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Economic development big priority for city

May 15, 2017 – City Manager Molly McGovern said she asked on the right day when she got Melinda Mehaffy to come on board as the new Economic Development coordinator…

ESHS students plan presentation for suicide awareness

May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the students of Excelsior Springs High School’s second hour psychology class are taking this opportunity to shed light on a dark issue. To…

Clay County routinely facing late fees

May 8, 2017 – On Thursday, May 4, at about 2:30 p.m., employees of Kansas City Power & Light showed up at the Clay County Annex located in Southern Clay…

ATV accident claims life of young Tigers grappler

The Excelsior Springs youth wrestling program is mourning the loss of one of their own after Dylan Garrett died of injuries sustained in an All Terrain Vehicle accident. Garrett, 9,…

Hall to continue as Community Center Director

March 4, 2017 – Jesse Hall will continue his tenure as the director of the new Excelsior Springs Community Center for another year. Hall was hired by the city in…

Birkeness swings on to sectionals

May 4, 2017 – Tigers junior Noah Birkeness might have been disappointed in his performance at the Class 3 District 8 Tournament on Tuesday, May 2 but it still accomplished…

New partnership to allow more options to pay property tax bill

May 4, 2017  – Each year Clay County Collector Lydia McEvoy sends out more than 200,000 tax bills to property owners in Clay County. McEvoy announced last week that beginning…

Rite-Way earns national recognition

May 1, 2017 – Owners of a local automotive repair shop took the top spot and received national recognition for their philanthropic ways, this time in support of veterans. Last…

Evert rounds out elementary administration

May 1, 2017 – The school administration at each of the three Excelsior Springs Elementary Schools will look a lot different for the 2017-18 school year. Jill Evert will be…

BZA denies Perry’s request for adjustment regarding cave property

April 27, 2017 – Clay County codes make no allowances for any residential component for “Church,” according to Church of Liberty Pastor Doug Perry. A public hearing conducted by the…