EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The 130-member Excelsior Springs Baptist Church congregation, with help from a Richmond couple, celebrated the end of a major debt, with Pastor John Dearing ceremonially burning the church mortgage in the sanctuary.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – A shopping spree to raise scholarship funds also helps a family in need. Rotary President Melinda Mehaffy says the charitable organization sold 322 raffle tickets worth $3,220 to fund two $750 scholarships and pay expenses.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The city is considering turning to the law firm Polsinelli PC for guidance as city leaders explore options for utilizing the Hall of Waters building. City Manager Molly McGovern presented the City Council with a resolution during its Dec.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The Good Samaritan Center has another $10,694.99 to assist families who need help making payments on their rent, mortgages or utilities. The money comes from Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security funding allocated by the city.
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – Superintendent Dan Hoehn had bad and good news for the Excelsior Springs Board of Education in December via Zoom. The bad news: District revenue has “gotten whacked a couple times” by the state.
For two weeks, I felt like small-town sports journalism’s version of Brian Wilson. Wilson, if you are unaware, has written and produced gorgeous pop music for roughly 60 years. Arguably, his best work has been with The Beach Boys, one of my favorite groups. As someone who pursues music as a side hustle, I have found his work inspirational.
OMAHA, Nebraska – Kent McGuire, safety and health coordinator at The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Science, said falls are often caused by slips or trips. These falls can be especially dangerous for older people, resulting frequently in breaks, including to hips.