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Tim Hager is selected to lead the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.

“Medical negligence or medical malpractice cases essentially are a platform for families to bring a lawsuit against a healthcare provider,” says Debbie Dodge, Managing Shareholder at Hall Ansley. …

The health clinic on Missouri State University’s campus is being replaced with a new building opening in early 2018.

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A new campus master plan for the university spans 25 years, with Phase I beginning in early 2018.

The community college will launch a Veterans Upward Bound campaign to assist area vets’ higher education needs.

A modification of the Missouri Revised Statutes changes the way public entities and construction companies do business.

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

The annual recipient of the Bronze Bear award also is selected.

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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.

“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 …

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The St. Charles private school is moving satellite operations to Springfield from Rogersville.

The federal government and a local foundation contribute to the community college’s Table Rock campus.

The college is seeking $6.6 million to make facility improvements and raise its student cap.

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

The announcement comes a week before the reopening of Glass Hall and the dedication of its expansion.

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