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Dozens turn out for Superior well/office open house

A steady stream of area residents, many of whom are supporters of historic preservation in Excelsior Springs, attended an open house Sunday afternoon at the site of the Superior mineral…

Motorcyclist killed in crash

A 27-year-old Excelsior Springs man died in a two-vehicle accident in Ray County on Thursday night. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Morgan R. Garnett, Excelsior Springs, was northbound…

Committee seeks public input at Superior open house

In a month, a grassroots steering committee trying to save the former office for the Superior mineral water well will present their proposals to the Excelsior Springs City Council. But…

Ground broken for new community center project

Whether it’s five years, 20 years or a lifetime in the making, Excelsior Springs’ new community center is now on track to opening next year. On Friday afternoon, members of…

Rumery hired as economic developer

Terry Rumery of Rumery & Associates will once again provide economic development services to the city of Excelsior Springs. The city council voted 5-0 on Monday, April 20, to contract…

Recent ESHS grad killed in accident

A 19-year-old woman who graduated from Excelsior Springs High School at semester died early Tuesday morning in a one-vehicle crash in Maries County. A report by the Missouri State Highway…

Board okays third budget revision

The Excelsior Springs Board of Education voted 7-0 on Monday night, April 13, to approve their third revision to the 2014-2015 budget. This latest revision includes more than $9 million…

ESSD minimizes insurance hike by switching carriers

The Excelsior Springs Board of Education approved a health insurance plan for 2015-2016 with an 11.2 percent increase over last year’s premiums—but only because they are switching insurance from Blue…

Missing teen now back home

Joe Mikey Franklin, the 16-year-old who had been missing since the weekend, returned home to his mother on Tuesday evening, April 14. Franklin, who is also known as Joseph Obey…

City proceeding on Farris Street redesign project

With bridge demolition pretty much complete and months of reconstruction ready to get underway, city officials are moving to take advantage of the Missouri Department of Transportation’s closure of a…

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