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College’s airframe and powerplant program plans 2025 debut.

The university is named a Designated University Center by U.S. Economic Development Administration.

Organizers say an interstitial report paves the way for 20th anniversary study in 2024.

The funding goes toward addressing a teacher shortage in Monett.

Daniel Ogunyemi accepts a position at the Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences at William & Mary.

The facility will be used for the community college's new airframe and powerplant program.

The actor and alumnus is recognized for his work on a recent university capital campaign.

The Phase II renovation of Blunt Hall is among the projects.

The Sunderland Foundation makes investment through university’s Fortify the Future campaign.

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The host of “The NFL Today” on CBS is the latest in a lineup of national personalities for its semiannual convocation series.

Purchase of four houses squares off Reed Academy site’s footprint and provides space for expanded parking and water detention, official says.

Awards will fund research on goat meat consumption and grape breeding.

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SBJ interviews the founder and director of Firefly Nature School LLC and School of the Wild.

A study by research firm Technavio predicts a nearly 10% annual growth rate for the private tutoring industry in the United States between 2023 and 2027.

Deborah Archer is presenting on the topic of "Defending Civil Liberties and Civil Rights in a Divided Nation."

The number of students at the Springfield campus grows 3.9% year over year.

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With state funding in hand, council considers single bid for bridge repairs

A single bid was received by the city of Springfield for repairs and renovations to the historic Jefferson Avenue Footbridge, a landmark structure spanning 13 tracks of rail yard just north of Commercial Street.

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