Local News Headlines – Week of Sept 28th

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Local News Headlines for the Week of September 28th

County audit in ‘coma’ status – Excelsior Springs Standard
Those who want Clay County audit information must wait. The audit is in “coma status,” meaning results will not be shared until after the Nov. 3 general elections.

Comments follow Hall of Waters’ inclusion on list – ES Standard
The National Trust for Historic Preservation unveiled its 2020 list of America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places, which…

Tigers claim girls golf title – ES Standard
The Tigers have shot their way to the Missouri River Valley Conference girls golf title. Entering Tuesday’s Senior Night…

Wildcats use running game to romp past Tigers, hand ES third loss – ES Standard
After their heartbreaking Sept 18 road loss to Center, the Tigers looked to rebound Sept 25, when they hosted Harrisonville…

Fugitive assaults Excelsior Springs police officer leading to Northland chase – KSHB
Excelsior Springs officers began chasing the suspect and were joined by officers from Kearney and Liberty police departments along with Clay County…

Kansas City Cannabis Company begins construction on second dispensary location in KC Metro – Greenway
…highest quality cannabis that Missouri has to offer in four locations in the KC Metro area (Blue Springs, Lake Lotawana, Kearney, Excelsior Springs).

Missouri lawmakers vent about teachers struggling to reach students learning remotely – Missourinet.com
Doug Richey, R-Excelsior Springs, said he thinks some teachers are feeling “additional pressure” to “chase after kids” in a way they did not have to…

Ketchikan’s Yates Memorial Hospital Among America’s 11 Most Endangered Historic Places – SitNews
While the building, which is owned by the City of Excelsior Springs, still operates as city offices and a tourism welcome center, it has more than $16 …


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