ⓘ Dexter, Missouri

                                     

ⓘ Dexter, Missouri

Dexter was platted in 1873. Mr. Dex, an early settler, gave the community the name of his horse, Dexter. Dexter experienced rapid growth with the arrival of the St. Louis, Iron Mountain and Southern Railway. A post office called Dexter City was established in 1873, and the name was changed to Dexter in 1887.

Dexter high school was listed in the national register of historic places in 2001.

                                     
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  • broadcasting a country music format, licensed in Dexter Missouri United States. The station is currently owned by Dexter Broadcasting Company. Station Information
  • recordings of The Beatles for the American market. Dexter was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri His career in music began in journalism, as he wrote
  • highway in southeastern Missouri United States. Its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 60 midway between Sikeston and Dexter Its southern terminus is