His visitation and funeral are scheduled next week.
Chrysler officials realign its brands in Springfield, and Youngblood Auto opens in Ozark.
An estimated 53,000 people attend to view 451 classic cars.
The governing body tables a bill that calls on streetscape improvements and other initiatives.
The legislation has bipartisan support from Missouri politicians.
The 12-year-old rental business has a new formula for expanding across state lines.
Stan Dobbins seeks funding mechanisms to put the city and its infrastructure projects back on track.
Opposition to Greene County’s Kansas Expressway extension cites traffic and environmental flaws.
In a second career, Jack and Donna Ewing join a mobile shaved ice franchise.
The mayor visits Jefferson City to speak about funding recommendations.
New overall restaurant branding to be “Springfield specific.”
A dozen Springfield restaurants initially are signed up to offer the delivery service.
Four officials buy and sell tens of thousands of shares to collectively net millions.
Columnist Phill Brooks addresses the rate race on Missouri’s highways and provides suggestions from Europe.
The county’s engineers will now start designing the south-side project.
John Youngblood is taking the Dodge, Ram, Chrysler and Jeep brands to Ozark.
Officials present the biennial report before a crowd at the Springfield Art Museum.
White River Marine Group plans to hire 130 workers within the first year of operation.
Economic, education and workforce development efforts are top of mind.
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