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Council expands curfew ordinance

For the first time in its history, Rainbow Swim Club will not be opening for the summer on Memorial Day weekend. In fact, at this point it looks like the…

Financial woes force Rainbow Swim Club’s closure

For the first time in its history, Rainbow Swim Club will not be opening for the summer on Memorial Day weekend. In fact, at this point it looks like the…

Police expecting quiet weekend despite biker club visit

A well-known motorcycle club will be in Excelsior Springs this weekend, but police say they don’t anticipate any problems. The Mongols will have a regional meeting at The Elms Hotel…

Strong storms on Saturday night rock area communities

Strong storms—including at least some tornadoes—ripped through Clay and Ray counties Saturday night, leaving plenty of damage in its wake. In Excelsior Springs, the worst of the weather was likely…

Changes coming next school year

This school year is winding down, but when students return to the classroom in August they’ll have some changes—approved at the Monday, May 11, meeting of the Excelsior Springs Board…

Museum ‘passing the hat’ this weekend

This Friday evening and Saturday morning, local residents will have a chance to support the Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives as volunteers “pass the hat” to accept monetary donations. The…

City code update to be okayed May 18

Following a public hearing with no public participation, the Excelsior Springs City Council on Monday night, May 4, tabled an ordinance that would adopt a new, updated municipal code. The…

Dozens turn out for Superior well/office open house

A steady stream of area residents, many of whom are supporters of historic preservation in Excelsior Springs, attended an open house Sunday afternoon at the site of the Superior mineral…

Motorcyclist killed in crash

A 27-year-old Excelsior Springs man died in a two-vehicle accident in Ray County on Thursday night. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Morgan R. Garnett, Excelsior Springs, was northbound…

Committee seeks public input at Superior open house

In a month, a grassroots steering committee trying to save the former office for the Superior mineral water well will present their proposals to the Excelsior Springs City Council. But…

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