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TIGERS SELF-ISOLATE

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EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The Tigers defeated the Savages, 33-21, last week, but Excelsior Springs could not beat the Savannah team’s brush with COVID-19.

“We are not playing this Friday at Warrensburg for sure,” Excelsior Springs Superintendent Dan Hoehn said Wednesday.

Acting in coordination with the Clay County Health Department, the Excelsior Springs varsity players are quarantined until further notice.

All Tiger coaches had been released from quartantine Wednesday.

The first day of the new school year is Sept. 8. 

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ESHS begins live streaming athletic events in September

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EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – If you cannot be at Tiger Stadium, the Excelsior Springs High School gymnasium, or the softball and baseball fields this year, you can still watch the Tigers play. In cooperation with the National Federation of High School Sports, Activities Director Joe Greim has linked those facilities to have capabilities to live stream all events that take place.
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BUSINESS TAKES STATE AWARD

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The Brunke Building of Excelsior Springs received the award for Best Historic Preservation Project from a statewide business group, Missouri Main Street Connection Inc., Branson. At the Downtown Excelsior Partnership, Executive Director Lyndsey Baxter said Brunke’s statewide win, among so many potential rivals in Missouri, speaks well for the owners, preservationists Gary and Kim Sanson.
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New guidelines likely for city’s historic districts

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EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The Historic Preservation Commission announced STRATA Architecture has been “engaged to produce a new and improved set of design guidelines” for the historic districts of Excelsior Springs. The Historic Preservation Commission and Community Development Department received a Historic Preservation Fund Grant to fund the production of the guidelines.