation Warrant. 33 year old Amanda R. Good arrested on Saturday, August 17th for a Callaway County Warrant. Also arrested on Saturday, 51 year old Jami L. Lewis for a Ralls County Warrant. CALLS […]

Mexico School Staff, Community Leaders Hear How To Help Students In New Ways

Mexico Public School staff along with community leaders gathered at Emmons Hall today [Friday] to hear Dr. Ruby Payne discuss social breakdown and how it impacts students and teachers. Dr. Payne says classrooms are losing teachers rapidly because of a lack of tools to handle challenging students. Dr. Payne offered strategies to help reduce anger, […]

Hardin Park Ribbon Cutting

The City of Mexico hosted a ribbon cutting to officially introduce the new playground equipment at Hardin Park to the community today. [Friday] The new equipment features a train theme and was inspired by the nearby railway. The funding for the new equipment came from the Park Sales Tax passed by voters in August of […]

Back To School Eating And Sleeping Tips For Students

With students going back or getting ready to back to school eating and sleeping habits may need to change. Jim Meyer, Health and Education Specialist with the Ralls County MU Extension Office was a guest on AM 1340 KXEO and the AM I Awake Morning Show with Matt Pilger today (Friday). He provided some tips […]

Mexico Public Safety Report For 8/16/19

CALLS FOR SERVICE: Mexico Public Safety went to the following calls for service yesterday (Thursday): A suspicious person at 4820 South Clark. A vehicle break in on Jubel Drive. Shop lifting at 4820 South Clark. A careless and imprudent driver on the corner of East Liberty and Littleby Road. A stealing or theft at East […]

Audrain County Boil Order

Public Water Supply District Number two of Audrain County has issued a boil order for some residents along Highway 15. The District is conducting a waterline upgrade and the water to some residents was shut off temporarily. The boil order is expected to continue through Friday. Water for consumption should be boiled vigorously for three […]

ACLU Says Not Enough Time To Collect Signatures

Critics of Missouri’s new law that restricts abortions will not make a push to gather the signatures needed to put it to a public vote. The American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri says it is impossible to collect the nearly 100 thousand voter signatures required in two weeks when the new law takes effect. The […]

Two Arrested In Multi-County Chase

Two people are facing numerous charges after a multi-county pursuit yesterday. [Wednesday] According to the Pike County Sheriff’s Office, the driver of a vehicle, identified as Cole R. Couch of Bowling Green, fled when a deputy attempted to stop him regarding an ongoing investigation. Couch led deputies on a lengthy pursuit through Pike, Ralls and […]