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Excelsior Springs sewer rates to increase in May

Excelsior Springs sewer rates to increase in May

April 20, 2018 – The Excelsior Springs City Council voted unanimously to increase sewer rates for Excelsior Springs residents. It was requested that the base charge be increased for customers within…

Excelsior Springs gives state of the City

Excelsior Springs gives state of the City

March 30, 2018 – The 2018 Clay County State of the Cities luncheon was held Friday, March 23, where accomplishments and progress made throughout Clay County were shared. The annual event…

City green-lights new golf clubhouse construction

City green-lights new golf clubhouse construction

March 23, 2018 — The city of Excelsior Springs continues to move forward with the scheduled construction of a clubhouse on the golf course. The city’s job is twofold: one,…

Tax Q and A with the City of Excelsior Springs

Tax Q and A with the City of Excelsior Springs

March 9, 2018 – Taxes, their purposes, the amount generated, and what they are spent on are common questions asked by citizens of any city. Steve Marriott, Director of Administrative Services…

ESFD welcomes two new firefighters to their ranks

ESFD welcomes two new firefighters to their ranks

March 9, 2018 – The Excelsior Springs Fire Department welcomed two new firefighters to their ranks. Jason Ortbals, of Independence, is a trained paramedic. “I didn’t start out for this profession,”…

City offers summer sewer credit program for 2018

City offers summer sewer credit program for 2018

March 2, 2018 – Repeating its popular summer program, the City of Excelsior Springs will once again offer sewer credits to residents who sign up between now and June 8. Annually,…

Fire destroys family home in Crystal Lakes

Fire destroys family home in Crystal Lakes

February 9, 2018 – Wood Heights Fire Protection District responded to a house fire on Wagon Wheel Rd. in Crystal Lakes, Tuesday, Feb. 6 around 8:40 p.m. Upon arrival, the home…

Job Corps offers long-term vision for students and community

Job Corps offers long-term vision for students and community

February 2, 2018 –  A group of people are working hard to make sure their students go forth, ready and prepared for a productive , life in the community. To do…

Standard, Town & Country Leader office moves to new location

Standard, Town & Country Leader office moves to new location

January 19, 2018 – After decades in its location at 417 S. Thompson Ave., the newspaper office is moving to a new location this week. Effective Friday, Jan. 19 the newspaper’s…

City lightens policy on delinquent water bills

City lightens policy on delinquent water bills

December 29, 2017 – The City of Excelsior Springs is relaxing its policy on delinquent water bills to ease the burden in what is easily one of the largest complaints among…

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