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Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses K-12 public education with area superintendents.

The National Center for Education Statistics reported that in fall 2019, the most recent period for which private school enrollment data is available, about 4.7 million students, roughly 9%, in kindergarten through grade 12 were enrolled in private schools, a figure mostly unchanged since 2009.

Reporter Mike Cullinan brings you workforce, new business and medical marijuana coverage and analysis.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, health care and tourism.

A ceremony follows Brad Johnson's hiring this summer.

Where the Wild Things Play is set to debut Oct. 9.

Ginger Gooch is being considered for a seat in the Missouri Court of Appeals, Southern District.

Inquiries from restaurants to find chefs and cooks come in constantly to local culinary arts programs, officials say, reflecting a challenge for the food service industry that’s existed since the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.

In Springfield, The Connecting Grounds, a church that provides outreach to people who do not have stable shelter, has conducted its own hidden workforce study.

It's the second round of funding in the partnership involving multiple organizations.

Springfield Business Journal continues its tradition of honoring health care professionals in the area during November’s Health Care Champions awards event.

Erick Roberts is promoted to the role after more than 20 years with the municipality.

The positions were left vacant by two resignations in the past month.

The Bass Pro founder is worth an estimated $7.8 billion, according to list of richest Americans.

Other metro areas in the state mostly follow suit.

The funding goes toward theological training at the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.

Brent Sager and Deana Wolfe are recognized for industry achievements.

Newsmakers in the areas of architecture, banking & finance, law, nonprofit and tourism.

A state law that went into effect Aug. 28 renders moot several portions of Springfield city code covering home-based businesses, including restrictions on short-term rentals.

Advanced Concrete and Donco 3 aim to fill workforce gap.

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