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Donors name Drury building after university VP

Alumni John and Crystal Beuerlein choose Judy Thompson as the namesake for a conference center.

Officials hope improvements at the Lake Country Soccer complex will make it a sports destination.

Builders predict costs will remain elevated well into 2021.

Two municipal buildings are going up on a nearly 5-acre parcel near the U.S. Highway 65 and Industrial Park Drive interchange in Hollister.

Garrett Tyson has past experience with the city of Republic.

Aquarium at the Boardwalk debuts after nearly two years of construction work.

Snyder Construction Group is general contractor for the project.

Work on two road crossings is in motion on way to connecting Springfield and Ozark.

Community college still seeks $5 million in state funding for project.

Legacy Bank & Trust is building a four-story headquarters on the east side, where Meek’s Lumber Co. once operated.

The company bid $6.4 million for magnet school project.

The Bass Pro division is making 300 hires as part of the expansion.

Snyder Construction Group submits the lowest bid.

The restaurant in shipping containers had been delayed due to COVID-19 and a leaky roof.

Officials discuss the survey results.

The expansion adds 23,000 square feet to the laboratory school.

Jenkins Diesel Power Inc. is rebranding to Jenkins Truck Center and relocating with a new building on the city’s west side.

The third-generation, family-owned business is building on the city’s west side.

The $40 million academic building will bear the name of Robert W. Plaster.

Gov. Parson is among officials set to attend Thursday’s ceremony.

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