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Alicia Allen joins the local health care system from Carle Health in Illinois.
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As continued rumblings of an economic downturn are amplified by news of bank failures, businesses large and small may find themselves scrutinizing their operating budgets for any opportunity to save. There is one resource these executives may be overlooking in their cost-cutting measures: business services provided by the Springfield-Greene County Library District.
Every day, 10,000 Americans turn 65, according to data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and local developers are betting on some of them looking for new living spaces.
Melissa Bledsoe is promoted from interim associate dean.
The Queen City scores best in pollution category.
Nonfarm payroll ranks rise by 2,300 jobs, according to Missouri Economic Research and Information Center.
Company president says Kansas City market is first step.
Officials have worked in recent years to secure grant funding for a Compton Drive Wastewater Treatment Plant flood wall.
Two days after this month’s election decided the mayor and three council seats, members of Springfield City Council took in a ballgame at Hammons Field.
With a combined 90 years of work in the radio industry, longtime friends and former co-workers Malcolm Hukriede and Dan O’Day figured they had a memory or two they could impart in a book about their field.
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Some workers may be reticent when it comes to discussing their compensation. Pay feels like a private matter – one, like decisions made within a voting booth, that no polite person would ask about.
The district announces six changes designed to "reflect an alignment of operations and academic support with the district’s newly adopted strategic plan."
Three are promoted to director-level roles, and two hires are made.
Chris Bauman cites a desire to spend more time with family.
The iTooth Family Dentistry facility under development in south Springfield is centered on patient care.