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The Mexico Ledger - Mexico, MO
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Bloomberg NewsCARACAS, Venezuela — President Nicolas Maduro’s favorite tool to rally popular support has been a blunt one: Yanqui-bashing. That may lose its clout now that President Barack Obama has moved to restore diplomatic ties with Maduro’s principal ally, Cuba.

Updated at 1:54 PM

The weather outside may have been cold, but the basketball action inside was hot.The North Callaway Thunderbirds welcomed the Van-Far Indians Dec. 16 for a Ledgerland basketball clash that needed two overtime frames to finish. The...

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It's been a busy week for Ledgerland grapplers with all four area programs seeing action.MHSThe MHS JV squad battled it out at Helias Dec. 17. Blake James (145) came away 2-0 with a pin...

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ParisThe Paris Coyotes tangled with the Slater Wildcats Dec. 16 and came away with wins in both the girls and boys varsity games.It was a commanding 52-38 win for the Lady Coyotes that featured a 21...

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The MMS basketball teams played their next to last games Dec. 16 against their Moberly Spartans counterparts.7th gradeThe seventh grade boys squad claimed a hardfought 38-25 victory at home,...

Updated at 1:36 PM

Mexico City Council unanimously approved one resolution and heard three staff reports at a meeting held at 5 p.m. yesterday evening. Council member Steven Nichols was absent from the meeting. The council unanimously approved...

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Late Wednesday morning Chris Miller filed for one of the two open seats for Mexico City Council. Thomas R. Fiedler II and Ron Loesch filed earlier this week. There are two openings for school board and city council.So far three...

Updated at 1:25 PM

Death Notice published Dec. 18, 2014 in The Mexico Ledger

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Death Notice published Dec. 18 in the Mexico Ledger

Updated at 1:15 PM

Colombia's government on Thursday rebuffed a unilateral truce declared by the country's largest rebel group, saying the guerrillas' conditions are unacceptable until a peace deal is reached.

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The unprecedented hack of Sony Pictures which a U.S. official says is linked to North Korea may be the most damaging cyberattack ever inflicted on an American business.

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