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Customers may pay $35.40 less over a six-month period.

Twenty-five southwest Missouri businesses are on the list of 186 organizations statewide.

Organization hosts Sept. 27 information event for ballot issue.

Josh Luttrell and his companies are ordered to stop the fencing and dirtwork business.

City clerk’s office starts accepting applications on Oct. 1.

PulsePoint shows CPR-trained residents locations of cardiac events.

The general contractor submits the lowest bid of $3.4 million.

City Council plans to revisit the issue at the first of the year.

The governing body votes unanimously in favor of providing $2.8 million for stormwater, street work.

The shop owners are ordered to pay nearly $50,000 in back rent and other fees.

A $426,000 note is called on Little Tokyo Japanese Steak House.

“We take that merchandise in, that donated product, we turn around and turn it into cash, and then the cash funds the mission, and that helps us build the homes,” says Will Kuebler, ReStore …

Police Chief Jimmy Liles succeeds 17-year leader Brian Bingle.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking and finance, communications, education, government and health care.

Hot Springs company plans to buy PFH’s Natural State assets.

Kuvera Partners makes a handful of executive changes impacting the Branson market.

Funding designated for substance abuse disorder treatment.

Now revised to $50-$55 million, the answer involves new market tax credits from the Treasury.

The winning candidate is chosen from 80 applicants and several finalists.

“Ready. Set. Give.” is an eight-part series that helps companies create a culture of giving. Stephanie Anderson, Operations Coordinator for I Pour Life, says companies with the most successful …

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