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Weekly News Headlines – July 11, 2021

Here’s a collection of news headlines pertaining to Excelsior Springs that have been published over the last week:

In Pictures, Independence Day – Excelsior Springs Standard
Another Independence Day celebration is complete. Here are images from Excelsior Springs’ Fourth of July celebration, captured by staff reporter …

In Pictures: Entering the hall – Excelsior Springs Standard
The Excelsior Springs High School Athletic Hall of Fame has inducted its latest class. On July 7, the latest inductees were honored in the Performing …

Kearney schools welcomes new career readiness coordinator – mycouriertribune.com
Holtzclaw joins KSD after serving for more than two decades at Excelsior Springs School District, where she taught business and English courses at …

Downtown Excelsior Springs loses yet another historic structure – Northeast News
Excelsior Springs Historic downtown district suffers yet another setback as the old Royal Hotel, located at 210 South Street is being demolished brick by brick after part of its 122 year old structure tumbled in to the street recently.

Demolition of historic Excelsior Springs hotel expected to take weeks – Fox 4 News
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo. — Demolition is underway for the former Royal Hotel. Crews are being careful to make sure the collapsing structure is …

Highway Patrol Area Arrests – KCHI Radio
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports arresting a 30-year-old Excelsior Springs woman in Daviess County Saturday Night. Paulina Nave was …

Clay County Public Health Center renews WIC contract – Courier Tribune
Excelsior Springs Baptist Church, 1500 Rosalea St. (8:30 to 11:30 a.m. and 1 to 3:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday). • Burlington YMCA Head Start, .

Farmington resident elected president of PEO Sisterhood – ECM Publishers
Hoffman was raised in Excelsior Springs, Missouri, and initiated into local P.E.O. Chapter CJ of Missouri in 1979. That year, she entered Cottey …


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