Local News Headlines – Week of Sept 14th

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Local News Headlines for the Week of September 14th

KC to Clay County: Cease and Desist – Excelsior Springs Standard
LIBERTY – Kansas City Planning and Zoning officials stopped work on the Clay County Commission’s $20 million annex.

Friday’s Missouri High School Football Scores – KTLO
Center 22, Excelsior Springs 18. Central (New Madrid County) 45, Doniphan 0. Centralia 18, Monroe City 0. Clark County 50, South Shelby 0.

Gubernatorial Candidates Discusses Virus, Rural Issues – Excelsior Springs Standard
JEFFERSON CITY – Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway answered campaign-related questions after a video press conference, just as her opponent, Gov. Mike Parson, has done with questions from this paper.

Netters Tumble to Wildcats in Opener – Excelsior Springs Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The Tigers had what girls tennis coach Richie Marsh called “a tough start to the season” Tuesday against visiting Harrisonville.

Webb Brings the Hurt at Missouri Western – Excelsior Springs Standard
ST. JOSEPH – When Missouri Western State University takes to the football field this fall, chances are, an Excelsior Springs High School alumnus will be among those leading the charge.

Soccer Team Scores with Litter Cleanup in City – Excelsior Springs Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – About two dozen Excelsior Springs High School soccer players and support staff personnel turned out to remove litter from streets in the vicinity of Jesse James Road.

No Change in Tax Rates for Schools – Excelsior Springs Standard
EXS – During the successful campaign to replace Westview Elementary School and make improvements at other schools, suggestions arose that the district would raise the tax rate.


Director on Way
– Excelsior Springs Standard
EXS – The city has hired a finance director, Vonda Floyd.

Digging Into the History of Excelsior Springs – Northwest Missouri News
Only two hours from Maryville and 30 minutes from Kansas City sits the town of Excelsior Springs. History runs rich in the town much like its purported miracle mineral waters.

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