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The largest area recipient is Southwest Baptist University.

Springfield Business Journal’s Day in the Life series gives you a glimpse into the world of five of our community’s leaders.

MSU football coach injects passion into new role.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, insurance, media and nonprofit.

Nonprofit Nova Center of the Ozarks Inc. completed a move; DG Market opened in Willard; and Nixa Public Schools’ Aetos Center for the Performing Arts debuted.

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.

Melissa Bledsoe is promoted from interim associate dean.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, energy, health care, innovation and sports.

The funding is part of $30 million in state ARPA allocations.

Bill Thomas is credited with shaping "the landscape of Bears' basketball for nearly three decades."

The district announces six changes designed to "reflect an alignment of operations and academic support with the district’s newly adopted strategic plan."

Chris Bauman cites a desire to spend more time with family.

Danielle Kincaid is tapped to succeed Denise Fredrick, who did not run for reelection.

Alex Riddle is the newest leadership hire at university.

Voters also decide on new council and board of education members.

Springfield officials want to reach nearly 1,300 apprentices over three years.

The multimillion-dollar facility is slated for completion later this year.

HealthScripts is slated to start in the coming months.

The scores have been tabulated for Springfield Business Journal’s 2023 Dynamic Dozen, recognizing the 12 fastest-growing companies in the Ozarks.

MSU's Jon Turner: "The key question is, why have we gotten to a point in Missouri education where it is necessary for schools to go to a four-day week to attract and retain high-quality teachers in our classrooms?"

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