EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – Plans for additional apartment housing in Excelsior Springs are underway. The city approved preliminary and final plats for an expansion of the Lynn Park Apartments, the fivebuilding housing campus at 701 Tiger Drive that is bordered on its east side by U.S.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The city continues its participation in the Mid-America Regional Council’s Regional Household Hazardous Waste Collection program. An agreement with MARC to participate in the program in 2021 won approval Nov.
KANSAS CITY – Vaping is linked to a higher risk of COVID-19 among teens and young adults, based on a study led by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine and published online in the Journal of Adolescent Health.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The state issued a new COVID-19 protocol to schools, but whether and how much of a difference the change will make is unclear. Coronavirus infections and contacts closed Excelsior Springs High School and the Career Center all of last week and through Thanskgiving.
RICHMOND – Health department leaders in Ray and Clay counties joined others in the metro area to ask the public to help prevent COVID-19’s spread. “Our community is at a critical point again with uncontrolled community spread,” they stated jointly.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – Tyler Rumore is like other athletes in one sense: Whenever he competes, his goal is to be better than what he was when he competed the last time. “My favorite part of this sport has to be personal records,” Rumore, who runs cross country and track, said.