Columbia Residential Fire Ruled Suspicious By Fire Marshal July 10, 2018
A residential fire in Columbia is being ruled suspicious.
The Columbia Fire Department went to a fire on 308 Mohawk Avenue around 10:20.
No injuries are being reported.
The Columbia Fire Department Fire Marshal’s Office determined the fire was suspicious in nature.
Damages are being estimated at fifty thousand dollars and police are actively working on the case.
Mexico Wrestling Splits Meet at Moberly The Mexico boys and girls wrestling teams competed against Moberly at the Moberly High School last night (Tuesday). The Mexico girls defeated Moberly 54 to 0 and improved to 3-0 in the North Central Missouri Conference. Mexico 54, Moberly 0 100: Double Forfeit 105: Katherine Bowen (Mexico) over (Moberly)…Continue Reading
Fulton Woman With Moderate Injuries In Callaway County Accident A Fulton woman is recovering from moderate injuries after a one car accident in Callaway County yesterday afternoon (Tuesday). According to the Missouri Highway Patrol accident report it happened at 2pm on Route JJ north of Route UU. A vehicle driven by 43 year old Kristie…Continue Reading
Missouri Senate Committee Approves Leslie Meyer as Audrain County Eastern District Commissioner Leslie Meyer’s appointment by Governor Mike Parson as Audrain County Eastern District Commissioner is now officially approved by the Missouri Senate Committee. Meyer appeared before the Missouri Senate Committee last week where Senator Dave Schatz introduced her and her background to the committee.…Continue Reading
KWWR Sports Report 1/19/22 The Mexico Bulldogs boys and girls basketball teams will play round 2 of the Macon Tournament tonight (Wednesday). The Mexico Lady Bulldogs play the Kirksville Lady Tigers with a 6pm tip, then the Mexico Bulldogs boys will face the Macon Tigers at 7:30. In high school basketball last night (Tuesday) the…Continue Reading