Latest News Headlines – May 18-24



This week’s news headlines and links:

Police: Male shot in head at Excelsior Springs gas station – KCTV 5
The Excelsior Springs Police Department was called to a gas station convenience store in the 1900 block of W. Jesse James Road around 4 p.m..

Breaking News – ES Standard
A shooting at an Excelsior Springs gas station has left one person hospitalized and one person in custody. The shooting took place Wednesday…

Excelsior Springs Man Charged After Gas Station Shooting Leaves One Seriously Injured – KC Star
Clay County prosecutors also charged Dylan G. Townsend with armed criminal action and unlawful possession of a firearm. Excelsior Springs police…

More than $29 million in CARES Act funding being dispersed in Clay County – Courier Tribune
“We have already given Claycomo, Excelsior Springs, Liberty and (Clay County Public Health Center) their allocations,” Clay County Treasurer Bob Nance…

ESGC welcomes Hurst – ES Standard
The Excelsior Springs Golf Course recently welcomed a new club manager with the hiring of Kyle Hurst. Hurst replaces …

Cities Address Concerns About Funds – ES Standard
Recipients include the city of Excelsior Springs, $1,060,243; and the Excelsior Springs School District, $249… Premium Content is available to…

May Mental Health Awareness Month – ES Standard
While 1 in 5 people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, everyone faces challenges in life that can impact …

Nedblake signs with Ivy Tech – ES Standard
Excelsior Springs senior Ryan Nedblake has signed a letter of intent to continue his education and baseball career at Ivy Tech Community …

Chillin’ in the Parade – ES Standard
… the Excelsior Springs High School Class of 2020 missed out on many of the traditional graduation activities due to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, …

ES Police Department Activities – May 5 – May 11, 2020
The Excelsior Springs Police Department reported the following incidents handled recently by the department.

ES Police Department Activities – May 12-May 18, 2020
The Excelsior Springs Police Department reported the following incidents handled recently by the department.

Cantrell announces retirement – ES Standard
“I am writing this to inform you that I will no longer be able to serve as your primary care physician at Lawson Family Practice…”

Celestial Baseball – ES Standard
Time to dream again. The coronavirus pandemic has wiped out prep sports in Ray and Clay counties, and elsewhere. I find it difficult to get excited about following pro baseball in South Korea. Or the upcoming haggling to try to salvage the Major League Baseball season. Or even the flurry of NASCAR…

City-owned Dunbar land transferred to private owners for redevelopment – ES Standard
The City Council voted to transfer city owned land near Dunbar to private residents for residential development. The 1.51 …

Finding Food Funding – ES Standard
Harvesters Community Food Network continues to supply the weekly food line serving mostly residents of Ray and Clay counties, but not easily.

Highway Patrols add Blue Alert – ES Standard
A Blue Alert provides law enforcers with an early warning of threats against police officers and aids in the apprehension of suspects who have killed or …

Celebrate all Military this May – ES Standard
Memorial Day is celebrated each May to commemorate the people who died in service of the United States of America.


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