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

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

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

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

Newsmakers in the areas of education, health care, law, nonprofit and parks & recreation.

Kraig Butrum takes over as the nonprofit’s chief development officer.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, education, health care, insurance, manufacturing and municipal.

Newsmakers in the areas of art, banking & finance, construction, education, health care and insurance.

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

The Nixa Public Schools leader is honored over the weekend during a conference in Osage Beach.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, economic development, education, health care, media, miscellany and real estate.

Melissa Gelner of Askinosie Chocolate disagrees with governor’s decision and is frustrated by his policy team.

The 8-0 vote allows the school to purchase land from John Youngblood’s Westport Management LLC.

The Queen City’s small-town culture can bring challenges for area startups, too.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, conservation, education, government, law and municipal.

Web Producer Geoff Pickle interviews the chairwoman of Southwest Baptist University’s pre-licensure bachelor’s nursing degree program.

Founder sells nearly 90 percent of client billings to go all in on food marketing and development.

Local colleges also report higher opening day enrollment figures.

ESM Technologies LLC signs on for another year at the downtown innovation center.

Over 33 percent of respondents say they did not support a tax increase or already felt taxes were too high.

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