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NKC Ave. wall project delayed again

The extensive project that will replace the retaining wall along the east side of N. Kansas City Avenue has again been delayed a week. Originally scheduled to start on Oct.…

Bill Payne Halloween tradition continues for 87th year

Once again next week, local veterans will continue a tradition that has stood for nearly nine decades—the Bill Payne Halloween Party. American Legion Commander Rich Thogerson said the party will,…

City recognized for promoting public health

The city of Excelsior Springs came away with an award from the Community Health In Action First Annual Awards Luncheon on Tuesday, Oct. 14. Mayor Ambrose Buckman and City Manager…

Cemetery clean-up scheduled for next week

The city of Excelsior Springs will clean up the two city-owned cemeteries the week of Oct. 20-24, so they’re asking the loved ones of all those who are laid to…

City reverses open-carry prohibition

A little over two years ago, the Excelsior Springs City Council voted to ban the open carry of firearms inside the city limits. On Monday night, they backtracked by amending…

Clay candidates invited to Oct. 14 public forum

Next week, the candidates in a variety of Clay County races will be addressing local voters during a political forum sponsored by the Excelsior Springs Business Women of Missouri, the…

Hospital board OKs austere FY 2015 budget

A few weeks ago, the Excelsior Springs City Council okayed a budget for the 2015 fiscal year that skates right on the very edge of the black ink, and this…

Middle school’s PBS ‘superheroes’ take great memories from presentation at Tan-Tar-A

Five local eighth graders had the time of their lives last week, having been among the first students ever to make presentations at the Missouri Safe Schools and Colleges Conference…

GSC halts Harvesters mobile pantry

After months of asking for cooperation from those needing assistance to no avail, Martha Buckman, Director of the Excelsior Springs Good Samaritan Center, has announced that the decision has been…

Council approves N. Kansas City Avenue, Hwy 69 sanitary projects

The Excelsior Springs City Council voted 4-0 on Monday, September 15, to approve agreements that will pave the way for two major projects to happen. Councilwoman Sharon Powell was absent from…

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