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Tuesday evening fire heavily damages house

A fire heavily damaged a house on the west edge of the Golf Hill neighborhood on Tuesday night. Fire Chief Paul Tribble said the Excelsior Springs Fire Department responded to…

Board approves upcoming projects

Tray Harkins was re-elected to his role as president of the Excelsior Springs Board of Education on Monday night, with no dissent from any board members, and Troy Snelling became…

New law designed to stop drive-offs

The leadership of the Excelsior Springs City Council will remain the same for the next year, as the council met in a special session late Wednesday afternoon to certify the…

Engineering, land purchases propel Farris Street project

The Excelsior Springs City Council voted 4-0 last Monday to enter into an agreement for engineering for a newly-redesigned Farris Street, and to purchase two properties near the project site.…

Council moving forward on runway, makes 10-year airport commitment

The Excelsior Springs City Council voted 4-0 on Monday night to enter into an agreement to replace the runway at the Excelsior Springs Memorial Airport—thereby committing to keep the airport…

Truck, other equipment stolen from city barn

One or more thieves broke into the public works barn in the 1200 block of S. Marietta Street overnight from Sunday to Monday, according to police. “Three chainsaws, keys and…

Community center passes; Powell, Buckman, Houck, Shewell, Diebold elected

It’s been a long road to the corner of Tiger Drive and Wornall Road, but the voters spoke on Tuesday to voice their support for a community center that’s been…

ES Fire Chief Cantrell retiring; Tribble steps up

Fire Chief Kent Cantrell will be retiring from his position as of the middle of this month, and Deputy Fire Chief Paul Tribble has been chosen to succeed him as…

Polling places, updated

The Standard has learned that there has been a recent change in the polling place for the Washington 1 voting precinct in Clay County. An updated list of polling places…

NKC utilities head joins city of Excelsior Springs

Lisa Meyer loves her job—but it’s not necessarily where she thought she’d end up. Meyer, who moved into the office of Excelsior Springs’ utilities director this week, has been working…

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