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Sobriety checkpoint scheduled July 22-24

In 2015 there were 12 alcohol- and/or drug-related traffic crashes in Excelsior Springs, most resulting in injury. In an ongoing effort to crack down on impaired driving, the Excelsior Springs…

Electrical short blamed for fire at McClearly and H

Read more about the fire in the Friday, July 15 issue of The Standard…

What it means to be a police officer

Dear Excelsior Springs citizen, In the wake of recent events I have had time to reflect… Reflect on life, reflect on my family, and reflect on my career… This reflection…

KC police locate two out of three stolen vehicles

Two of three vehicles stolen from Jesse James Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram over the Fourth of July holiday weekend have been recovered. On July 8, ESPD reported that two of…

Day passes before dealer’s 3 missing cars are noticed

A custodian at the Jesse James Dodge dealership said he was unaware anything was missing when he came across an open bay door in the service department. Jesse James Chrysler…

R.I.P. ZARKO

Excelsior Springs Police Department’s K9 Zarko took his final breath on Friday, June 17. After six years with the department and a stellar record of sniffing out criminals, Zarko retired…

Residents reminded that fireworks are banned by city ordinance

The sound of celebratory explosions will soon fill the air for the 230th celebration of Independence Day. However, if it is within the city limits of Excelsior Springs, those celebratory…

Officers in car stop lacked reason to detain designated driver, police say

Excelsior police say there was no legal justification in police further detaining 19-year-old Anthony Dunlap, the designated drive for a group of teenagers last Sunday, June 27. Dunlap was pulled…

Three injured in car vs. pedestrian crash

Three people were injured in a car versus pedestrian crash near Mosby, Mo. late Thursday, June 23. Michael Wyatt, 55, of Mosby was hit after he ran out in front…

Tristian Wilton sentenced to 15 years for his role in classmate’s murder

On Friday, June 17, Circuit Judge Shane T. Alexander sentenced Tristian Wilton to 15 years in prison in the death of his friend and fellow Excelsior Springs High School graduate…

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