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Tigers come up short in topsy turvy fourth quarter

January 23, 2017 – Ties and lead changes dominated the second half  of the Tigers Courtwarming game and in the end the Tigers came out on the short end of…

ESSD passes new Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

January 23, 2017 – The Excelsior Springs School District laid out  its goals for the next five years at its January Board of Education meeting. The board voted to approve…

Detectives unable to contact tipster who provided a new lead to 31 year old Jane Doe case

January 23, 2017 – A recent Crime Stoppers hotline call gave Clay County detectives a new lead to a 31 year old Jane Doe cold case, but recent attempts to…

Sansons set to bring back historical greatness to east block of Broadway

January 19, 2017 – The heart of downtown Excelsior Springs will beat a little faster over the next few years as Kim and Gary Sanson take on their biggest community…

ALICE training provides key knowledge in violent situations

January 19, 2017 – City of Excelsior Springs Employees packed the Excelsior Springs Community Center’s Community Room for some real-world training this week. Lt. Paul White of the Excelsior Springs…

Warner faces multiple sexual molestation charges

January 19, 2017 – An Excelsior Springs man has a Clay County court date on Thursday, Feb. 9 for a hearing based on sexual molestation charges. Adam Joshua Warner, 30, is…

Local center doubles efforts in helping homelessness

January 16, 2017 – The Good Samaritan Center is continuing its efforts in combating homelessness in Excelsior Springs. The center is now working to partner with the Missouri Housing Development…

Excelsior Springs Community Center surpasses membership goal

January 16, 2017 – After two months since opening its doors, the Excelsior Springs Community Center has reached a very important goal. The center hoped to reach 1,100 memberships by…

Pipe bomb rattles neighborhood, suspect in custody

  January 16, 2017 – Residents on and around Myrtle Ave. were rattled on Thursday, Jan. 12 when an explosion shook the neighborhood. The boom, caused by an apparent pipe…

Bond refinance sees big savings for ESSD

The Excelsior Springs Board of Education voted to save nearly $1 million at its monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. 9 at the Excelsior Springs Early Childhood Center’s Board of Education…

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