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Standard frequency to go weekly beginning in August

The Excelsior Springs Standard has announced plans to adopt a once-weekly newspaper publishing cycle beginning the first week of August, a change from its present twice-weekly schedule The first issue…

Council approves golf course improvements

July 24, 2017 – The new clubhouse at the Excelsior Springs Golf Course is another step closer to reality. Two measures passed at the city council’s regular meeting on Monday,…

Crime Stopper tip leads to information about 1985 homicide victim

Crime Stopper tip leads to information about 1985 homicide victim

Cold Case Unit wants closure in case of woman’s remains found near Cooley Lake. For more than three decades the Clay County Sheriff’s Department has been seeking answers surrounding the…

ESFD crews respond to multiple fires over past week

ESFD crews respond to  multiple fires over past week

July 20, 2017 – A fire on Folk Street Tuesday evening was quickly contained after Excelsior Springs Fire Department to a report of a structure fire. ESFD Chief Paul Tribble…

Outside owners create headaches for city & neighbors

Outside owners create headaches for city & neighbors

July 20, 2017 For more than a year the City of Excelsior Springs has seen the conditions of 327 Woods Ave. deteriorate. On July 21, 2016 the city issued a…

Thousands raised during Gregg Williams Foundation week

Thousands raised during Gregg Williams Foundation week

July 17, 2017 – The Gregg Williams Foundation has lofty goals to help kids in the community. The group has given back more than $1 million to the community since…

Mushroom grow leads to charges

Mushroom grow leads to charges

July 17, 2017 – An Excelsior Springs man faces felony charges after investigators discovered an alleged mushroom grow in a master bedroom closet in a home in Southern Excelsior Springs.…

Local brothers funnel community passion into new ‘Spring Delivery’

July 17, 2017 – Excelsior Springs brothers Johnathan Todd, 27, and Chase Kinnaman, 22, have a deep-seated passion for their community. It was this passion that led the two to…

Tigers Hall of Fame welcomes four new members, two teams

Tigers Hall of Fame welcomes  four new members, two teams

July 13, 2017 – The Excelsior Springs Tiger Hall of Fame class of 2017 had their moment on Wednesday, July 12 at the Excelsior Springs High School Performing Arts Center.…

’95, ’96 baseball teams to join Hall of Fame

’95, ’96 baseball teams  to join Hall of Fame

July 10, 2017 – The mid 1990s proved to be a golden age for Tigers athletics and coach Vic Bonuchi. Bonuchi led the Tigers to two state football championships and…