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Fundraising in full swing to save Superior office

Once there were many offices and pavilions throughout downtown Excelsior Springs where visitors could get a drink of the mineral waters that made the town famous nationwide. Today, only one…

Register to vote in primary by Feb. 17

Two elections—one national and one local—are coming up quickly, and those who wish to cast ballots, but aren’t yet registered to vote, have until the middle of next week to…

New airport co-managers exploring new possibilities

Not only does the Excelsior Springs Memorial Airport have a newly-paved 2,000-foot by 47-foot runway, it also has new co-managers. Since Jerry Beebe and Don Myers took over management of…

Stevenson faces dozens of charges from incident

The Ray County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office announced Anthony R. Stevenson, of Excelsior Springs, Missouri, was charged with 14 counts of first degree assault on a law enforcement officer, 14 counts…

Farris Street: Getting done a little at a time

Don’t expect Farris Street to open until spring, but drivers might see bits and pieces of work done during warm spells over the winter months. The project has been done…

School district, foundation team up to hire director

The hunt is now officially on for an executive director for the Excelsior Springs Educational Foundation. On Monday, Jan. 11, the Excelsior Springs Board of Education voted 7-0 to fund…

Clay County certified as ‘Work Ready’ by ACT organization

Clay County is now officially part of the Certified Work Ready Communities objective. Nearly 150 businesses signed on to the effort, which is a tool for economic development. Word came…

ES woman dies of injuries from Wednesday wreck

News of an accident on 92 Hwy at RA Hwy spread quickly after the roads were shut down for several hours on Wednesday morning, Jan. 6. The Clay County Sheriff’s…

Superior Well office effort gains momentum

With only a few months left before their self-imposed deadline, the Superior Well Office Steering Committee has reported some significant developments that indicate their efforts may come to fruition. Janet…

ESFD responds to alleyway fire

Rain this past Saturday evening, Dec. 26, didn’t help put out a fire in the 400 block of Isley Boulevard. According to Excelsior Springs Fire Department Deputy Fire Chief Scott…

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