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She’ll meet with other elected officials this year to help set policy goals for municipalities.
Wendy Garrison succeeds Becky Borthwick, who was promoted by former Gov. Jay Nixon in April 2016.
The order is for 18 months in prison and full restitution payments.
Newsmakers in the areas of consulting, education, entrepreneurism, health care, hospitality, law enforcement, legal, municipal and nonprofit.
Timothy Garrison awaits a presidential nomination and Senate approval.
Michael Cordonnier succeeds Thomas Mountjoy, who held the position for eight years.
Richard Owensby is wrapping up his cases at the Springfield law firm.
The company joins a growing list of companies rewarding employees after federal changes.
Springfield nonprofit allegedly paid consultant nearly $1 million for illegal lobbying and political sway.
Dwayne Fulk becomes associate general manager and general counsel of City Utilities.
The shared headquarters of Ransin Injury Law and O’Reilly Hospitality Management LLC is a collaborative effort.
Oklahoma City and Dublin, Ireland, companies allegedly targeted Missourians in schemes, according to the secretary of state’s office.
The health care nonprofit places three on unpaid leave.
Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, communications, education, entertainment, law and nonprofit.
Attorney Britton Jobe is honored among three other finalists.
Lauren Hawkins and Lindsey Lund are the local selections.
Missouri Auditor Nicole Galloway is seeking permission to conduct an independent audit related to the county’s new half-cent general revenue sales tax.
The nonprofit’s truck and trailer are recovered, but it is currently unable to proceed on Woodland Heights projects.
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