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Opposition to Greene County’s Kansas Expressway extension cites traffic and environmental flaws.

The church expects to relocate its Park Crest campus to Chesterfield Village in a year.

Great Southern Bank plans to move a block away from its leased branch at 1580 W. Battlefield Road.

The North-South Corridor Alliance speaks against the plan at the Greene County Commission’s meeting.

Legislation moves on to the House, where Rep. Billy Long sponsored companion legislation.

Construction has begun on the 32,000-square-foot, multistory building at 1329 E. Lark St.

Construction input prices rose 0.2 percent in June.

Carson-Mitchell Inc. submits the winning bid.

Sagamore Hill Development Co. is planning a first-quarter 2018 launch, according to the listing agent.

The health system is adding more beds with a replacement facility.

Adjacent to the planned extension of Kansas Expressway, the Gene Taylor Community Outpatient clinic is underway after years of preparation and an original targeted completion date of 2015.

Rob Akers of State Farm Insurance is moving his office and leasing to two tenants.

Matt Bower of Arvest Bank: Cash flow issues need to be controlled and addressed early in the process.

More than 100 years after a Willard quarry’s discovery, the Phenix Marble Co. is back in business.

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