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SPS inducts 4 into Hall of Fame

The district honors alums who went on to become a nonprofit leader, doctor, teacher and NASA engineer.

Amanda Hedgpeth succeeds the retiring Karen Kramer.

The businesses run the gamut in industry from locksmith services, accounting and pharmaceutical sales to business advocacy, pool contracting and trucking.

Chris Tuckness became executive director this month.

Dr. Garima Singh speaks for SBJ's 12 People interview series.

Are employees more productive when working from home? The answer to that question seems to depend on who’s asked.

Michael Calhoun will succeed the retiring Gary Fulbright in January 2022.

Organizers behind a new program designed to leverage innovation and entrepreneurship in southwest Missouri want more participants to take advantage of free services funded through a $250,000 state grant.

The former Health Department director earns the Government Excellence Award, and Bronze Bear recipient is announced, as well.

The Greene County clerk also is elected president of the Missouri Association of County Clerks and Election Authorities.

A section of South Avenue will serve as a potential vision of Springfield’s future.

Melanie Stinnett seeks the District 133 seat.

Curia puts offers out at jobs event with plans to boost workforce by end of 2022.

Missouri State’s board will consider providing free rent, utilities and furnishings to Springfield Daily Citizen. 

SBJ survey data is used to analyze the flow of money.

SBJ interviews the owner of Donelan Law LLC.

Rinda Davis most recently was nurse coordinator for the agency’s Nest Partnership.

SBJ Executive Editor Christine Temple responds to plans for the Springfield Daily Citizen.

Michael Calhoun, a 22-year employee of the health care system, is succeeding the retiring Gary Fulbright.

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