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ESHS names Homecoming candidates

Excelsior Springs High School has announced the names of students selected as 2016-17 Homecoming candidates. Homecoming activities will take place Oct. 14-15. This year’s candidates are as follows: Senior candidates:…

Excelsior man proposes events center for county

September 29, 2016 – Ben Wierzbicki, an Excelsior Springs resident who serves as chairman of the Republican Party Central Committee in Clay County, presented an idea Monday that county commissioners…

Woman’s body recovered after plunge into creek

September 29, 2016 – Excelsior Springs Fire Department was among the agencies involved Wednesday in the recovery of a body from a vehicle after it went off 124th Street in…

Defendants now have access to Municipal Court docket, information online Tour

September 26, 2016 – Changes in legislation and court procedures over the last couple of years inspired Excelsior Springs Municipal Court Administrator Taran Svoboda to establish a court website. She…

ES man’s plea nets 45-year sentence

Excelsior Springs resident Dale Lee Parsons, 36, was sentenced to 45 years in prison for his role in burglarizing Clay County homes last year. Parsons was sentenced on Monday, Sept.…

Tattoo revisions, 2017 budget approved

Excelsior Springs City Council voted 4-1 Monday to approve a rewritten ordinance that governs tattoo businesses. The approval means that an applicant interested in locating a shop in a vacant…

Possible pipe bomb removed from Henrie Hill

September 23, 2016 – A crew from city construction contractor VF Anderson returned to finish work on Henrie Hill early Tuesday morning when worker Garrett Box noticed what he thought…

Local dealerships join together in support of Educational Foundation

A sky-high view of ES Tigers  football games was in store for three local auto dealerships this season when they signed on to sponsor the Educational Foundation this season. Courtney…

City inks proposed new tattoo ordinance

September 20, 2016 – A proposal to allow a tattoo business in a vacant storefront at 106 Broadway passed an initial hurdle – revision of a city ordinance that currently…

After much talk, county levies left as proposed

September 20, 2016 – Tax levies, an ordinarily dry and routine matter, turned into a 90-minute discussion Sept. 12 when each county commissioner put his or her own spin on…

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