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Temperatures Monday were in the low teens and there was biting wind, but that didn't diminish the optimism and spirits of the Mexico community as... [Read More]
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The Mexico School District No. 59 Board of Education focused on staffing priorities, capital improvements, equipment and supply purchases, along with other wishlist items at... [Read More]
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The Mexico Area Chamber of Commerce recognizes multiple individuals and organizations each year for their contribution to the Mexico Business Community. The annual meeting and... [Read More]
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An employee at Missouri American Water learned about sidewalks near Hawthorne Elementary School were still snow covered and so students were having to walk in... [Read More]
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With large amounts of snow predicted for much of northeast Missouri, drivers are being asked to plan accordingly.  Missouri Department of Transportation crews will... [Read More]
The U.S. Senate should not delay a vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, Attorney General Josh Hawley said Wednesday during... [Read More]
Mid-Missouri farmers may begin to feel the heat, financially, as farmers harvest corn following a severe drought this summer. Henry Westhues, Randolph County Farm... [Read More]
Grandparents' Day brought community members to Scattering Fork Outdoor Center Sunday for family fun, a scavenger hunt and other outdoor activities. "I came to... [Read More]
Raindrops pellet the ground; wind rushes through tree limbs; telephone wires tremble. Summer storms are a common occurrence, and so is the power outage that... [Read More]
The Mexico City Council unanimously voted to maintain the previous fiscal year's property tax rate for 2019 at its regular meeting Monday evening. The... [Read More]
The biofuel capital of Missouri welcomed hundreds of visitors for the town's annual Soybean Festival. The Mexico area is surrounded by crops, and as harvest... [Read More]
Eric Luechtefeld doesn't need a microphone. His resonant voice seems to fill any space — even one as big as the Audrain County 4-H Center's... [Read More]
The first day of school is usually reserved for name games and other light-hearted activities, but at Mexico's campus of the Moberly Area Community College,... [Read More]
A fleet-footed suspect is on the run in Audrain County, the sheriff's office reported as of Thursday afternoon. Authorities encouraged nearby residents to lock their... [Read More]
Burnham "Bernie" Hogan said he was completely overwhelmed and underprepared for the large turnout at his book signing of his autobiography, "What a Trip," 11... [Read More]
Reports of an abused dog along U.S. 54 near the Audrain and Callaway county line were falsified, according to Audrain County Sheriff Matt Oller. ... [Read More]
SSM Health announced Thursday it has entered exclusive discussions with University of Missouri Health Care to potentially transfer ownership of St. Mary's hospitals in Mexico... [Read More]
    Maybe it was to help recently graduated teammate Alex Dukes prepare for his first season with the cross country and track... [Read More]
All Mexico residents were reported safe after a thunderstorm moved over the area 12:15 a.m. Tuesday with strong winds and several minutes of extremely heavy... [Read More]
The Mexico Public Safety Department responded to a rooftop fire at approximately 5:17 p.m. Friday in the 1500 block of Industrial Drive. There were no... [Read More]
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