Missouri Tigers Football have their 10th commitment of the 2021 class. Coach Eli Drinkwitz announced yesterday (Monday) that Daylan Carnell, a highly-rated cornerback from Indianapolis is coming to play for the ZOU. He is 6’1, and a 4-star rated cornerback from Ben Davis High School. Carnell had 13 others offers on the table including Purdue, […]
The first COVID-19 death in Audrain County is being reported tonight. The Audrain County Health Department released the information at 3 this (Monday) afternoon and say out of respect for privacy, they will not be releasing any further information regarding the patient. According to the health department Audrain County has had 89 confirmed cases with […]
The Audrain Ambulance District is welcoming a new administrator. According to The Mexico Ledger, Graeme Goodwin is the former chief medical officer of the Lincoln County Ambulance District in Troy and is now the administrator for Audrain Ambulance District. Originally from Auckland, New Zealand and now living in Fulton, Goodwin is planning on moving to […]
ARRESTS: Mexico Public Safety reports the arrest of 19 year old Cassandra B. Gilbertson on Friday, May 29th for a DWI and Possession of Drugs. CALLS FOR SERVICE: Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls for service over the weekend starting on Friday, May 29th: A scam on South Trinity. A vehicle break in […]
The Audrain County Health Department is releasing the May Food Establishment Report. A total of 11 businesses were inspected.
Once a month local optometrist Dr. Carl Abbott joins AM 1340 KXEO and the Am I Awake Morning Show. Today’s topic was the impact of tear gas on the eye. Dr. Abbott discusses short and long term impacts of the chemicals on the eyes.
An Illinois woman is facing several charges after an arrest in Mexico on Friday night following a crash where police say she hit several parked cars and a building. According to Mexico Public Safety it happened around 11:16 in the 400 block of West Love. The driver identified as 19 year old Cassandra B. Gilbertson. […]
The Handi-Shop is Mexico is now accepting cardboard only by the Liberty Street entrance. The announcement was made on their Facebook Page this morning. The Handi-Shop asks for to not drop off any other recycling or store donations at this time as they do not have the staff to process everything.
Mizzou Hoops coaches are speaking out on the continuing nationwide protests. Yesterday, Tigers head basketball coach Cuonzo Martin tweeted about how people in and outside the game can take measures to promote justice. Martin said for too long, we’ve seen violence toward people of color, the hate, the racism, the systemic oppression. It has to […]
Missouri casinos are set to reopen today (Monday), ending an almost 2 1/2 month shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All 13 of Missouri’s casinos were closed on March 17th in an effort to limit the spread of the coronavirus. The closure was extended last month through May 31st. Many of the casinos are in […]