Local News Headlines for the Week of July 20th:
Residents Support Roosevelt School Redevelopment Plans – ES Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The long abandoned Roosevelt school has drawn the interest of a developer hoping to turn the property into apartments for the elderly. The Planning and Zoning Commission has approved and advanced the redevelopment plan to the Excelsior Springs City Council.
Fireworks business nearly a dud due to virus, but companies fire off big bangs for the buck in Ray, Clay – ES Standard
RICHMOND – Specialists in fireworks displays have joined the ranks of other companies hurt by the coronavirus, COVID-19. Before the Richmond fireworks show at Southview Park, head shooter Sean McLaughlin said business is down for J&M Displays.
Piccadilly date moves; ‘Dilly’ alternative introduced – ES Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The 2020 Piccadilly Gala has been rescheduled to April 17, 2021, as a COVID-19 health precaution, but the Excelsior Springs Parks and Recreation Foundation offers ticket holders an alternative.
Alum pursues coaching career – ES Standard
There are many coaches who go into the profession because of the impact their coaches had on them. Scott O’Dell is one of those coaches.
Liberty Hospital adds electrophysiology, genetic counseling, pelvic floor therapy – ES Standard
LIBERTY – Electrophysiology, genetic counseling and pelvic floor therapy are three new services at Liberty Hospital. Heart rhythm disorders and testing are specialties of electrophysiologist Ravi K.
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