Local News Headlines for the Week of June 1st
Selected 2020 local election results for Kansas City region – Kansas City Star
Faces of protest: These are the people demonstrating against police brutality in KC –
Kansas City Star
Tammy Stewart, 40, Excelsior Springs, nurse. “I stand with my daughter because she’s African-American and her voice needs to be heard. Enough’s …
Kansas National Guard medic comes to child’s aid – United States Army
However, with over eight years of civilian experience as a fire medic in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, and nearly two years as a combat medic with the …
As The Star gets ready to honor its 2020 Scholar-Athletes, remember these 2020 winners? – Kansas City Star
2008: Riley Reynolds, Blue Springs South. 2009: Rick Settle … 2015: Dalton Schoen, Blue Valley Northwest … 1999: Andrea Tietjen, Excelsior Springs.
Covid Cases Climb in Clay, Ray Counties – ES Standard
Health leaders report COVID-19 cases rose significantly in Clay and Ray counties during the last two weeks of May.
Westview holds teacher appreciation parade – ES Standard
Parents and students of Westview Elementary participated in a teacher appreciation parade.
Students Make Dean’s List – ES Standard
Kayla Montgomery, Excelsior Springs, made the spring president’s list for carrying at least a 4.0 grade point average at Graceland University, sponsored by the Community of Christ.
Pet Parade Lifts Spirits at Valley Manor – ES Standard
Families and friends gathered outside Valley Manor to lift residents’ spirits with a pet parade.
More than Expected Want Medical Marijuana – ES Standard
The expected availability of medical cannabis in Missouri this summer continues to drive a wave of patient interest.
Medicare strength vital to virus response – ES Standard
The Missouri Budget Project outlines ways the state can strengthen Medicaid to help all Missourians have access to health care during this health and economic crisis.
Voters pass Prop T, elect candidates – ES Standard
A light turnout decided elections in Clay and Ray counties.
Excelsior Springs schools restart food delivery – ES Standard
Being out of school does not put food in the bellies of hungry students and the Excelsior Springs School District is again addressing the issue.
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