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Green thumbs in Prathersville

Edwin Summers might’ve liked dirt, but he wasn’t wild about flowers. So in addition to working for the Army Corps of Engineers, he owned a pair of farms – one…

ES Christmas Committee looking for volunteers

The Excelsior Springs Christmas Committee is looking for volunteers to help light up Excelsior this December. The group, which hosts Christmas in Excelsior each year, plans and executes the lighting…

Gregg Williams Tiger Classic raises thousands of dollars for foundation

The foursome of  from left: Bob Cole, Mike Jarman, Jeremy Zimmerman and David Saura were the champions of A flight at the 2016 Gregg Williams Tiger Classic.    For more…

Meet the Need growing its own produce to augment food for recipients

Meet the Need is a crisis food pantry, located on Jesse James Road in Excelsior Springs. Executive Director Kris Peoples said the center typically gives out three days worth of…

Sobriety checkpoint scheduled July 22-24

In 2015 there were 12 alcohol- and/or drug-related traffic crashes in Excelsior Springs, most resulting in injury. In an ongoing effort to crack down on impaired driving, the Excelsior Springs…

Saturday wreck leaves two dead

An Excelsior Springs man, Joseph Chamberlain, 28, and a Kansas City woman, Nora Evans, both died as the result of in an accident at 5:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 17.…

Gabe Mills, senior-to-be, died ‘helping other people’

A candlelight vigil at Excelsior Springs High School Tiger Stadium to honor the memory of ESHS student Gabe Mills will be held Sunday, July 24 at 9:30 p.m. Mills, who…

Public invited to watch Tiger cheerleaders perform at ESMS

The women of Excelsior Springs High School Tiger cheer and their coaches are inviting the community to support them this coming Tuesday, July 19. At Excelsior Springs Middle School, 701…

Benefit car wash for Bladez Athletics on Saturday

Bladez Athletics will hold a carwash on Saturday, July 16 at the EZ Quick Lube located on Kearney Road in Excelsior Springs The event will help support Bladez Athletics, a…

For Missouri farmers, time to hit ‘reset’

Dr. Scott Brown, a professor of agricultural and applied economics at the University of Missouri, drew generally pessimistic conclusions last week on the state of the state’s farm economy. Using…

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