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Pinnacle Award winner Mary Collette is among the honorees of the upcoming Toast to Tourism event.

They range in industry from publishing and architecture to hospitality and banking and finance.

 Ozarks Lunkers GM readies for football team’s inaugural season.

Newsmakers in the areas of cannabis, education, health care, human resources, manufacturing, marketing, nonprofit and real estate.

Dustin Ross is tapped to lead Whitetail Properties Real Estate's waterfront homes, luxury homes and country homes market segments.

Eric Olson takes a leadership role with Arkansas Business Publishing Group.

Jeff Frederick brings nearly two decades in academia to the role.

Matthew Hamner and Philip Fuhrman are appointed by the governor.

Ryan Skopec as Parkview Health Care Facility administrator is among a trio of promotions.

 The Alliance for Healthcare Education, formed last year by CoxHealth, Missouri State University, Ozarks Technical Community College and Springfield Public Schools, has appointed its first executive director.

Ashley Wells takes the helm as David Burnett retires.

Organizers call upstart Ozarks Film Foundry a filmmaker incubator and film industry accelerator.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, media and recreation.

City aims to solve vacancy problem with new incentives.

Tyler Moles is promoted to succeed Rob Blevins at the Springfield nonprofit.

SBDC speaker identifies regional identity and workforce as key factors to development.

Richard “Biff” Williams starts this summer after working a decade at Utah Tech University.

SBJ interviews the vice president and general manager of the Springfield Cardinals.

Tournament hosts say nationally televised PBA event puts area bowling on the map.

Robert Hedgecorth is hired as executive director of finance and business operations.

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