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The local ballot also includes county and city of Battlefield tax issues.

The state designation puts its business park on the map for companies looking to build new projects.

Several business entities would be affected if the legislature follows through on a new report.

The college is bringing on new property transferred from the city of Hollister.

Stan Dobbins will take on the job Jan. 1 as the municipality searches for a new law enforcement leader.

The city will update four parks and update sidewalks at several locations.

Additional changes are possible at the annual event.

A new visioning committee by the Springfield chamber is working to identify what the city is all about.

Missouri State University’s College of Business spent $30.4 million renovating and expanding its building.

School officials cite its new national anthem policy in dropping the NAIA Men’s Division II Basketball National Tournament.

James Tillman plans a mixed-use development.

Former chamber executive Rob Dixon returns to the Queen City to lay out statewide initiatives.

“I think this really empowers them to identify and to be able to have the courage to speak up, “ says Tijuana Julian, Executive Director of Student Affairs and Dean of Students at Drury …

Officials present the biennial report before a crowd at the Springfield Art Museum.

The state scores well in employment, labor and hiring regulations.

Officials call on more state funding to increase the community college’s efforts.

The Bass Pro CEO’s net worth increases from 2016, according to the report.

The city will create a workable plan related to incentives for blighted properties.

Students graduate from high school with training and certifications preparing them for their future.

Newsmakers in the areas of economic development, education, health care, marketing, media and municipal.

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