CALLS FOR SERVICE: Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls for service yesterday (Tuesday): A stealing or theft at the South Clark Apartments. Shots fired reported on North Washington. Loose livestock at the Highway 54 Bypass.
The University of Missouri Alumni Association in Audrain County has around 200 members and hosts many events during the year from raising money for scholarships to watch parties for Mizzou basketball and football games. Tony Robertson joined the Am I Awake Morning Show on AM 1340 KXEO today to talk about his organization.
With Christmas quickly approaching officials at the post office reminding people of deadlines for packages to be in the mail to reach its destination by December 25th. Richard Ayers, Postmaster at the Mexico Post Office says domestic first class packaging should be in the mail by December 20th to be delivered by Christmas. Ayers says […]
An investigation into a shots fired incident in Mexico yesterday (Tuesday) afternoon is continuing. Police say it happened in the 700 block of North Washington just before 1pm. Officers report a boyfriend of a resident in the area arrived and the two began arguing, and the boyfriend fired a gun one time, with both people […]
A Mexico woman is recovering from injuries after driving her vehicle into a creek yesterday (Tuesday) morning. According to Mexico Public Safety an alert citizen noticed a vehicle in a creek with the driver still inside in the area of Huntingfield Road and Teal Lake Road around 11:55 am. 85 year old Edna Willis drove […]
The Mexico Board of Education will hold a special session tomorrow (Thursday). Marci Minor Public Information Director for Mexico Schools says the board will have the special session meeting to talk about the superintendent search. Dr. Zach Templeton recently announced he will be retiring at the end of the school year. Minor says they hope […]
ARRESTS: Mexico Public Safety reports the arrest of 35 year old Melissa M. Waters yesterday (Monday) for Third Degree Domestic Assault. CALLS FOR SERVICE: Mexico Public Safety responded to the following calls for service yesterday (Monday): A foot pursuit at the South Trails Shopping Center. A stealing or theft on South Clark. Threats at Harwood.
Mexico residents will be asked to approve a 2 percent use tax during the April 7th General Election. The Mexico City Council voted to put it the tax question on the April ballot at their meeting tonight (Monday). The local use tax would be on products purchased online across state lines. The sales tax in […]
Some ups and downs reported in Economic Development for the city of Mexico in 2019. Mexico Assistant City Manager Russell Runge, gave an update at a Mexico City Council Work Session tonight (Monday). The current unemployment rate sits at 2.4%. Runge says this is a positive. 144 business licenses were issued this year with 44 […]
Once a month local Optometrist Dr. Carl Abbott talks to KXEO listeners about eye health. This morning Dr. Abbott discussed what to look for when choosing a pair of eyeglasses.