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Rayville petition for disincorporation suffers a setback

Just days after turning in enough signatures to ask Rayville voters to dissolve the village next April, it appears they’ll have to start over. After reviewing the petition to place…

Rexam receives Keystone Award for $4 million expansion project

Rexam, a leading global consumer packaging company, received a Keystone Award this week for a $4 million expansion of their Excelsior Springs plant. The addition—consisting of 40,000 square feet of…

As renovation moves forward, Elms donates food, furniture, bedding to local charities

The Elms Hotel and Spa in Excelsior Springs recently donated sizable amounts of food, furniture and bedding to various charities both in Excelsior Springs and the Kansas City metropolitan area.…

Flags flying at half-mast for Pearl Harbor Day

Flags throughout Missouri are flying at half-mast today at the request of Gov. Jay Nixon in observance of Pearl Harbor Day. It was on this day 70 years ago–Dec. 7,…

Excelsior Springs man receives minor injuries in Saline County accident

Excelsior Springs resident Forrest Livingston, 75, suffered minor injuries in a one-vehicle accident on Interstate 70, according to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report. The accident happened shortly after 7…

The first Elms Hotel – considered the most elegant, luxurious hotel in the west

    Today begins a new series of history articles that will tell the story of the historic Elms Resort & Spa – built here in Excelsior Springs in 1888.…

Council approves resolutions to keep TIF going for Vintage Plaza

The Excelsior Springs City Council voted 3-0 Monday night to approve two resolutions that keep the Tax Increment Finance plan for the Vintage Plaza commercial development in play. Councilman Brent…

Mavericks buck RiverHawks in MWB, 28-14

Under rainy skies on Saturday afternoon, football fans watched some records being set as the Minnesota State Mavericks galloped to victory over the Northeastern State RiverHawks at the 46th Mineral…

Holiday Homes Tour 2011 Preview

The 2011 Holiday Homes Tour drew a large crowd Saturday to the five homes on the tour despite heavy rains throughout the day. Every house was gaily decorated in every…

 Smaller budget for MoDOT leads to changes in snow removal

Missouri’s Transportation Department has announced changes in how it will deal with snow removal this winter. In an effort to cut costs, department workers will focus first on the most…