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Museum initiates ‘Trolley Tour of Churches’ as part of community’s Christmas celebration

Museum initiates ‘Trolley Tour of Churches’ as part of community’s Christmas celebration

November 10, 2017 – The Christmas season in Excelsior Springs officially begins with the lighting of the Mayor’s Christmas Tree, the Lighted Christmas Parade, the opening of the Hall of…

Powers serve in wake of California wildfires

Powers serve in wake of California wildfires

November 10, 2017 – Thousands of people fled their homes in the middle of the night, many with nothing more than the clothes on their backs in the midst of serious…

Grief and the Holidays

Grief and the Holidays

November 3, 2017  Tiffany Cook, RN, BSN Director Excelsior Springs Hospital Home Health and Hospice Holidays are for spending time with family, celebration and joy, right? Well, yes but maybe…

Mobile Mammography coming to Clay County on Nov. 17

Mobile Mammography coming to Clay County on Nov. 17

November 3, 2017 – The Clay County Health Department is bringing mobile mammography to women in the area on Friday, Nov. 17. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., women are…

ES Community Center, SAFE Coalition receive CHIA awards

ES Community Center, SAFE Coalition receive CHIA awards

November 3, 2017 – Excelsior Springs Community Center and the Excelsior Springs Substance Abuse Free Environment (SAFE) Coalition were both recognized on Oct. 25 at Liberty Hospital as part of…

‘Cold Weather Rule’ in effect for utility companies

November 3, 2017 – Beginning Nov. 1 the Missouri Public Service Commission’s Cold Weather Rule went into effect. The Cold Weather Rule applies to natural gas and electric utilities that…

‘Quilts of Valor’ draped over military veterans

‘Quilts of Valor’ draped over military veterans

November 3, 2017 – It was standing room only at the Excelsior Springs Elks Lodge as hundreds came to witness veterans as they were draped with Quilts of Valor. The…

City hopes 353 program will revitalize downtown Excelsior Springs

City hopes 353 program will revitalize downtown Excelsior Springs

November 3, 2017 – This article is the first of a continuing series to explain the intricacies of the City of Excelsior Springs’ proposal of creating two, Chapter 353 districts that…

Olde Towne Mall becomes Fishing River Market

Olde Towne Mall becomes Fishing River Market

November 3, 2017 – On Thurday, Nov. 9 patrons of the Olde Towne Mall are invited to a hog roast as a thank you from former owners Pat and Tom…

Allen returns to Excelsior as Job Corps Center Director

Allen returns to Excelsior as Job Corps Center Director

October 27, 2017 – After a brief hiatus Dr. Bill Allen has returned to the Excelsior Springs Job Corps Center. Allen served as the commander of the Navy Junior Reserve Officers…

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