Feb. 22, 2019 – The Inn on Crescent Lake played host to the Missouri Stories Scriptwriting Fellowship Program this week where three screenwriters gained much-needed knowledge and mentorship from two Hollywood screenwriters.
Feb. 22, 2019 – After area physicians diagnosed an 11-year-old with having a stage 4 Wilms kidney tumor, she knew she faced the fight of her life.
The school board named Art Moyer, lead custodian of Elkhorn Elementary as Classified Employee of the Month. School administrators said students see Moyer as a local hero.
Proposition A supporters hope the bond issue would not only provide improvements to the school district but also bring improvements to the Excelsior Springs community as a whole.
Feb. 8, 2019 – Those involved with Slightly Off Broadway Theatre’s next production hope to do more than just entertain the community, they want to make a difference in the lives of some Excelsior Springs’ furry friends.
Jan. 4, 2019 – Don Collins said he worked as a painting contractor for over 40 years while living in Iowa. After moving to Excelsior Springs, he ran Cabinets, Vanities and More, located on Broadway Avenue. He currently works as an assembler at the local Walmart.
November 30, 2018—The Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives will host its second annual Christmastime Tour of Churches on Saturday, Dec. 15. This year’s tour will focus on four churches with roots in the valley that followed population growth to the western hills.
November 9, 2018—This weekend, The Excelsior Springs High School’s Performing Arts Center will be bringing to life the story of “Joseph and The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
November 7, 2018—Most people have heard of Jesse James, the notorious outlaw whose gang robbed banks, stagecoaches and trains across the Midwest in the later 1800s. Many even know that the Jesse James family farm where he grew up is a museum in Kearney. But now, the adjoining farm where Jess…
November 2, 2018—The annual benefit dinner for the Excelsior Springs Museum & Archives will have a special guest this year: President Harry S. Truman will be celebrating the 70th anniversary of his stay at the Elms Hotel on Election Night 1948.
November 2, 2018—The Excelsior Springs Hospital held its annual Foundation dinner Thursday, Oct. 18th, raising over $32,000 for their foundation.
November 2, 2018—A Westview Elementary mentoring program recently experienced a new birth, giving students and community members an opportunity to form positive and supportive relationships.
October 26, 2018—The Shepherd’s Center recently named local man to its 70 Over 70 list, a way to honor those over the age of 70 who continue to make a difference in the lives around them.
October 26, 2018—With Halloween just around the corner, residents continue to stock their doorways with seasonal decorations and yummy goodies to hand out to the trick-or-treaters. But for families with children diagnosed with a type of food allergies, this sugary holiday may not be as sweet…
October 24, 2018 —Excelsior Springs High School’s U.S. Government class members recently compiled a nonpartisan voters’ guide to help break down ballot language for community voters and assist them in learning candidates’ views on subjects important to Excelsior Springs.
October 22, 2018—Two Excelsior heroes recently returned from their Honor Flight, where veterans from World War II, Korea and Vietnam tour the nation’s capital and receive recognition for their service to the nation.
October 19, 2018 – The Excelsior Springs Area Career Center Paramedic program just received national accreditation by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs.