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High School schedule topic of parents forum

May 25, 2017- Dozens of parents and students filled the Excelsior Springs High School Performing Arts Center on Monday, May 22 to hear the latest on the new flexible-modular scheduling…

Commission approves Clay County Children’s Fund ballot language

May 25, 2017 – A round of applause from gathered audience members celebrated the Clay County Commission’s decision to approve ballot language for the August election that, if approved, would…

After 30 years, Dr. Tompkins says good-bye to ES

May 25, 2017 – After 30 years of caring for pediatric patients in and around Excelsior Springs, Dr. Rory Tompkins has announced the closing of the Excelsior Springs Pediatric Clinic.…

DWI checkpoints in Missouri possibly a thing of the past

May 23, 2017 – A recent passing of a bill through state legislature will affect the Excelsior Springs Police Department, assuming it’s not vetoed by Governor Greitens. With the recent…

Tobacco 21 passes unanimously

Businesses that sell tobacco within the city limits of Excelsior Springs may now only do so to those who are 21 years of age and older. After weeks of consideration,…

Memorial Day changes Standard/Town and Country schedule

The upcoming holiday will see changes to the production schedule of The Excelsior Springs Standard and Town and Country Leader.  The Standard office will be closed on Monday, May 30…

ESHS awarded a $402,000 Kauffman Foundation Grant

May 22, 2017 – Excelsior Springs High School is progressing toward a new curriculum design moving forward, a plan that has now been accelerated due to the procurement of a…

Excelsior Springs Hospital names new CEO

The Board of Trustees of Excelsior Springs Hospital has announced Kristen DeHart as the new chief executive officer, effective June 2. DeHart replaces Sally Nance, who retired last December after…

Update to revocable licenses up for approval at next Commission meeting

May 18, 2017- An update to revocable licenses for boat slips could see approval at the Monday, May 22 meeting of the Clay County commission. The item was put on…

Excelsior Springs now owns property to begin building dog park

May 18, 2017 – Excelsior Springs is one step closer in having a dog park for its residents to enjoy. City Council members voted unanimously to purchase a four acre…

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