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County’s tax prepayment program eases taxpayer stress

The office of the Clay County Collector has achieved an important milestone by accepting over half a million dollars in prepaid taxes in 2017. Prepayments are available in Clay County…

Sentencing hearing scheduled in Mackey trial

August 18, 2017 — Jeffrey Allan Mackey, 62, has been convicted of second degree murder after admitting to his role in killing his ex-wife then burying her body in Excelsior…

Clay County offers back-to-school immunizations

The Clay County Public Health Center is hosting back-to-school immunization clinics from now through Wednesday, Aug. 23. Hours for the back-to-school clinics at the Clay County Public Health Center are…

Public Safety officials offer tips for a successful solar eclipse event

With the total solar eclipse just over two weeks away, local public safety officials are planning for the worst but hoping for the best when it comes to traffic congestion…

ESPD to don patches for breast cancer awareness

ESPD to don patches for breast cancer awareness

Officers on the streets of Excelsior Springs can add a splash of color to their uniforms in the month of October. In June ESPD Chief Clint Reno ordered 300 new…

Active manhunt underway for suspect involved in Clinton, MO officer’s death

August 7, 2017 — The Missouri Highway patrol is on an active manhunt for a suspect involved in the shooting death of a Clinton, MO police officer. In their statement,…

Clay County Children’s Fund on ballot Aug. 8

July 25, 2017  – On Tuesday, August 8 there will be one item on the ballot for residents of Excelsior Springs. The measure, known as Proposition 1, would create a…

Softball program creating excitement heading into new year

Softball program creating excitement heading into new year

August 2, 2017 – A year ago the heat necessitated moving softball practice under the lights, but this year it was by design. At 12:01 a.m. on July 31, Tigers…

MSHP reports several locals involved in arrests/traffic crashes last week

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported several arrests and traffic crashes over the past week, including several local residents. On Tuesday, July 18 at 9:09 p.m. the MSHP reported the…

Visit Excelsior website reaches over 3 million web hits

There’s a helpful tool available to anyone wanting to visit Excelsior Springs, and the Downtown Excelsior Partnership wants to make it well known among locals as well. The Visit Excelsior…

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