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ESHS to perform “Our Town”

ESHS to perform “Our Town”

The theater department at Excelsior Springs High School will perform Thornton Wilder’s classic play “Our Town” this weekend in the ESHS Performing Arts Center, 612 Tiger Drive. Curtan goes up…

Students celebrate Valentine’s Day

Students celebrate Valentine’s Day

People throughout Excelsior Springs celebrated Valentine’s Day Tuesday in a variety of ways, but perhaps the most elaborate celebrations took place at local schools, where students traded valentines and showed…

New program of studies approved for high school

The Excelsior Springs Board of Education voted 7-0 Monday night to approve a program of studies for the 2012-13 school year at Excelsior Springs High School. Principal Vince Spallo outlined…

Chris Lake named as Don Roberts’ successor

Dr. Chris Lake will take over as the director of the Excelsior Springs Area Career Center as of July 1, when Don Roberts retires from the position after three decades…

Commission OKs exterior colors, materials for Villas Downtown

With the early stages of construction now underway in the Villas Downtown, the Excelsior Springs Historic Preservation Commission voted almost unanimously Wednesday afternoon to approve the color schemes and materials…

Two teens face felony charges in Hardin case

Two teenagers were charged this week in connection with a series of assaults that apparently occurred in the locker room at Hardin-Central High School. Randy Eugene Estenbaum II, 18, and…

Change order cuts $1.1 million from project

A change order approved on a 4-0 vote by the Excelsior Springs City Council slashed more than $1.1 million from the new wastewater treatment facility project. Councilwoman Carolyn Schutte, who…

Chocolate Tour hits downtown’s sweet spot

Chocolate Tour hits downtown’s sweet spot

Nearly 300 people attended the Downtown Excelsior Partnership’s Sixth Annual Chocolate Tour on Saturday afternoon. Those who participated got the opportunity to taste a wide array of chocolates while browsing…

The first annual 5K Run/Two Mile Walk

ime for Price Chopper, he is co-owner of Anytime Fitness here in Excelsior Springs and Richmond and he runs the Richmond facility. Harmon is also a 19-year survivor of childhood…

Man nabbed for stealing license plate, truck

A Rayville man was arrested last week after he was caught stealing a license plateā€”and it was determined that the pickup he was driving was stolen, too. Christopher Kennedy, 29,…