Sgt. Scott White of the Missouri State Highway Patrol sat down with 1340 KXEO Saturday morning for another edition of Public Perspective where we talked about Independence Day travel safety and learned more about the training Troopers go through. The full interview can be heard below.
Nick Tietsort was the guest on Saturday’s Public Perspectives and talked about his role in county government and the challenges faced in managing the COVID-19 pandemic locally. Hear the full interview here.
Public Perspectives guest Robert Bias, Chief of Police for Centralia talks about COVID-19, police training, and something exciting coming to Centralia this summer.
Mexico’s Mayor Dr. Ayanna Shivers joins Public Perspective to talk about re-election to the City Council, goals, and a new program that will benefit Mexico High School seniors.
Executive Director of the Laura Miller George Help Center in Mexico Phillip Iman joins Public Perspectives to talk about how COVID-19 has impacted how they provide services to those in need, as well as how they continue their mission.
AM 1340 KXEO and the local talk show Public Perspective will feature an interview with Fulton Public Schools superintendent Dr. Jacque Cowherd and public information director Karen Sneethen. Discussion includes a ballot question the school district is proposing on a bond issue no tax rate increase for $27,500,000 to provide funds for extra space for students, improving […]
Mexico High School has a four-time Nationals qualifier in Riley Given, and a two-time qualifier in Grant Norfleet. The joined Public Perspective to talk about the significance of that as well as how important Fine Arts are to student well-being.
Mexico FFA Advisor & Ag Instructor Kendra Allen and Mexico FFA member Ellen Phillips talk about how COVID-19 has impacted the Mexico FFA chapter and FFA as a whole.
Bill Kessler with the Pork Producers and Bruce Mershon with the Cattlemen’s Association joined Representative Dr. Kent Haden, DVM to discuss the effects COVID-19 is having on livestock producers and Missouri’s agriculture industry on Public Perspectives.
Three teachers with the Mexico Public Schools joined Public Perspectives Saturday morning to share their stories of how the COVID-19 crisis is wreaking havoc with schedules and activities.