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Excelsior residents concerned with Liberty church’s occupation of Clay County caves

Residents living along McCleary and Old Quarry roads on the western edge of Excelsior Springs, near what local people refer to as “the caves” in Clay County, are voicing concern…

Funds approved for airport runway construction

City officials hope that a new runway at the Excelsior Springs Memorial Airport will be a big step in getting the facility off the ground—and that runway looks like it…

After four years, Noyd is leaving Parks & Rec post

A little over four years ago, Katie Noyd came to Excelsior Springs for the first time. Later this month, she’ll be leaving the community to take a job on the…

Piburn Field to get a much-needed facelift

By the time winter hits this year, Piburn Field will have new seating installed and a revamped electrical system in place. The Excelsior Springs City Council voted 4-0 on Monday,…

ESFD dedicates new truck with ‘wet-down’ ceremony

Dozens of local residents, including a number of dignitaries, joined the Excelsior Springs Fire Department last Wednesday evening, July 29, to dedicate a new fire truck. It’s not a common…

HPC kicks off design guidelines project

The Excelsior Springs Historic Preservation Commission has begun the process of forming a set of design guidelines for the Boardinghouse Historic District, the third established historic district in Excelsior Springs.…

Council OKs change order to move line

A fiber optic line beneath the construction site of the new community center will be moved instead of lowered, even though the former action would be less than half the…

Community Center still nearly on schedule

The community center may not have its pool yet, but there’s plenty of water on site. The relentless rains this construction season have slowed down construction, but not as much…

Superior office group to present to council

Supporters of the Superior Well office restoration effort plan to make a presentation to the Excelsior Springs City Council on Monday night, June 15, giving a progress report and asking…

Council votes to outsource EMS billing

Ambulance billing will be administered by an outside vendor instead of in house, following a decision by the Excelsior Springs City Council on Monday, June 1, to outsource the job.…

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