Local News Headlines – Week of Nov 9th

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Local News Headlines for the week of November 9th

Excelsior Springs Health Care Foundation Raises Over $52,000 – ES Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The Excelsior Springs Health Care Foundation has exceeded its $40,000 goal by raising more than $52,000 for its 2020 …

COVID closes Lewis Elementary – Excelsior Springs Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – Deputy Superintendent Jaret Tomlinson said Lewis Elementary School went virtual Nov. 13 and doors will remain closed for …

Excelsior Springs High Softball – ES Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – Another varsity softball season is in the books. The Tigers finished 7-12 overall and 2-4 in Missouri River Valley Conference …

ESFA’s fifth-grade Tigers roll to league title – ES Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The Excelsior Springs Football Association has notched another West Central Youth Football League title. The ESFA’s …

Council OKs PD vehicle – ES Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – Police Chief Clint Reno has the go-ahead to buy a new patrol vehicle. The City Council approved Reno’s request Nov.

COVID-19 halts winter sports practices at Excelsior Springs – ES Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – It did not take long for winter sports practices to come to a halt at Excelsior Springs High School because of student-athletes …

Rumore shaves off time at Gans Creek – ES Standard
COLUMBIA – Last week at the Gans Creek Cross Country Course, Excelsior Springs junior Tyler Rumore did something for the first time in his high …

Virus requires all-virtual high school classes for now – ES Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – High school classes are all-virtual through Nov. 30. Principal Christen Everett stated in an email Nov. 5 that going all-virtual …

Excelsior Springs announces virtual learning format ahead of Thanksgiving – Fox 4 KC
— The Excelsior Springs School District has announced some changes due to increasing COVID-19 cases in the area. It will move to an all virtual …

Shawnee Mission School District faces pressure to return to remote-only learning – KCTV Kansas City
That’s what happened in Excelsior Springs last week when several Halloween parties caused the high school to go remote through the end of the …

City looks to get bi-polar ionization work covered using CARES Act funds – ES Standard
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS – The city races the calendar while looking to make facilities more energy efficient. On Nov. 2, the City Council approved a …

This statement was also released from ESSD 40 on Thursday, November 12th at 4:15pm –

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