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City an early adopter of the NFL deal.

Jack Stack began a six-month term as interim dean of the Drury University Breech School of Business Administration on Jan. 1

The section from Republic Road south to Weaver becomes available to drivers this evening.

Springfield Business Journal’s 2024 class of 40 Under 40 represents 40 accomplished and still-rising professionals in southwest Missouri.

Conklin Co., Missouri Association of Manufacturers and Missouri Beta Convention events are on the calendar this month.

Executive Editor Christine Temple discusses economic development with local executives.

People Centric Consulting Group owner Don Harkey: "Treat your people like they will be successful, and most will be. It’s too hard to truly develop a workforce if you dislike the people you are developing."

SBJ interviews the owner of Thessing Commercial Properties LLC.

Republic city officials say it’s an active time for municipal projects – particularly with the Parks and Recreation Department on the verge of ending one development this year with two more in various stages of progress.

A new nonprofit is in the works to guide efforts toward regionalism in southwest Missouri.

In a transcript provided by his office, Gov. Mike Parson touts successes during his tenure.

The city's Board of Aldermen is hosting a series of special meetings designed to support business growth.

Organization announces election of president, vice president, secretary and treasurer.

SBJ interviews the city administrator of Branson.

Unanimous decision on both schools follows impassioned community comments.

New CEO Pamela Yancey shares her first-year goal at SBJ’s 12 People You Need to Know live interview.

Officials discuss the addition of non-native plans during a weekend meeting. 

The future of two schools is expected to be decided by the Springfield Public Schools Board of Education on Jan. 16.

The process of annexing land into Springfield city limits may soon look very different if legislation proposed by Missouri Sen. Curtis Trent, R-Springfield, is adopted by the state General Assembly.

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