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Innovate SOMO Funds targets southern Missouri counties.

Springfield Business Journal’s annual Day in the Life feature is back, this time taking you into the day of a health care leader, school district superintendent and brewery owner.

The Baptist Bible Fellowship International is wrapping up a 30-acre development on the west side.

Farms are under pressure, and the outlook from the University of Missouri Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute projects further declines in farm income and higher costs for producers.

Missouri State University’s science building, built in 1971 and formerly called Temple Hall, is being reconstructed and updated.

Melissa Bledsoe has led the college on an interim basis since last summer.

Innovate SOMO Funds aims to invest in startups and has support from the likes of the Efactory and the Hatch Foundation in Springfield.

Algerian Hart is the ninth member of the board.

Mark Miller, spokesperson for OTC since 2014, is taking on the role at the nonprofit this summer.

Amy Townsend is succeeding Amy Wutke as president of Cox College this summer.

Roy Holand, former state legislator: "For those citizens bold enough to offer public comments, a more respectful and informational exchange could occur with the BOE adoption of the hearing policy used by the local city council and state legislature."

Connected to Watkins Elementary School is a new storm shelter now under construction.

The Clifton M. Smart III Advancement Center is expected to be completed in summer 2026.

The 4-3 votes came amid a discussion about division on the district’s governing board.

Industry leaders share cybersecurity concerns.

Both city of Springfield ballot measures are approved at the polls.

Newsmakers in the areas of athletics, banking & finance, chambers of commerce, health care, information technology, marketing, nonprofit and transportation.

Read the profiles of this year's honorees.

Both city of Springfield ballot measures are approved at the polls.

University officials say they are responding to FAFSA delays.

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