Veterans Voice: Gary Adamek Mike Hanrahan  
Local residents from the surrounding community held a public art meeting on Wednesday, February 13 at Keller Williams real estate office in Plattsburg. The meeting revolved around a community effort to better the town through art.
Charles Albert Comstock grew up on the family farm near Deerfield. He graduated from high school in Fort Scott, Kansas. After graduation he worked at a gas station in Fort Scott along with working on the family farm.  
City Awarded Grant to Address Longstanding Problem Tara Wallace  
On Monday, January 28, Kelly Puckett was appointed by the honorable Judge Alley, as the Grundy County Prosecuting Attorney, in the interim, before Governor Parson makes an appointment to complete the 4 year elected term of Ms. Clark.
A few years ago, Jim Ocker showed me an old sign that was found on his family farm just south of Cameron.  It said “Sulpho Saline Route”. It had an arrow pointing north to Cameron and south to Excelsior Springs.   It was a very old sign and the paint was really faded.  I’ve researched many old...
The Xcel Gold team from Northwest Gymnastics traveled to The Hy-Vee Arena in KC, MO for the KC  Classic Gymnastics Competition on January 8, 2019. Individual placements are as follows. In the 9 & up age division: Makayla Maring, Excelsior Springs: 3rd on Vault with a score of 8.850, 3rd on...
Veterans Voice: Gary Adamek Mike Hanrahan   Retired Master Sergeant Gary Adamek of Cameron entered the Army National Guard in March of 1988. While he has always been stationed in St. Joseph, he has been on a number of deployments, including a year in Afghanistan. He and his unit were embedded with...
Local residents from the surrounding community held a public art meeting on Wednesday, February 13 at Keller Williams real estate office in Plattsburg. The meeting revolved around a community effort to better the town through art. Laurel DeFreece explained that the Plattsburg Artist Coalition had...

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