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Bridge traffic: Parking restrictions start Wednesday, reroute begins Monday

Don’t let the start date fool you—it’s no joke. Starting at 6 a.m. Wednesday, April 1, parking modifications will go into effect along E. Broadway, Saratoga and Temple avenues as…

Changes in the works for detour traffic

The traffic problems caused by the closure of two bridges near Excelsior Springs’ downtown area haven’t escaped many people’s attention, and a temporary fix will be instituted starting this week.…

City council election is next Tuesday

In one week, voters will go to the polls to cast ballots in the Excelsior Springs City Council race. The ticket in the Tuesday, April 7, election consists of three…

VF Anderson tapped for water main projects

Construction company VF Anderson, Inc., will take on three water main upsizing jobs in Excelsior Springs this year, following the Excelsior Springs City Council’s unanimous vote on Monday, March 16,…

Council to waive fees for housing

In an effort to boost development in town, the Excelsior Springs City Council voted unanimously last Monday, March 16, to waive thousands of dollars in fees for the construction of…

Bridge demolition begins, snarling traffic flow

Nearly a week after the Missouri Department of Transportation closed down two bridges for demolition and reconstruction, motorists are still finding their way around them—and the shift in traffic flow…

District implementing random drug testing for ES high school students

Less than a dozen parents came to an informational meeting held at the Excelsior Springs High School Performing Arts Center in regards to the district’s new drug testing policy for…

Gala raises over $53K to support education

Saturday, March 14 was a memorable night for education in Excelsior Springs as supporters, alumni and community leaders gathered and collectively donated over $53,000. This support came in the form…

Oligschlaeger says Tiger Path helps students improve

So far this school year, fewer than six dozen students have attended the Tiger Path alternate school program in the Excelsior Springs School District. Director of Student Services Erin Oligschlaeger…

Highway to close next Wednesday for eight months

The Missouri Department of Transportation’s massive plan to replace two bridges on Missouri 10 is scheduled to start at 8 a.m. next Wednesday, March 18. The section of highway to…

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