One new case of the novel coronavirus being reported today (Tuesday) by the Audrain County Health Department. As of 1:00 this afternoon there are 207 total cases of COVID-19 in the county with 13 of them active. 193 residents have recovered from the virus and there has been one death.
About 80 percent of the 2,400 families in the Mexico School District have now registered for the upcoming year. Online registration ended yesterday (Monday) afternoon. Marci Minor, public information director for the district says about 237 families registered for distance learning which accounts for about 10 percent of enrollment so far. Minor says most other […]
CALLS FOR SERVICE: Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls for service yesterday (Monday): A report of animal abuse or neglect at 4920 South Clark. A suicidal subject on East Liberty. A missing juvenile on the corner of Springdale Court and Omar. A natural gas odor at Neptune.
The Audrain County Recorder of Deeds Office is warning of a scam. According to Audrain County Recorder of Deeds Janice Deimeke a person received a call recently from a number that appeared to be from her office. The caller said the person’s social security number has been compromised. The scam has been reported to local […]
Mexico City Manager Bruce Slagle was the featured guest on AM 1340 KXEO and the Am I Awake Morning Show today with Matt Pilger. Mr. Slagle updated the listeners on last (Monday) night’s city council meeting and talked about what the fiscal budget for 2021 may look like.
A 2nd hearing for Mexico murder suspect 22 year old Deyton Fisher is set to take place this (Tuesday) morning. Fisher is one of three men accused of entering the home of 25 year old Chance Davis on June 27th and fatally shooting him. Fisher is set to appear by video conference at 9 this […]
Mexico Mayor Dr. Ayanna Shivers and members of the community are holding meetings to talk about gun violence that has claimed the life of 2 young people in the town over the last 45 days. 25 year old Chance Davis was shot and killed in his home on June 27th. Last week 17 year old […]
Commissioners of the power 5 conferences in college football are continuing to talk about the potential cancellation of the season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Big Ten and Pac-12 will meet today (Tuesday) and vote on whether to cancel the college football season and possibly attempt to play in spring of 2021. The SEC […]
The total number of cases of the novel coronavirus in Audrain County is now over the 200 mark. In this afternoon’s (Monday) 4:00 press briefing, the Audrain County Health Department is reporting 206 cases of the virus in the county, up 7 from Friday’s report. 14 cases are active, an increase in 5 from Friday […]
CALLS FOR SERVICE: Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls for service over the weekend starting on Friday, August 7th: A stealing or theft on South Jeffries. A fraud at 4050 South Clark. Public Safety went to these calls on Saturday, August 8th: A suspicious person on North Western. A fraud at Mars. An […]