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Meet the Need receives $82,000 grant for Opportunity Cafe

March 9, 2017 – Meet the Need has been a pillar of the Excelsior Springs community for twelve years now, taking pride in their role to assist residents in need.…

Royal sells for $40K, its future now in the hands of new owner

March 9, 2017 – The keys to Excelsior’s Royal Hotel are now in the hands of Wayne Reeder, after an absolute auction on Wednesday, March 8 named him the highest…

Early morning fire damages apartment complex

March 2, 2017 – Fire crews from around the area responded to a multiunit structure fire in the early morning hours of Wednesday, March 1. Crews from Kearney, Lawson and…

KC Scholars offers scholarship opportunities

There is a new scholarship and college savings program available in Missouri and Kansas to help low and modest income students, as well as adult learners. KC Scholars is a…

Still one more tour of The Royal before absolute auction March 8

Feb. 27, 2017 – Several interested parties came out for a tour of the Royal Hotel on Saturday, Feb. 25. The tour was one of two planned before the upcoming absolute…

City Council approves legalizing fireworks within city limits

February 23, 2017 – It’s official – residents within the city limits of Excelsior Springs can now shoot off fireworks legally during the Independence Day holiday season. The Excelsior Springs…

Rockin’ Tiger Club community service group gives back in a big way

February 20, 2017 – The students of Rockin’ Tiger Club have spent the better part of the new year embarking on a community service project all their own. Led by…

Fireworks ordinance up for review, could become legal after council meeting

February 20, 2017 – A city council work session held this past Friday morning revealed that residents of Excelsior Springs could soon have reason to celebrate and fireworks can be…

Johnson sentenced to 15 years for assault

Feb. 20, 2017 – An Excelsior Springs teen learned his fate at a sentencing hearing on Friday, Feb. 17 at the Clay County Courthouse. Desmond Johnson, 18, who pleaded guilty…

New housing construction fees waived for third year

Individuals and contractors considering construction of new housing this year will want to take advantage of an ordinance passed by the city council on Monday, Feb. 6. Director of Code…