The Missouri Department of Natural Resources recently approved a permit for an operation that would house 7,404 hogsto be built in Cooper County, near the Moniteau County line.
Area residents cite concerns that the hogs will pollute water sources and air, while the farm has plans to export manure to area farmers for fertilizer.
The Department of Natural Resources says those affected by the project can appeal to the Administrative Hearing Commission.
Mexico Man Named New Head Bowling Coach at Central Methodist University A Mexico man is taking the reins of the Central Methodist University bowling program. Kevin Duncan is CMU’s new head coach. The 55-year-old Duncan is an Edward Jones advisor in Mexico and has over 40 years of bowling experience. He joined the Professional Bowlers…Continue Reading
Parking Details Released on Two Fireworks Displays in Mexico Mexico Public Safety is releasing information on the two professional fireworks displays that will take place in Mexico over the 4th of July weekend. The first is sponsored by Tyronn Lue and will be after dark on July 3rd at the old AP Green property. Parking…Continue Reading
KWWR Sports Report 6/30/22 Former Mizzou sharp-shooter Jordan Chavis is returning to Columbia as a member of the Columbia College women’s basketball team’s coaching staff. The school announced yesterday (Wednesday) that Chavis will be an assistant coach for the program working under head coach and Columbia College Director of Athletics James Arnold. The St. Louis…Continue Reading
Fulton Woman Arrested for Drug Related Charges After Search Warrant is Served by Law Enforcement A Fulton woman is facing several drug related charges following an arrest earlier this week. According to the Fulton Police Department their officers along with the Callaway County Sheriff’s Office and MUSTANG Drug Task Force served a narcotics search warrant…Continue Reading