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Council OKs funds for Hall of Waters study

The Excelsior Springs City Council voted 3-0 Monday night to endorse a plan to do a study on the Hall of Waters. Councilman Jim Nelson was out of town, and…

ESHS Cheerleaders hoping to fund performance at Liberty Bowl

It seems community members; local organizations and businesses are lending a helping hand to the Excelsior Springs High School cheerleading squad in their fundraising efforts to perform during the half-time…

Excelsior celebrates the return of Paradise

After two and a half years sitting empty, Paradise Playhouse will once again stage dinner theater performances. The venue, located at 101 Spring St., will be under new management starting…

Homecoming Parade to be held on west side of ES

For the first time in recent memory—maybe in the entire history of the Excelsior Springs Homecoming tradition—the Homecoming Parade this year will be held on the west side of town.…

Ernzen appointed Clay County Auditor

Sheila Ernzen, CPA, has been appointed Clay County Auditor by Gov. Jay Nixon. The position became vacant when William J. Norris, who was elected despite questions about his qualifications and…

Cause of helicopter crash still under investigation

— Kristin Rulon, kristin@leaderpress.com Low fuel is the suspected cause of the fatal helicopter crash last Friday north of Mosby, but the Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety…

Golf Course profits in the hole, tough decisions ahead

— Eric Copeland, eric@leaderpress.com The golf fund is still in dismal shape, a fact that was discussed at length Monday in what was likely the Excelsior Springs City Council’s final…

WWII veteran fulfills lifelong dream at fly-in

Sam Briscoe, left, shakes the hand of pilot Dan Kirkpatrick thanking him for taking him up in his plane. Briscoe was so excited about his flight that you couldn’t wipe…

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