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Kenneth Dickey receives civic leadership award

Kenneth Dickey of Excelsior Springs recently was given a Civic Leadership Award by the Missouri Municipal League and the city of Excelsior Springs. The award, presented during a banquet held earlier…

Newest pocket park project sets stage for events

The pocket park located on the southwest corner of the intersection of Broadway Avenue and Marietta Street—just east of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home—has a new stage, set in place…

O’Connells kept the Goodtimes rolling

How do you sum up 21 and a half years of hard work? Denny O’Connell and his wife, Phil, are hanging up their restaurateur hats after two decades of serving…

Anytime Fitness gives back, wherever they are

A little girl in Richmond is recovering from horrific injuries she sustained in a lawnmower accident earlier this year, and when Anytime Fitness sponsored a 5k event in Richmond this…

Radio station 102.7 The Hog planning June 21 launch party at Flander Hall

A little more than a week from now, local radio station The Hog will finally take its place along the FM dial at 102.7, putting it on the airwaves alongside…

Five from Troop 309 achieve Eagle rank together

Families and friends attended a special Eagle Court of Honor Saturday afternoon for no fewer than five members of Boy Scout Troop 309. Ian Johnson, Kyle Kennedy, Kolton Kopp, Marcos…

Volunteers build ramp for disabled veteran

A few tears and a lot of sweat and hard work were shared during a very special two-day work project that took place in Excelsior Springs late last week. Both…

Memorial Day speaker has local roots

The keynote speaker for Excelsior Springs’ Memorial Day service on Monday is an alumnus of Excelsior Springs High School, and his parents still live here. Randall Parman, the son of…

Graduation 2014: Seniors celebrate accomplishments, say farewell

The Excelsior Springs High School 2014 commencement ceremony brought lots of smiles, congratulatory hugs and more than a few tears as the seniors gathered in one group for the last…

Law enforcement vigil defies DC weather, takes local angle

It didn’t turn out the way they had planned, but organizers of a local “virtual candlelight vigil” say their salute to fallen law enforcement officers turned out well anyway. Doug…

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